Getting Started in Kindle Publishing: Established Authors

For a while, now, I've been sending authors to Joe Konrath's blog, A Newbie's Guide to Publishing.  You may have noticed a link on my right-hand sidebar.

The thing that's unique about Joe, is that he is so straight-forward.  Unlike most of the noise that's posted around the Internet (which, as you may know, I rant about regularly) Joe gets right to the point with actual experiences and sales numbers.

Joe was already a successful writer before he decided to try Kindle Publishing, and he shares, with actual numbers, successes, and failures, the process he went through, as he tried to decide whether to risk that success to try Kindle publishing.

If you are going through that process now, you will find much of value, not only in Joe's posts, but in the experiences of the many established writers who comment on his posts.

Joe is well past that decision-making process now, and is making not only a living... but GOOD LIVING. from his Amazon Kindle sales.

For that reason, it's necessary to go back a bit in order to pick up where Joe and his guest writers were making those first steps into Kindle Publishing.

It's difficult to know where to start, but since we are at the end of 2011, going back to January 2011, seems appropriate... so let's start there.

Click the link below to visit Joe Konrath's blog in January 2011, as author Blake Crouch writes about his own decision-making progress, and other now-successful authors comment on their own decisions and progresses.

A Newbie's Guide to Publishing, January 2011

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