Tag Archives: Kindle publishing

TKC 253 Nader Kabbani

Amazon’s Vice President for Independent Publishing Interview Starts at 19:17 Our vision is to have the author publish once and have their consumers read their book everywhere, and everywhere means three things for us: Number one is all geographies in all languages, so we want to help them translate their work in other languages. Hugh Howey […]

New Options for Serious Journalists: How Brian Mockenhaupt’s Powerful Tale of 3 Marines Found an Audience via Byliner

(Cross Post of my Kindle Nation Daily Contributing Editor’s Column) But for eBooks, war fatigue might have kept Brian Mockenhaupt from publishing a story that should never be forgotten. A former Army infantryman who served two tours with the 10th Mountain Division in Iraq, Mockenhaupt is a contributing editor at Reader’s Digest and Esquire and […]

Guven Witteveen Shows How Kindle Publishing Can Open Doors to the Past

Anthropologist Guven Witteveen last week opened my eyes to how much Kindle-accessible history is coming our way through volunteer projects like one he undertook for his local historical society. I met with Witteveen for the Kindle Chronicles interview on October 17th at Schuler Books, a sprawling indie bookstore in Lansing, Michigan. We sat in plush […]

TKC Extra – Make Money with E-Books

This is a recording of the second talk that I gave on August 13, 2011 at the Professional Outdoor Media Association‘s annual conference at the Marriott in Ogden, Utah. The title of this presentation was “Make Money with E-Books.”  You can download the Word document I prepared as a handout here. I discussed the following three writers […]