Episode 132: How to Self-Publish a Kindle Book

by robbooker on March 13, 2013

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In this very valuable episode, author Rob Booker explains how to self-publish a Kindle book. Rob describes what it means, exactly, to self-publish. He also talks about why self-publishing is a better experience for first-time authors than getting a book produced through a publishing company. During this show Rob highly recommends Guy Kawasaki’s excellent book on self-publishing titled APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur-How to Publish a Book.

Also in this show, Rob talks about a very simple way to go about self-publishing your own paperback book. And he even suggests an idea that’s simpler still: publishing a PDF document of your written work — and selling that document! Rob gives a little crash course on how to market your book, as well. This episode is chock full of resources and great ideas, so if you’re thinking about writing your own trading book, this one’s for you!

Links for this episode:

APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur-How to Publish a Book

Google search: $10 Amazon Kindle template

Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing

Amazon’s CreateSpace.com

99 Designs.com

Shopify.com

Fetch App.com

AWeber.com

TFL365.com

Rob on Twitter: @RobBooker

The Traders Podcast on Twitter: @TradersPodcast

E-mail us! Producer@TradersPodcast.com

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Scott (theecohouse) March 13, 2013 at 9:39 am

Great Episode Guys!!!

I’ve been working on a few ideas for sometime now.
JUST WHAT I WANTED and NEEDED!!!!
This finally shows me how to tie it all together.

Thank you again!

Scott

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Brian Fortin March 13, 2013 at 9:59 am

Me too, thanks!!

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Jerry March 26, 2013 at 11:47 am

The APE book recommendation is tremendous! Very straightforward, and entertaining as well. Thanks for the excellent podcast(s) and an extremely interesting subject.

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Scott (fatbeetrader) May 8, 2013 at 11:57 pm

I just keep coming back to this podcast!!! Amazing!

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