It can be done, Kathleen. I personally don't know how, because I haven't published my ebook yet, but if you contact hubber, Shadesbreath, aka, novelist John Daulton, he can probably advise you on the process.
Yes, you can publish on both platforms, but you might want to check out Smashwords.com; Smashwords will publish and distribute your ebook in a variety of formats, including Nook, for free; it charges a commission when it sells a book for you. It doesn't do Kindle, so you have to publish the Kindle version on Amazon.com yourself, and you can't participate in the Kindle KDP Select program if you're also on Smashwords (the KDP program insists on a period of exclusivity).
Book baby publishes to both nook and kindle, as well as kobo, scribd, itunes and a whole bunch of other distributors. It has up front costs, but it has a pretty good reach. I definitely recommend shopping around to see which ebook publisher is best for you.
You can publish your book . If you have the money to pay for the package. It is about seven hundred dollars with Xlibris. There are other publishing companies you can use for less.
To add another platform besides Smashwords, Booktango has given me excellent results. You keep 100% of sales and they distribute to most major ebook distributors and from personal experience, their publishing platform is easier than Smashwords.
You can publish on both. However, you may want to read all of their Terms and Conditions. I know that Kindle has a couple of different ways you can publish with them, and one of them requires an agreement not to publish anywhere else for at least 90 days or 6 months. It's probably the method where you can opt for more royalty on your book.
The "Select" option on Kindle gives you the opportunity to take part in a "lending library" of sorts that allows Amazon prime customers to get free ebooks. There's a fund ebook publishers divvy up based on how many times their ebook is requested.
by Brandon Lobo 6 years ago
Hi everyone I was wondering if at all I write an e-book and I get a proofreader, graphics and cover page designer etc (just want to say no expenses on these things). Is it possible for me to get my book up on Amazon for free? I mean do I have to pay to copyright it or anything or are there any...
by Khal Blogo 6 years ago
Has anybody ever used Smashwords to publish a book?If yes, say a few words about it.
by Mel Carriere 4 years ago
What company do you recommend for publishing an ebook?I'm hoping to publish an ebook soon. My first attempt did not go so well because the company I used was not careful about reproducing my story the way I wrote it. I'm looking for help in this area please.
by Sondra Rochelle 8 months ago
I am struggling with learning about ebook formatting and am wondering, if you have published an ebook, exactly how you format your work. What fonts, allignment, etc. do you use or does it matter? Help and advice will be appreciated.
by CMHypno 6 years ago
Yeah!!!!! Wrote 'The End' a couple of hours after midnight! This project has taken several years, the book has been split in two, a new beginning and end written and a new storyline threaded through it. I'm not sure I would have started, if I'd known all this when I started lol!...
by kayyluh 6 years ago
How to write and publish an e-book?Anyone know how? I've been researching and can't find anything hopefully one of y'all can help me out! Thanks everybody. I'm really interested in writing one and learning how I just need help and a guide on how to do it i'm very confused.
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