Publishing a book with KDP Paperback (Beta) #amwriting #KDP #SelfPublishing

G. L. Cromarty provides us with a blog post about publishing a book with KDP Paperback (Beta). Thank you for this helpful and informative article!

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MY EXPERIENCE WITH KDP PAPERBACKPUBLISHING (BETA)

There is a new option with Kindle direct publishing to add a print book along with your ebook through their site. Formerly, most people would add a print version of their book via CreateSpace, a subsidiary of Amazon. Now you have the option to do this directly via KDP Paperback (beta).

I have no experience with CreateSpace, but prior to deciding to go with KDPPaperback (beta) I had looked at this option. In summary, CreateSpace is a separate company, although owned by Amazon. You need two accounts, one for CreateSpace and one for KDP, and if you are entering tax and personal information for payments, you will need to do all this twice.

It’s my understanding that not all KDP users have the ‘Print Book’option yet, but that may have changed over the last couple of months (See KDP Print – Amazon is…

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Video: Basic Setup Process of a Book on Createspace

Rachael Ritchey has taken time to provide us with a step-by-step guide to use CreateSpace. I’m thrilled and I’m sure many other debut novelists are too! Thank you so much Rachael!! You rock!

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I know it’s been too long since I last touched on this great series: How Not to Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing, but life hasn’t slowed down all summer long! 🙂 I’ve finally got a video tutorial put together for you on the basics of setting up a Createspace account and first book for publishing.


Here are the picture steps to walk through. Really, everything here is fairly self-explanatory. If you have questions, please ask and I’ll help you find the answer.  🙂

  1) Sign up for the free account then log in w/your email address and password.

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2) Add New TitleStep 02


3) Fill in the blanks with the appropriate info. (Red * means info is required)Step 03


4) Now you get to add your author name (pseudonym if that’s how you roll!) and other pertinent info.

Step 04

5) Publication Date is NOT required right away! 🙂

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6) ISBN

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