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Video – Publishing an eBook

If you are considering publishing an eBook as an independent author, this video demonstrates how to do this. I walk through the publishing of one of my books on http://kdp.amazon.com You may find my other independent publishing articles and videos helpful as well. If this video was a value to you, please share it!   […]

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eBook Publishing for the Inde Author

eBook publishing is a cinch with Amazon’s KDP. Before I go into the KDP option, let me share why I prefer KDP over other services available to independent authors. Many publishing companies are charging authors insane fees to make their books available in ebook format. They often set the book at a high price, but […]

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Video – Publishing on CreateSpace

This video is a follow-up to the article on Independent Publishing with Amazon.  Please also view my video on creating an ebook with KDP – Kindle Direct Publishing. If you find this video helpful, please share.   Creating a book with CreateSpace Related posts: eBook Publishing for the Inde Author Video – Publishing an eBook […]

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Search and Replace – a useful editing tool

There are times when a large document, such as a manuscript, needs a massive search and replace. For example, if you’re editing a manuscript and the author has used two spaces after a period instead of the industry standard of one, how do you fix the issue? Or if you need to remove something with […]

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Fire at Will, but aim for his funny bone!

Using Humor in Writing Everyone likes a little humor in writing. A chuckle can break the tension and give the reader a mind break. It’s one of those emotions that snap us out of a dull state of mind, energizes us, and opens the door to a positive reading experience – including ones that introduce […]

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