Have you ever considered writing a book or short story?
There are a few other sites who allow you to self-publish, but since Amazon seems to have the corner market on it, I thought I’d post about it. Self-publishing is a real boon to the industry, and it seems like getting published is no longer a worry for most writers.
If you’re thinking about becoming a writer, fiction or non-fiction, consider Amazon for your needs. Many writers swear by them, and they do have the exposure to the marketplace that you need. I haven’t done it myself, but if I do, I’ll be sure to let everyone know.
Amazon’s Kindle has some major advantages as an electronic reading device, so here are some benefits straight from Amazon:
Publish to Kindle
Publish your book for free and reach millions of readers.
Earn royalties of up to 70%. Available for sales to customers
in the U.S., U.K, Germany, and many more countries.
Publish quickly. Easily publish in just minutes and
have your book appear on Amazon sites within two days.
Distribute globally. Publish once and sell worldwide on
Amazon sites. Easily publish your book in multiple languages.
Publish to the Kindle ecosystem. Make your book
available for all Kindle devices and free Kindle reading apps.
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