It can touch everyone, especially people who are successful and/or on their way to something great. It can happen at the workplace or at home. It can happen whatever you’re experiencing in your life: the Impostor Syndrome.
Being successful on Amazon can be tricky for a brand-new author. I’ve asked 7 experts to give their best tips on how to nail it like a pro.
You are now ready to self-publish your first book and you’re wondering which online retailer you’re gonna choose. I went with Kindle Direct Publishing, by Amazon. I’m explaining the royalties scheme and KDP Select, for a better understanding of that massive platform.
Do you remember the last time you looked for a book online? You googled it, or you went to an online bookstore and typed the book’s title you were looking for. The title, the author’s name, the keyword you used… they all are part of what we called metadata.
Getting an ISBN seemed like a good idea. After all, this number allows the book to be recognised as such. But did my eBook need the same treatment as a printed book?
If you’re choosing the self-publishing path, writing is not the end of the process, only the beginning. You’re not only an author, you’re also a project manager and have to think of it as a business. Because, yes, your books are part of a business. Today, I’m sharing with you 5 things you don’t really think about when choosing self-publication.