I never really gave much thought or paid any attention to book reviews until I started writing seriously. As a fledgling author it is a pleasant feeling when someone comments favourably that they enjoyed your book. It is OK if they say, it isn’t bad but I didn’t like this or that. But it is extremely unpleasant if they say it is a load of rubbish. Continue reading What is a book review?
- Log on to Amazon.com
- Create an account or sign in
- Search for Kindle
- You will see a box on the right of the screen which asks you to click to download software for other hardware such as PC’s.
- Follow the instructions and download. Doesn’t take long.
- Once that is done you can browse the store and search for a specific book or author.
- You will have to enter credit card and address details even if you want to download FREE books.
Amazon have loads of FREE e-books so now you know how you can start to build an e-book library to read at your leisure.
First book complete? – Which way now? – Sound familiar?
What flummoxed me when I researched the options for self-publishing was that the self-publishing outfits themselves expect new kids on the block to have a complete grasp of how the publishing world operates. They say ‘Here are the zillion, all-singing, all-dancing products we produce; this is what it costs; now you choose what you need.’ But the fledgeling authors have no more idea as to what they need (other than help!) than the man in the moon. Now that’s off my chest, what the hell can we do to get started and avoid total disappointment? Continue reading How to get published without financial pain.