Future authors of the world: we are here to share with you what eBook publishers are saying about the art of eBook creation!
How to Publish Your Own Book in 2012: Geek is chic and apparently so is publishing an eBook. This shortlist offers up the most useful such as BookBrewer and Lulu, available to those eager to make waves in the eBook market.
How to Publish a Children’s eBook: Looking to unearth the world of children’s books? This blog post walks you through various ways to break in with tips on how to design an eBook, interactive/animated app or audiobook.
The Ultimate Guide to Publishing Your eBook on Amazon’s Kindle: Paul Jun is recently back “from the fiery abyss of writing [his] first eBook,” and he has lived to tell about it. For the 411 on the Amazon’s Kindle platform, Jun lays out the how to in a thorough 7-step process.
How to Publish an eBook, Step by Step: PCWorld’s Christopher Null guides aspiring eBook publishers through the ins and outs of understanding ePublishing, from creating covers, to setting prices to deciphering ISBNs and knowing your rights and any other question Google can’t answer.
5 eBook Publishing Hurdles, and How to Beat Them: This useful piece highlights common eBook mishaps and prepares future authors for the challenging journey ahead.
Self-Publishing a Book: 25 Things You Need to Know: Another useful guide by CNET’s Executive Editor David Carnoy. These 25 tidbits will prepare writers with the behind scene scoop on the eBook lowdown, such as the art of creating a “professional eBook” and the ISBN breakdown.
Upload Once, Reach Millions: For those looking to publish across multiple devices, for free, this organized guide walks you through the basics, such as design, marketing and book promotion.
Become an independent author and embrace the freedoms of the 21st century – eBook publishing has never been easier. Have your own tips regarding eBook publication or have a specific question for a Bon team member? Shoot us a comment below!
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