Dave Chesson on his ‘Kindlepreneur’ blog writes about ebook piracy 2020, an article, which I think needs to be spread for as many authors as possible to know. Thank you very much for sharing your experiences and researches, Dave, we all appreciate it.
Ebook piracy is a real issue. You’d be amazed at how many websites have pirated or claim to have pirated your book.
There it is…sitting there, being given away for free.
All those sales…lost.
Worse yet, most of these sites have no contact information and probably aren’t even located in your country.
So, how do you protect yourself against these pirates and protect your rights?
In this article, I want to show you the legal, safe, and extra awesome way that anyone can regain their book from these pirates with some cunning tactics that only the most advanced computer nerds know how to employ. Even if you haven’t written that non-fiction book or are in the process of laying out your book, this is great to know for the future.
On Jacey Holbrand’s blog, I found a blog tour post about F. E. Feeley jr.’s new book “A Lighter Shade Of Blue”, the second book in a series.
F. E. Feeley is a great author and a gifted poet. I read several of his books and loved them. Of course, I got this one too and I’m sure, I’ll be enthusiastic!
Check out what Jacey Holbrand has to say about the book:
The cost of self-publishing a new book is now very affordable
Long gone are the days of wishing and hoping to publish a book. There is no need at all to beg literary agents and publishers today. You can also forget about paying thousands of dollars for vanity publishing.
Self-publishing gives authors the freedom to publish at any time. But with this comes the responsibility of publishing a quality book.
Yes, we all know that it is possible to self-publish for free, and many authors take this route. Publishing an ebook on Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing is very easy. All it needs is a Word document file and a cover image and that’s it.
That’s why there are millions of ebooks available on Kindle, and Kindle Unlimited. But so many of these quick and dirty ebooks are of very poor quality. All but a few find a steady stream of loyal book buyers.
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