I’ve got a “nuts and bolts” book that really explains the process of self-publication on Amazon.com It’s called “How to Self-Publish a Book on Amazon.com I also have a book titled “Aiming at Amazon” that seems to deal more with marketing your book. I’ve started the second book, although I haven’t finished the first. I will finish the first. I started the second to compare them.
The second book tends to annoy me because he is constantly bringing up topics and then saying he will discuss them in later chapters. Then why mention them NOW? If it was just one or two, I’d understand, but he continues to whet my appetite for knowledge, while saying he will get to it later. I plan to read the whole book. I don’t know why he uses this strategy.
At any rate, I am on target as far as researching how to self-market on Amazon. I hope to begin gathering needed money for this project and finishing my book in October. My publication date is still November 1 in my plans. However, this new book did say it can take several days to a week or so to see your book listed on Amazon after submission. I don’t know. I just know I wish Aaron Shepard, who wrote Aiming at Amazon, would not mention a topic until he’s ready to completely explain it. It’s annoying.