25 blogs about Kindle, Nook, Create Space, LSI, Smashwords


I was asked what blogs I had about “open” publishing. Here they are, below, and I’m certain there are more too so if you have a specific word or topic you are hunting for, please type it in the search box to see if it pops up!

The publishers mentioned in the blogs are Kindle, Nook, CreateSpace, LSI, Smashwords, Scribd, Lulu, Blurb, Bookbaby, and iPad. Most of them discuss the publishing process.

The titles below are not linked but if you type the first five or so words into the SEARCH box, they should pop onto your screen. (Some are in the RELATED POSTS below.)

This is the WordPress website where they are residing: http://blog.gordonburgett.com

I also have a full book, in paperback or digital, called How to Get Your Book Published Free in Minutes and Marketed Worldwide in Days; it is linked at its title. It’s available from us and the first six “open” publishers mentioned in the second paragraph above.

Best wishes with your book and hunt!

Gordon Burgett

Why free and fast “open book” publishing is a godsend

Differences between Kindle, CreateSpace, Nook, Smashwords, Blurb, Lulu, and Scribd

What’s the summary, schedule, and process for printing almost-free books through Lulu, CreateSpace, LSI, Smashwords, Kindle, IPad, Blurb, and Scribd?

How do I profitably publish my just-finished book six times?

The 10-step publishing process; the list in order

Why would you change a book’s title once it’s out for sale?

Five-steps: how to pick your critical nonfiction book title?

How to find your 2012 earnings from CreateSpace, Kindle, Nook, Smashwords, and Bookbaby?

How to quickly find lots of ebooks you can publish and sell

7 times when using Lulu, CreateSpace, Blurb, Scribd, Smashwords, iPad and Kindle makes huge sense

Creating an ebook from your bound book text for Lulu, CreateSpace, Smashwords, Kindle, iPad, Lightning Source, and Scribd

8-step process to publish in Kindle, Nook, iPad, Lulu, and CreateSpace

My publishing order for paperbacks and ebooks

Your book needs final professional proofreading

What’s so special about your book’s second draft?

Test your book with experts after you’ve finished the first draft

Give your book order, an angle, and a table of contents

Write a dandy book and sell it worldwide in minutes, hands-free

What should the insides of your book look like?

Which sells best: publishing with major houses, an ebook, or self-publishing?

What your first book draft must include

Where do you find more information for your book?

Don’t pick a must-use title before writing your book

How to find the precise book subject that others want to buy

Digital publishing: focus most on your book’s contents, title, and cover

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