The Amazon Kindle eBook reader has quickly become one of the most popular eBook devices available, and many authors and publishers would like to sell their books to the hundreds of thousands of Kindle users. Unfortunately, there is not a lot of information available on how to truly succeed in the development process. Amazon’s Digital Text Platform (DTP) website has some basic information, but authors and publishers are not usually well-versed in the technologies and formatting specifics that come with the Kindle conversion process.
This website serves as a resource for authors, publishers, and anyone else who is interested in publishing content on the Kindle. Whether you want to prepare your own books for publication or have me prepare them for you, my goal is to provide you with the answers you need.
For tips on how to format books for the Kindle, check out the Formatting section and the Frequently Asked Questions. If you are looking for help in any stage of your formatting process, take a look at the Services I provide. You can also learn more about my background or contact me directly if you have any questions. I post my thoughts and updates on all things Kindle-related on my Blog, so please come back often and add me to your blog reader.
The Pro-Am Murders (Dion Quince)
Jumble Pie: A Novel
Thaddeus T. and Barnaby
Washington State Road Atlas
OH BOY! The Life and Music of Rock 'n' Roll Pioneer Buddy Holly
Sodium Bicarbonate - Rich Man's Poor Man's Cancer Treatment
Power Path to Love
At first I tried to format my Kindle book myself. I spent hours on it and still had a lot of annoying glitches, including an intractable problem with the margins. Joshua contacted me and reformatted the entire book in short order. He added some nice touches, like hyperlinks to each of the chapters, and cleaned up all the problems. And he did it promptly, accurately, inexpensively, and professionally.
I would highly recommend his services to any new Kindle author. You'll save yourself hours and many headaches. And the result will be much better than what you could do yourself.
Charles Whittlesey, author,
The Islander: A Romance of the Future