Once again, thanks to Nicholas Rossis for sharing some very useful tools. These are both new to me, and I plan to download TODAY! Check it out!
I have two useful (and free) author tools to share with you today, courtesy of authors John Logsdon and MM Jaye respectively.
Amazon blurb preview
I’ve often shared on this blog my support of Amazon. Despite its occasional missteps, the company has leveled the playing field for Indie authors and is busy changing the publishing industry on a daily basis. It is consistently client-centric in its approach and has invested heavily in making the shopping experience as pleasant and flawless as possible.
Which is why I can’t fathom why it’s so hard for it to build a proper, user-friendly blurb builder.
In effect, there are two separate ways of posting your blurb: the first is to do it through your book details on KDP. This has the benefit of allowing you to use some basic html tags; namely: <b><br><em><font><h1><h2><h3><h4><h5><h6><hr><i><li><ol><p><pre><s><strike><strong><sub><sup><u> and <ul>. However, it lacks any…
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