In the August 19th, 2013 Kindle Direct Publishing newsletter, Amazon made a casual mention about Kindle Worlds. Since this was a new tool I had never heard of (and I was about to do an Amazon workshop), of course I had to find out more.
To put it bluntly, Kindle Worlds is a place for writers to create Fanfiction that Amazon will then publish and promote to their Kindle machines. Here is a quote directly from their site:
“Kindle Worlds is a publication submission platform where you choose … Read More →
Are you a published writer or a writer in limbo “waiting for the call”? Whether you are a writer that has a book in hand or a book on your computer, you need to start thinking about optimizing your writer’s blog at once. The unspoken truth behind publishing is that most writers don’t make a lot of money on their first book or their first few books. They’re lucky if they get $1,000 as an advance. For the writer in limbo, or the writer that’s hoping to make a career of their ORRead More →
Okay, let me first start by saying this: If you are not using WordPress for your website/blog, then this post is NOT for you. If you do have WordPress or if you are thinking about switching to WordPress, then YOU MUST READ THIS POST.