How to Publish with KDP: Part Twenty

Another great post from Harmony Kent in her amazingly detailed and helpful series on how to publish your book on KDP. (This is Part 20.) Even though I’ve been publishing my own books for several years, I still learned new things and some better/easier ways to do it. I hope you’ll all head on over to see for yourself what Harmony’s recommendations are for setting up your Amazon Author Page. It’s good stuff! And then, I hope you’ll remember to pass it along far and wide so others can benefit, too. Thanks, and thanks for Harmony for such a wonderful post in a fantastic series! 🙂

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Hello SErs. Harmony here.  As promised, here is  part twenty in the post series dedicated to taking a step-by-step look at how to get your finished manuscript from your computer and on sale on Amazon in both ebook and paperback.

If you’d like to take a look back at the previous posts in this series, please click on the links at the end of this post.

So, here’s Part Twenty: How to create your Amazon Author page and using Author Central.

Every author needs an Amazon Author page. This is how your (gazillions of 😜 ) fans will find out more about you and browse the rest of the books on your bookshelf.

Amazon Author Central is where you can create and maintain your Author Page, including claiming books that might not appear on your shelf automatically, such as anthologies, etc.

To create an Author Central…

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4 thoughts on “How to Publish with KDP: Part Twenty

    • It has been very helpful for many of us, I know! Glad you were one of them, Trish. And don’t worry. Even if I’m not posting on Story Empire myself, I will still be sharing their posts every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday here on The Write Stuff, so you can hop over to take a look.

      Thanks so much for letting Harmony and I know you’ve enjoyed her series! 🙂

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