If you are an author planning on publishing your book yourself with Kindle or who would like to know more about the process so that you can work more effectively with the person formatting your book.. then this series is for you. Harmony Kent works with authors and is very experienced in using this software. This is part 15 but the other posts are linked to. Well worth bookmarking.
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Hello SErs. Harmony here. As promised, here is part fifteen in the post series dedicated to taking a step-by-step look at how to get your finished manuscript from your computer and on sale on Amazon in both ebook and paperback.
If you’d like to take a look back at the previous posts in this series, please click on the links at the end of this post.
So, here’s Part Fourteen: How to format your book descriptions for eBook and Paperback.
From your KDP dashboard, click on ‘Edit Paperback details’ for your print book, and ‘edit eBook details’ for your Kindle book, if you’re not in the relevant screen already.
The eBook section couldn’t be easier. Just type in your book description as you want it to appear on the sales page, and you’re good to go.
Unfortunately, the paperback section is a whole other story (see…
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