Learn to Write Nonfiction Ebook Cheatsheet

writing ebooks

 Learn how to Write Nonfiction ebooks Cheatsheet

All The Information You Need About How to Write Nonfiction ebooks
How to Write Nonfiction 

Latest Learn to Write Nonfiction News On Social Media & News

Google News | Bing News |Yahoo News | Facebook | TwitterGoogle+

LinkedIn | PinterestInstagramTumblr

Interesting Information On Learn to Write Nonfiction

Google | BingYahoo |Latest Blogs | Most Relevant Blogs

 YoutubeForum

 More Popular Resources For Learn to Write Nonfiction

Wikipedia | Yahoo! AnswersQuoraWiki How Google Groups | Yahoo Group | About.com | eHow  | Ezine Articles | HowStuffWorksHowToDoThings | Google ImagesYahoo Images

How to publish an ebook on Kindle

What’s your motivation behind creating an ebook? Are you mesmerized by the countless and seemingly juicy stories about individuals reaping thousands after self-publishing an ebook on Amazon’s Kindle? Or, would you like to write on about your business and perhaps earn a few bucks over the web? Whatever your answers are, it’s absolutely rational creating an ebook, but when you choose to commercialize it, you automatically become a contemporary author. Truth be told, the exciting process of writing an ebook and publishing it through Amazon Kindle is rewarded by the amounts earned after every purchase. Kindle is virtually the leading eReader, besides iPad and the Noon. And, it basically means that you have a great publishing partner and a higher chance of having your ebook purchased.

Why Amazon Kindle?

It’s been said, time and again, that every one of us has a book in them, but just a few have the courage and time to write it down. With Kindle via Amazon, however, aspiring self-publishers have no reason to complain. But first, why Amazon Kindle?

  1. Kindle ranks as the largest and top selling product on Amazon. They do the actual promotion for you.
    Amazon now pays writers per every page read.
  2. Over 30% of the entire American adult populace read at least one ebook every year, and over 50% of all American adults own a Kindle, and thus a bigger chance of getting your book viewed.
    Amazon Kindle Publishing offers a comparatively higher percentage on Royalties.
Steps before Publishing an ebook
  1. Indeed, it’s quick and easy to self-publish an ebook through Amazon’s KDP after a fiery abyss of writing. You can’t do that without a valid Amazon account already. To sign up or log in to an existing account, you must head to the Kindle Direct Publishing site.
  2. However, before reaching the Publish stage, I’ll assume that you have already written the book, of course, after three drafts - the “vomit” draft, the review draft and the final one or editorial. It is the multiple versions and iterations that differentiate each of them, albeit it is the editorial version that marks the end of the writing stage.
  3. Formatting and Designing mark the second stage and perhaps the step that comes right before self-publishing it. To format it for Kindle, you can use a program called Calibre or just hire a professional for a few hundred bucks.
  4. It’s also at this make-or-break stage that you find a great design for your ebook's cover. Remember to find a proper piece that will make your product professionally done and appealing.
How to self-publish an ebook on Amazon Kindle

At this, very critical stage, all you will need is stable and reliable internet connection, an already done eBook and, of course, your KDP account.

The entire guideline is as below:
1.  Sign in to your Kindle account.
2.  Enter in your tax information for Royalties.
3.  Click “Bookshelf” followed by the “Add new title.”
4.  Fill out the form that the title of your ebook, its description, and relevant keywords.
5.  Upload the cover file, in JPEG format or use the cover creator tool.
7.  Once done, upload the ebook file.
8.  Preview the already uploaded book to ensure that everything is right.
9.  If everything looks set, proceed by clicking the “Save and Continue” tab.
10. Continue to the “Rights and Pricing” page and choose the “Worldwide Rights” option.
11. Go for the 70% Royalty rate before selecting your price.
12. Now, head out to the “Save and Publish” part. You can “Save for later” if you prefer to finish it later, though.
Amazon will notify you that it is ready (normally between 24 and 48 hours) and its status will be “Live.”

At this point, you must be smart - use incentives, send the book to your mailing list, share it online, promote your ebook, etc.

If you need help with any of this contact me

How to write a short non-fiction ebook

Writing is a strong, compelling and persuasive art that combines psychology, poetry, keen observation and an excellent choice of words. Deciding to write a short non-fiction ebook can be a hard task. Writers often get butterflies in their stomach when it comes to thinking about issues such as how soon they are going to make money out of it. More importantly, how long they will take to get recognized.

However, writing an ebook from scratch to serve your readers doesn’t need you to focus on things like getting rich. It's because such ideas make it quite easy for you to concentrate on delivering quality content. Here are some of the tips on how to write a good non-fiction ebook.

1 - Familiarize Yourself With Your Audience

Most writers totally forget to pay attention to their book’s primary audience. As a writer, you must narrow your target to a single individual who will read your eBook. That single individual is at the bottom of your audience chain. At first, you will have a great number of readers. However, you have to streamline them to a single individual. It might be hard at first, but eventually, you will realize it was worth it.
On a lighter note, never think that everyone can be your audience. The narrower the audience chain, the more successful your ebook will be.

2 - Know Your Competitors

Most ebook ideas are not unique. Most likely, there will be several eBooks with the same idea as yours. However, the technical part is that you present your idea in an understandable and relatable way. Utilize your diction as much as you can and don’t get scared to publish your book however much the market is crowded.
If there are several eBooks with the same topic as yours in the market, the probability is, it is a real market. Do a proper research on the eBook and if you are to find a gap, do it with your idea.

3 -  Apply Real Life Examples

If you want to win the heart of your readers, always write something that can relate to them. Make use of other people’s standards as much as you can. Stories of other authors who failed can also come in handy. Non-fiction books become quite successful when you relate them to real world experiences.

4 - Read As Much As You Can

Every writer can agree with me that one of the most valuable things in writing is being a good reader. Read anything, from articles, your competitor’s ebooks to inspirational books. This will help you find a gap to fill with your idea. And, it can also help you improve your writing skills. Visit a local bookstore and buy as many eBooks with the same idea as yours. Search online about what people think about the same eBooks as yours. The more you read, the better your eBook.

5 - Make Humor Your Close Friend

Relating to your audience requires something they can enjoy. Mostly, the audience tends to show interest in eBooks with entertaining content. It relieves tension, ignites annoying areas and helps the reader smile. It's the surest way of winning your audience minds.

6 - Have Faith In What You Don’t Know

It can sound scary but stay encouraged to do what you totally have no idea about to ensure that you step slightly out of your comfort zone. This way you can get to read as much as you can; a key factor in writing ebooks. It can also give your audience first-hand information, advice and experience.

7 - Be Well Conversant With Your Market

Releasing your ebook is like any other business. You might not want to release your eBook when it is a slow time for an idea like yours. It can significantly affect your sales. This way, your eBook will deliver exactly what your audience wants.

These tips can significantly increase the chances of your non-fictional eBook being a success; something that I know every writer desires.