Are you curious? Want to get that book publish? Don't no where to start?

With KDP(kindle direct publishing), everything is simple. Follow the instructions about setting up your account. You would have to enter your email address and enter a new password. Then click on the agree button under the rules.

If you already have your book together and ready to go then you can begin.

Enter your book title, book details and verify your publishing rights. Next you will list your target customers. Once that is finish, you can upload or create a book cover, upload your book file, then save and continue.

You are almost done! Soon your book will be published.

Now for rights & pricing. You get to decide how much your book is worth. Also, you will have the option to use KDP Select Benefits.

And it takes up to 24 hours for Amazon to update your book and get it on the market. Sometimes it may not take long. You are on your way. Reach your readers on Kindle.

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Comment by LaResa Brunson on February 19, 2014 at 7:56pm

You are the copyright. You can do it yourself or get it done through the U.S. Copyright Office. Make sure you follow Amazon guidelines and you should be fine.

Comment by LaResa Brunson on February 19, 2014 at 7:45pm

Not necessary. But you can apply for one but the minute you write it, you are protected by copyright laws. For more protection, you can obtain an official copyright through the U.S. Copyright Office.

Comment by Wendy M Thomas on February 19, 2014 at 6:48pm

Do you have to have your work copy righted first?

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