Successful eBook Publishing: The Complete How-to Guide for Creating and Launching Your Amazon Kindle eBook


Good customers are extremely important to getting a new business off the ground.  When I was pushing LiberWriter along the runway as fast as I could, I was fortunate to happen on David Wogahn as one of our early customers.  Patient, and full of great feedback, he’s exactly the kind of person you want as a beta tester.

Now that LiberWriter is more firmly established, having produced hundreds of books, we’re in a position to do David a good turn by giving his latest book some attention.  Of course, his book, being about the eBook publishing process, has an interview with me, which never hurts in terms of getting our attention!

There are a lot of people selling “snake oil” to all those yearning to see their book succeed as an eBook, but David’s book is the real deal, emphasizing the work you will need to put in to create and market your book.  He goes through all the steps to properly put together a professional looking eBook, and how to get out and start marketing it.

The book is available for purchase here:

For the next day or so, the book is actually free through Amazon’s Kindle Select program, so you can give it a try without even taking a risk.

One thought on “Successful eBook Publishing: The Complete How-to Guide for Creating and Launching Your Amazon Kindle eBook

  1. Nice cover design on the book, congrats. Do you focus on one specific genre when publishing? or several? I have been relying on ebook publishing since 2011 to bring in some of my total income. It’s a real blessing to see my earnings increase a bit more every single month.

    Back in December 2012 I co-wrote a compilation of short stories with a friend (packed into one book.) To our surprise, that book is now selling around 2,000 copies per month. I frequently disclose most of those earnings on my blog, in hopes of teaching and motivating other people.

    The best advice I can give others is to never give up. It took many “bad books” before I finally started learning the ropes. Also, while it’s good to focus on your passion, sometimes you have to step out of your comfort zone and explore new (unfamiliar) subjects. Once you learn about these subjects, they will often become your passion later down the road anyway! So learn as much as you can about the ebook marketplace.

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