Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Throughout the week I will share a tip with you. Today I am looking at eBook vs Print.
Both eBooks and Print books have value. With that in mind I do both. The fact is that eBooks while selling for less have the potential of bringing in top dollar. Print books bring in more per book and still carry a large percentage of books sold. But we live in the digital age now and the future would seem to lie with eBooks.
It is for that reason I do both.
Isn’t that difficult?
Not really. Typically, I write my story as a Print book. This means there will be headings, footers, page numbers, and more. Once I have done all the work on the book and published it as a Print book, I am free to create an eBook.
How do you do that?
The old way I did it was to remove all headers/footers. This also involves doing away with page numbers. With KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) the process is easy. Now I have a program called Kindle Create that does a lot of that work automatically. I can usually create an eBook of my Print book within a day.
How much does Kindle Create cost?
You can get Kindle Create for free. Simply download it and start working.
What does it cost to publish Print or eBooks with KDP?
The short answer is that the cost is free.
However, if you don’t want the free ISBN that is self-generated, you will have to buy it outside KDP and then provide the number to KDP. In the case of book covers, you can get a book cover elsewhere (which presumably will cost something) and use it. It must meet KDP standards.
Tip of the Day: Use Kindle Create to enable publishing both Print and eBooks on KDP.
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