Self-Publishing Your EBook on Multiple Sites

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Can you publish a digital version of your book on multiple distributor sites? Yes, provided you have not agreed to go with Kindle Select, or any other digital publisher which guarantees they are the only distributor for a 90-day period.

In fact, Mark Coker, creator of Smashwords, encourages it. “Get your book out to as many markets as possible,” he says. “You are the agent for marketing your book.”

Most sites require a membership (they have to know where to send your money), but membership is free. In most cases, your digital version must be in Microsoft Word format, i.e.,  *.doc, *.docx, or in a PDF. Some places require more. Here are a few sites to get you started.

Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP.com)

Smashwords.com

Kobo.com

Lulu.com

Scribd.com

Bookbaby.com

Goodreads.com

Payhip.com

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C.A. Simonson

C.A. Simonson is a freelance writer and author. Her award-winning short stories have appeared in seven anthologies. The Journey Home trilogy, "Love's Journey Home," "Love Looks Back," and "Love's Amazing Grace," are Christian fiction based on true events. She has also published two anthologies, one of short stories and one of devotions and poems. A children's speller/story coloring book was released in April 2017. Copies are available in paperback and digital format on Amazon, KOBO, iTunes, and Barnes and Noble or at casimonson.com. Books are now available in audio format on audible.com When she is not writing, she is painting, crafting, or fishing.

3 thoughts on “Self-Publishing Your EBook on Multiple Sites

    1. I have tried that route – using KDP select for the 90-days. I didn’t sell many at all. If you don’t watch the time, you are automatically re-enrolled for another 90 days. I decided to see how multiple platforms worked for me.

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