How to Publish an Ebook to Amazon

How to Publish an Ebook to Amazon

How to publish an ebook to Amazon Kindle step by step. http://glen-andrews.com.

http://www.amazopia.com – Here I look at a PDF ebook on the Kindle 4.

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15 Responses to How to Publish an Ebook to Amazon

  1. Francisc Nona says:

    Awesome video. Pretty thorough. I was just thinking: wouldn’t I be able to
    do most of the Scrivener editing in Microsoft Word? I’ve heard very good
    things about Scrivener, but I’m thinking why not do it with tools I already
    have. So if I’m using Word, will I encounter any problems at the later
    stages of the process??

  2. thibault sarlat says:

    Awesome video. Pretty thorough. I was just thinking: wouldn’t I be able to
    do most of the Scrivener editing in Microsoft Word? I’ve heard very good
    things about Scrivener, but I’m thinking why not do it with tools I already
    have. So if I’m using Word, will I encounter any problems at the later
    stages of the process??

  3. Harshad Soman says:

    I was looking at buying a Kindle for my pdfs – the computer is kinda
    inconvenient to keep looking at all the time and my iPhone 5s, too small! I
    guess a tablet will be a better option! ?

  4. Julia Manzerova says:

    very useful review?

  5. splinadero says:

    Actually I just checked out a friends kindle! If you flip 90 degress the
    size is ok for most of my pdfs!!! you just have to turn 3 times to see one
    page!

  6. Vali S says:

    Let us know how the dictionary works with the PDF document words… NOT :)
    Try the Sonys for a change

  7. dimitar1901 says:

    Thanks! I just tried and it works very nicely! It also handled non-OCR-ed
    documents!

  8. Dana Aerys says:

    you get what you pay for i guess.

  9. nirvgorilla says:

    @Amaguqas Paid not payed–it is never spelled that way. You need a check-up
    from the neck-up.™

  10. Amaguqas says:

    @amazopia 3:22 Are you payed by amazon? How can you say it’s not that big
    of a deal to have to re-align the page every time your turn the page.
    Somehow after 200 times doing it I think even the most patient of people
    would start to find it annoying.

  11. nervouss says:

    What is the best reader for viewing PDFs? I have 6 1000 page pdf documents
    I need to read and the kindle just doesn’t cut it too small and the
    diagrams are unreadable. any suggestions?

  12. kaflavik101 says:

    If you’re mainly going to read PDF files, don’t bother with this kindle!
    even my best quality PDF’s aren’t showing properly on the kindle, it only
    gives you 4 zooming options, and off course when you increase the zoom to
    150%, the page size exceeds the screen size, very frustrating. conversions
    don’t work! especially if you have books with images. some conversions
    simply converted my PDF into image files, which made it worse. Overall, the
    kindle is a total waste of time and money for PDF, shame

  13. stuart bray says:

    @wtzftw You can get loads of free books for the Kindle, which are all
    Gutenberg/out of copyright. I would just go straight to the Project
    Guternberg site and download them there, in Kindle, HTML/TXT or PDF. I may
    buy a kindle just to conveniently store and read all these free books
    without killing my eyes an recharging a laptop or tablet.

  14. likea whispr says:

    Down right horrible. Even my 1st generation iPad handles every kind of PDF
    I can imagine. Word docs, InDesign, Photoshop, etc., files converted to PDF
    run not only well, but look GREAT… doesn’t matter if there’s text,
    photos, or a mixture of the two, everything works like it should. I can
    scan work into PDF and upload it or email it to the pad. I WANTED to get
    several Kindles for family, but this whole crummy PDF performance issue is
    just 3 degrees past stupid in 2012. Wake up Amazon.

  15. forgewire says:

    Thanks guys for review and comments. I was going to buy a new Kindle
    Paperwhite for pdf reading, but I can see it is not much better than my
    first Sony ereader. . I’m going to stick with my iPad now.

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