Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Amazon's lending options, part of Creating Ebooks for the Kindle.
…In this movie, we'll just take a quick look at the Kindle Book lending option.…This isn't to be confused with the lending library…that is part of Kindle Select or Amazon Prime.…That's a completely different thing.…The lending option allows users to lend the books they've…purchased through the Kindle store to a friend or family member.…The borrower doesn't even need to own a Kindle.…All they need is the Kindle reading app on their device.…Each book may be lent once for a duration of 14…days, and it's not available by the lender during the loan period.…
Although, after that time, of course, it…reverts back to availability in the lender's library.…All KDP titles are enrolled in lending by default.…This being an option for you basically boils down to which…royalty option you chose when you decide to publish your book.…There are two options.…There's the 35% option and if you choose that option, you'll earn…less of a royalty, but lending is optional for you at that.…And the 70% option in which lending is mandatory.…
- Reviewing ebook formats
- Converting to EPUB from Word and Pages
- Converting HTML/XHTML to EPUB
- Adding a cover image
- Editing metadata
- Building a TOC
- Adding and editing links
- Publishing to Amazon
Skill Level Beginner
Ebooks: Distributing and Marketingwith David Wogahn3h 16m Intermediate
1. Formats and Tools
2. InDesign Workflows
InDesign CS4 to CC2m 47s
3. Word, Text, and HTML
4. Tools of Choice
5. Editing Your EPUB with calibre
6. Editing Your EPUB with Sigil
7. Publishing to Amazon
Where to go from here1m 36s
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