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Better Descriptions on Amazon

When folks buy books online, the description is one of the major factors that gets them interested in a book. Want to write better descriptions? Check out How Writers Can Optimize Their Book’s Description On Amazon Catherine Kane 5/18/17 For … Continue reading

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Book Lover or Ereader Lover- Can The Two Meet?

Amazon wants to build a Kindle for people who like physical books Amazon’s Quixotic Quest Catherine Kane 9/22/16 For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, “Manifesting Something … Continue reading

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Amazon and Indies: New Policies

Amazon is changing some of their rules about tables of contents and this may affect indie authors. Want to know more? Read Amazon Quality Control and Table of Contents (TOC): Everything you Need to Know Catherine Kane 8/2/16 For more information … Continue reading

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One Scary Opinion on the Future of Publishing

When you write books, especially if you publish them yourself, it’s good to keep up with trends in the publishing world. Here’s one kinda scary view on that Amazon: A Cheetah Hunting Gazelles (Publishers) Be aware, but also be aware … Continue reading

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Better Links To Amazon

Want people to find your book on Amazon? You’ll need to post a link, so people can get there… but there’s some things you should know about these links to make them work even harder for you. Observe… How Writers … Continue reading

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A New Approach to Fan Fiction

Fan fiction has been part of storytelling for a long time. It’s where people who love a certain character, world or story write new tales using those familiar elements. There’s many folks doing it and an active international fan fiction community, but it’s always worked at a legal disadvantage. Since the writers don’t own the rights to those characters, worlds or stories, there has always been the risk of legal consequences for appropriating what they love.

And now, Amazon is developing a way to change that… Continue reading

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It’s a New Adventure

And so, I’m on my next learning experience. I’m learning how to turn my books into ebooks so I can publish them on Amazon. Continue reading

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Learning Curve Continued

Got together with my good friend Morgan Daimler this weekend, and she walked me through the steps of turning one of my books into an ebook for Kindle…. Continue reading

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Current Trends In E-Books

What’s the latest on sources for e-books?… Continue reading

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