Has anyone written and E-book for Barnes and Noble/Nook or Amazon/ Kindle?
And also have had success with it....
I made a Kindle version of my book which is also in paperback. Both are on Amazon, although the paperback is also on B&N. Sales are nothing great, but I do make a little more money from the Kindle version. It sells for less than the paperback, which is probably why people tend to buy more for Kindle.
have done several kindle books, also Lulu and Createspace. Not going to quit anytime soon.
Selling 3-4 a week right now.. My philosophy: Create a thousand books and sell one a day! You can write a kindle book in a weekend.
Looking at the appalling English in the title, I presume those here write at the Mills & Boone level. One does not DO writing. One writes.
Glenn congrats on being an author..Maybe I will be someday. Do you mind If I ask what your Kindle version sells for?
My Kindle version sells for $4.99. Even though it sells better than the paperback version, I'll tell you something -- more money can be made from writing online, such as HP. At least that's my experience. You get search traffic to your hubs. But actual books (either e-book or physical) needs to be promoted by the author or publisher. It's much harder to archive success with books.
Smahwords and Booktango are the two sites where I have several eBooks, nothing on paperback, but I do get regular sales from both sites.
Our very own Hubber Shadesbreath (John Daulton) has two novels published now, both of which are selling really highly on Amazon. The first one he wrote is called 'The Galactic Mage' and can be found here:
http://www.amazon.com/The-Galactic-Mage … actic+Mage
It has a four and a half star rating with over 147 customer reviews and 90 likes on Facebook.
The sequal 'Rift in the Races' also has a four and a half star rating with 25 customer reviews and 3 Facebook likes (it was only recently published). This book can be found here:
http://www.amazon.com/Rift-Races-Volume … t_ep_dpt_1
by Rod Martin Jr 4 years ago
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by Carolee Samuda 8 years ago
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by Anne Harrison 3 years ago
When using Amazon, do you get the best results from posting a kindle or a paperback/hard copy?
by Black Lilly 9 years ago
Looks like most of hubbers live in the US - anyone from UK or elsewhere?
by Mary Hyatt 7 years ago
I notice some Hubbers who have been here a lot longer than I have will make note at the bottom of the new Hub: "Other Hubs by _____________", and they give a link to some of their other Hubs. Is that OK to do??? I can only assume it's OK, otherwise they wouldn't do it.
by Jenny Pugh 6 years ago
Why are many hubbers earn in HubPages and some don't?Is it common in HubPages not to earn a cent even if a writer is already more than a year here and had written more than a hundred hubs in which 50 of these are consistently featured?
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