Stephen Windwalker’s great new resource for indie authors, publishers, and readers

Beyond the Literary-Industrial Complex: How Authors and Publishers Are Using the Amazon Kindle and Other New Technologies to Unleash a 21st-Century Indie Movement of Readers & Writers (Paperback)

by Stephen Windwalker (Author)

List Price: $19.95 2 used & new available from $14.97
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Product Description
Find out why you need a publisher … like a fish needs a bicycle. Here’s the book that is helping thousands of authors to unleash a 21st-century indie movement of writers and readers, by the #1 selling author in the Amazon Kindle bookstore. Elegantly combining mission and manual, Windwalker narrates the end of the old world of publishing due to the failure of major publishers to serve either readers or authors, issues a compelling call for change, and guides authors and independent publishers through the steps that will allow them to succeed and to connect with discerning readers, in the fast-changing publishing world made possible by new technologies such as Amazon’s Kindle and CreateSpace. Also includes: * A STEP-BY-STEP APPROACH TO PUBLISHING A KINDLE EDITION OF YOUR BOOK OR DOCUMENT * PUBLISHING YOUR FICTION ON THE KINDLE PLATFORM * PUBLISHING PERIODICALS FOR THE AMAZON KINDLE * START EARNING A LIVING TODAY WRITING ARTICLES FOR THE KINDLE

(Also available in a Kindle edition — click here for Kindle ordering info)

Also available in a slightly abridged handy “guidebook” version for Kindle owners, about 70% of the longer version, lean and stripped down to guide you through the essential steps:

The Complete Step-by-Step Guide to Publishing and Marketing Books, Articles and Other Content for the Amazon Kindle (Creating Your Own Success Story with New Technologies) (Kindle Edition)


Kindle Price: $6.39 & includes wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet

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One Response to Stephen Windwalker’s great new resource for indie authors, publishers, and readers

  1. d patrick fleming on June 15, 2008 at 5:26 pm

    Stephen,

    I published a Kindle book, a memoir titled: She Had No Enemies”. Now I’m looking for ways to market it. Does your book have a lot of real useful information on marketing and promoting?

    Thanks,
    Dennis Fleming
    dennyvision@charter.net

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