The following is something I wrote in 2011, before my first novel had become a New York Times ebook bestseller in March of that year. It stands as an example of how ebooks completely changed opportunities for authors who chose to go indie rather than wait for the traditional publishing Read more…
If you’re going to take the indie author route, it’s essential to understand your rights under Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) contract.
When you self-publish your work through KDP, you are signing a contract with Amazon.
As an indie author, I’m a long-time believer in publishing on more than one platform. I’m not only an indie author, but also a strong supporter of indie bookstores. And I own both a Kindle and Kobo ereader (see above).
I’ll explain further in this week’s vlog (below the virtual fold):