Here’s what we discussed on the blogs this week…
I’ve come across a VERY clever Kindle publishing strategy. It may not be for me. Perhaps it’s for you…
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If you’re writing and selling ebooks, you’re confused about pricing. Who isn’t? If the big publishers don’t know how to do it, we can’t either.
Over past few weeks, I’ve received several messages from writers who have trouble following through on their ebook projects.
The biggest challenge for new freelance writers, and for established ones too, is keeping it simple.
Fiction is HOT on the Kindle; it out-sells nonfiction 6 to 1.
You don’t have to sell novels, you can just sell short stories. An online forum member posted that she’d started publishing her short stories on the Kindle platform. In 12 days, she published four stories at $2.99 each, and made $130. Of course, that’s just the start for her. As she creates more, she’ll sell more.
Let’s say you want to stick with NONFICTION however. You need a way of coming up with Kindle ebook ideas which SELL.