Amazon's poorly documented print pricing rules underscore an ongoing problem with the corporate giant's policies.
One of the highlights of my day is learning something useful from the indie author community, and passing that along to other authors. With that in mind, here are seven of my favorite tips that permanently changed the way I publish on Amazon's KDP.
Have you been a victim of piracy on KDP? Amazon may compensate you for the infringement, but only if you follow these steps.
KDP and Audible offer new features, and StreetLib expands to the Middle East and South Asia following its plans for Africa.
Your ebook's size can take a bite out of your royalties. Are you wasting money on ebook delivery fees?
Are you making the most of Amazon's Author Central facility in all its territories to raise your author profile and draw attention to your self-published books around the world? Here's a quick guide and some food for thought from Debbie Young.
Want to sell more paperbacks around the world? Then make sure you self-publish them via both IngramSpark and KDPPrint - this post will tell you why and how.
Amazon's share price took a plunge but what exactly does this mean for indie authors? Amazon also seems to have been removing authors' titles seemingly at random.
Publishdrive offers a new subscription service for authors to replace a flat royalty rate. KDP offers ebooks in five new Indian languages, and this year's Futurebook shortlist is announced.