If you have published an eBook on Amazon and your book has a Table of Contents, you may wish to read the following article by David Gaughran
Amazon is an extremely innovative company – and usually quite responsive to self-publisher’s concerns – but sometimes it gets things very wrong too.
Today is one of those times.
I’ve received several reports from writers threatened with having books removed from sale, and heard even more worrying stories from others who had their titles actually removed from the Kindle Store without notice. To read more of David Gaughran's article, click here
Mystery Writer James Moushon again brings to life Jonathon Stone, an undercover CIA agent assigned to the off the books CIA division – DOT.
Jonathon Stone, a CIA
Agent-At-Large, continues his adventures in a 6-pack of ops loaded with mystery
As usual, Stone is right in the
middle of the action. As the mysteries unfold, Stone uses his wealth of
knowledge and keen analytical mind to complete his dangerous assignments, while
at the same time battling his love for gambling and drinking and the ladies. Mystery Writer James Moushon
again brings to life Jonathon Stone, an undercover CIA agent assigned to the
off the books CIA division – DOT. Available on Amazon
you plan to self-publish your book rather than go down the traditional
publishing path, you will need to give some thought to marketing. Without it,
your prospective “best seller” could languish on the shelf forever. This is
because your potential readers can’t find it.
course, there are many writers who loath the thought of having to put on this
extra hat because, let’s face it, it’s time consuming and depending on where
you advertise, it can be expensive.
said that, if you’re willing to set aside a bit of time, you’ll find that there
is advertising available out there to suit most budgets.