Tag Archives: ibooks

Publishing EPUB eBooks

If you’re relatively new to self-publishing, perhaps you’ve only used Amazon to sell your ebooks. After all, it’s relatively simple. You create a Word doc, format it, and upload it to Amazon’s publishing platform, KDP. But if you want to publish your ebooks elsewhere, you need an EPUB. In case you’re not familiar with an… Read More »

iTunes Producer Easy Tutorial for iBooks

iTunes Producer is Apple’s online tool for publishing books to Apple’s iBooks store. The iBooks app comes loaded on all new iPhones and is available as an e-reader for all IOS devices. With more than 243 million iOS devices worldwide, why wouldn’t you publish your next book to the iBooks Store? For more reasons why YOU… Read More »

3 Reasons Why You Should Publish on iBooks

It’s a good question: Why should you publish on iBooks? After all, we often read that Amazon has the corner on the book selling market. But that’s not entirely true. I admit, when I first started publishing ebooks, I didn’t publish to iBooks. I was intimidated by the process. I had read numerous discouraging articles that… Read More »

How to Create an iTunes Connect Account

  I love publishing to the iBooks Store. Why? Well, one reason is that iBooks allows me to have control over my book seller’s account and book pricing in 52 countries. I can set books to FREE anytime I want without an exclusive contract. For more reasons why YOU should publish to iBooks, check out… Read More »

ISBN: Do I Need One to Self-publish?

If you’ve already dipped your toes into the pool of publishing, you’ve come across the option of whether or not to purchase an ISBN or whether to let a distributor such as CreateSpace or Smashwords assign an ISBN to your book. An International Standard Book Number, or ISBN, is a unique identifier for every book published.… Read More »

8 Places to Self-publish Besides Amazon

Are you planning to self-publish your books on Amazon’s Kindle Distribution  KDP? If so, you have good reason. Amazon is the leading book distributor in the United States and in many countries around the world. But why would you limit yourself to a U.S. book distributor? And why only self-publish with one book distributor when there… Read More »