One of the things that you can do if you want to get better at Kindle publishing is read some book on doing it well. The problem is that there are lots of books out there about this topic and it can be difficult to know which ones are worth reading. That’s why we have come up with five of the best books on Kindle formatting that you can learn from. For reference, the information in this article was largely drawn from Reedsy’s series on formatting a book
Successful Self-Publishing: How to self-publish and market your book in ebook and print
This book is written by someone that has experience publishing both fiction and nonfiction and has been able to carve out a little niche for themselves and make money from publishing on Kindle and using the print on demand formula. Some of the information is a little outdated, because of the recent Amazon updates, but most of it is extremely valuable.
The Kindle Publishing Bible: How To Sell More Kindle Ebooks on Amazon
Another great book to read if you are interested in publishing with Amazon Kindle is the Kindle Publishing Bible. Basically, this is a comprehensive guide Amazon Kindle that takes you through the entire self-publishing process and shows you all of the different features that the platform offers. This is probably the most comprehensive guide on Amazon Kindle available today.
KINDLE PUBLISHING – A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO WRITE, EDIT, FORMAT, PUBLISH & MARKET FOR NO $$$
You might also get some use from this book, which is geared towards the author that is trying to self-publish without spending any money. While spending money can definitely be useful if you have some extra, you do not have to spend money to self-publish if you do the work yourself. This guide will walk you through every step of that process and show you exactly how to write your book, how to edit it yourself, how to format it and come up with a book cover and then publish and market your book without spending a single dime.
Let’s Get Digital: How to Self-Publish, And Why You Should
This is another terrific book that has the distinction of being updated with the latest Amazon information and really goes into detail when it comes to digital publishing. You will learn a great deal about Amazon Kindle publishing platform with this book, but you also learn about all of the other platforms out there and how you can use them for self-publishing as well. If you run into any issues with losing your book files, hit up On Site in 60, an Emergency Data Recovery company.
Self-Publishing on Amazon 2019: No publisher? No Agent? No Problem!
Self-publishing has never been more prevalent than it is today, and this book shows you exactly how you can avoid the traditional writing route where you go out and get an agent and then look for a publisher, thus allowing you to keep all of the royalties that you make for yourself. This is a really useful book on self-publishing, but it concentrates mostly on publishing with the Kindle platform and if you want to go with Nook or Smashwords, you may have to look that information up separately.