I’ve read a lot of updates from people who were disappointed with Amazon Prime Day… and in my own opinion, many of those people missed the point. (Devil’s advocate post coming…) The one thing everyone had in common with their issues… they relied on what […]
As I procrastinated to write this post (frankly I’m a little burned out from completing my personal Kindle-book-a-week challenge that ended just after Christmas) and enjoyed some rest over the holidays, I had a little time for reflection. Overall 2013 was a great year. Way […]
Recently someone I highly respect in the publishing industry posted an article about how to strategically use Amazon Associates affiliate links in your Kindle books to drive more sales and get a little more kick-back from Amazon’s affiliate program. I had heard this was against […]
The news just started hitting the web... it looks like Amazon has discontinued its not-as-popular-as-Nook Kindle Touch and rumor has it all the E Ink readers are in danger of being discontinued as theFire 2 is released. The big question is, what does this mean for authors and Kindle formatting?
The publishing industry was just thrown another curve ball, and no, it’s not a hoax. (Click here to read the original article.) What’s interesting is how this article only lists “Stephen King” as an example author read on Kindle. 95% of eBooks read on Kindle […]
Welcome to the first “Book Buster” post. The place where I call out unethical or misleading promotions, activities and information in business practices and the publishing industry, so hopefully you won’t fall into “easy button” traps. I got this promotion for a webinar in my […]