Publish on Amazon Kindle with Kindle Direct Publishing

A free guide to publishing your book on Kindle with Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). KDP is a fast and easy self-publishing tool that lets anyone upload and format their titles for sale in the Kindle Store.

It’s Your Thing.
Have a book you want to sell? Sign up with Kindle Direct Publishing and publish your content in the Amazon Kindle Store.

Do It.
If you have an Amazon.com account, you’re already signed up with Kindle Direct Publishing. Start publishing now!

Your Way.
Kindle Direct Publishing gives you everything you need to become your own publisher today. See for yourself.

Visit us at kdp.amazon.comA free guide to publishing your book on Kindle with Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). KDP is a fast and easy self-publishing tool that lets anyone upload and format their titles for sale in the Kindle Store.

It’s Your Thing.
Have a book you want to sell? Sign up with Kindle Direct Publishing and publish your content in the Amazon Kindle Store.

Do It.
If you have an Amazon.com account, you’re already signed up with Kindle Direct Publishing. Start publishing now!

Your Way.
Kindle Direct Publishing gives you everything you need to become your own publisher today. See for yourself.

Visit us at kdp.amazon.com

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3 Responses to Publish on Amazon Kindle with Kindle Direct Publishing

  1. Dr. Bojan Tunguz

    Bare Bones Introduction to Publishing Books on Amazon Kindle has been a revolutionary device when it comes to reading books. However, it is also, albeit more slowly, changing the way that books are published. Thanks to the zero cost of publishing electronic books almost anyone who has something to write about can now write a book of their own. The only aspects of the publishing process that still need to be outsourced are the access to a distribution network and a way to collect payment for the books that are sold. Fortunately, the Kindle Store provides a way of elegantly and effectively solving both of those issues, and this very short documents explains how this can be accomplished. This document is more of a step-by-step easy to understand and follow how-to guide rather than a full-fledged introduction to publishing with on Kindle store. Most of the material could be figured out just by going to Amazon’s website, but it’s useful to have it in a self-contained and accessible form. There are a few points that I think are important to keep in mind if you are interested in publishing on Amazon:* Your book needs to be in an HTML format. This may exclude some more complex and technical works that are not easily converted into HTML.* If you are only publishing your book in online Amazon Kindle store you will not get and ISBN, which may or may not be an issue when you try to promote your book.* Your book will be subjected to Amazon’s internal review, so publication is not automatic.* Amazon will take either 30% or 65% royalty cut, depending on the size of your book and the price that you charge for it.* If you are publishing your book from outside of the US Amazon will also withhold about 30% of all royalty payments for tax purposes.As I mentioned already, this is just the barest-bones introduction to publishing in Kindle Store. For more elaborate explanation and tips on how to publish your books this way you may need to look elsewhere. There are a few books out there that deal with this and if you are serious about publishing books directly to Kindle I would recommend taking a look at one of these other publications.

  2. Joan A. Adamak "Joan Adamak, Author and Book...

    Great Kindle publication info I have published an e-book on Kindle through Amazon, and although I had tried another e-book publishing company, it is much easier to publish on Amazon Kindle and this book succinctly takes you through all of the steps in a simple and complete manner. I found it invaluable if you are going to publish for Kindle.

  3. Patricia A. Gragg

    Clear, direct, and complete How-to-do-it books come in 3 modes: super technical, sloppy, and helpful.This book is in the third categoary. It has straight forward instructions and explanations.I should know. I spent several years myself writing software manuals.I also just published my first ebook on Amazon.For ebook authors, “Publish” is a must.Thanks for making it so easy, Amazon.

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