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The second title in Morris Berg’s eBook Writing Wizard Series, filling the gaps in eBook publishing knowhow that other publications do not reach. This book, on how to source and publish public domain titles for Amazon Kindle completely in accordance with Amazon's policies, is based on research I did when I first considered writing and publishing for Kindle. I recently publi The second title in Morris Berg’s eBook Writing Wizard Series, filling the gaps in eBook publishing knowhow that other publications do not reach. This book, on how to source and publish public domain titles for Amazon Kindle completely in accordance with Amazon's policies, is based on research I did when I first considered writing and publishing for Kindle. I recently published my first, original, Kindle title, Secrets of Successful eBook Titles. Now, having updated my strategies for publishing public domain, I present here a formula for taking almost any out-of-print book, adding value and submitting it to Amazon or to other publishing platforms as an enhanced work, or what Amazon calls a "differentiated" work. It is well known that Amazon now requires a public domain book to satisfy one of three criteria to make it acceptable: translation, annotations or illustrations. This book gives you, not just three, but twenty-seven possible ways of making a public domain book unique, plus a strategy that is calculated to maximise the consumer appeal of your finished, enhanced volume. Using these twenty-seven methods in different combinations, you have THOUSANDS of possible strategies for enhancing the public domain books that you would like to publish! This book also tells you how to search for those elusive out-of-print titles that nobody else is publishing, so you can build a unique catalogue of digitised antiquarian books. You need to read this book if: • You would like to build a public domain publishing business that is Kindle-friendly. • You have had out-of-print publications rejected by Amazon but want to try again. • You have access to old public domain material, for example a collection of antiquarian books, that you could consider adapting for Kindle publication. • You would like full details of all 27 techniques for creating and enhancing content using text, illustrations and/or diagrams. Tips on scanning and preparing books for digital formatting are also provided, including suggestions for purchasing special scanning equipment. Using the plan presented in this book, you can create a digital antiquarian or "reprint" publishing business that has unlimited potential as every year more and more works are going out of copyright. If you are fluent in other major languages, you can do the same for non-English titles too. The strategies taught in this book will work for any language in which ebooks are available for Amazon. There are many other books that concentrate on formatting, marketing, pricing, design and actually getting your books uploaded to Kindle. This one explains how a digital antiquarian or "reprint" publishing business can work and that is its main purpose. It presumes you have some basic understanding of Kindle publishing already, though that is easy to pick up from other books. If you are an existing or would-be Kindle publisher/author and want another string to your bow - here it is. The book has been formatted for Kindle with a clickable Table of Contents. Approx. 15,000 words. Publisher's estimated page length 45 pages (Amazon page calculation may differ). P.S. While you’re here, look at my first book, Secrets of Successful eBook Titles. Find it quickly by clicking on my name at the top of this page underneath the book title.


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The second title in Morris Berg’s eBook Writing Wizard Series, filling the gaps in eBook publishing knowhow that other publications do not reach. This book, on how to source and publish public domain titles for Amazon Kindle completely in accordance with Amazon's policies, is based on research I did when I first considered writing and publishing for Kindle. I recently publi The second title in Morris Berg’s eBook Writing Wizard Series, filling the gaps in eBook publishing knowhow that other publications do not reach. This book, on how to source and publish public domain titles for Amazon Kindle completely in accordance with Amazon's policies, is based on research I did when I first considered writing and publishing for Kindle. I recently published my first, original, Kindle title, Secrets of Successful eBook Titles. Now, having updated my strategies for publishing public domain, I present here a formula for taking almost any out-of-print book, adding value and submitting it to Amazon or to other publishing platforms as an enhanced work, or what Amazon calls a "differentiated" work. It is well known that Amazon now requires a public domain book to satisfy one of three criteria to make it acceptable: translation, annotations or illustrations. This book gives you, not just three, but twenty-seven possible ways of making a public domain book unique, plus a strategy that is calculated to maximise the consumer appeal of your finished, enhanced volume. Using these twenty-seven methods in different combinations, you have THOUSANDS of possible strategies for enhancing the public domain books that you would like to publish! This book also tells you how to search for those elusive out-of-print titles that nobody else is publishing, so you can build a unique catalogue of digitised antiquarian books. You need to read this book if: • You would like to build a public domain publishing business that is Kindle-friendly. • You have had out-of-print publications rejected by Amazon but want to try again. • You have access to old public domain material, for example a collection of antiquarian books, that you could consider adapting for Kindle publication. • You would like full details of all 27 techniques for creating and enhancing content using text, illustrations and/or diagrams. Tips on scanning and preparing books for digital formatting are also provided, including suggestions for purchasing special scanning equipment. Using the plan presented in this book, you can create a digital antiquarian or "reprint" publishing business that has unlimited potential as every year more and more works are going out of copyright. If you are fluent in other major languages, you can do the same for non-English titles too. The strategies taught in this book will work for any language in which ebooks are available for Amazon. There are many other books that concentrate on formatting, marketing, pricing, design and actually getting your books uploaded to Kindle. This one explains how a digital antiquarian or "reprint" publishing business can work and that is its main purpose. It presumes you have some basic understanding of Kindle publishing already, though that is easy to pick up from other books. If you are an existing or would-be Kindle publisher/author and want another string to your bow - here it is. The book has been formatted for Kindle with a clickable Table of Contents. Approx. 15,000 words. Publisher's estimated page length 45 pages (Amazon page calculation may differ). P.S. While you’re here, look at my first book, Secrets of Successful eBook Titles. Find it quickly by clicking on my name at the top of this page underneath the book title.

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    Stuart Joseph

    Don't bother No real substance. Doesn't follow through with really enough information after his ideas about the 27 ways to profit. Tells you to make sure that everything is perfect when you do your book, but his is in perfect either. He gives a couple of places to get information however his links Do not work, they are just text. Hicks lanes that he can't figure out how to make them work using the programs dead he is using to format and do the book. It seems that these days he could revise the boo Don't bother No real substance. Doesn't follow through with really enough information after his ideas about the 27 ways to profit. Tells you to make sure that everything is perfect when you do your book, but his is in perfect either. He gives a couple of places to get information however his links Do not work, they are just text. Hicks lanes that he can't figure out how to make them work using the programs dead he is using to format and do the book. It seems that these days he could revise the book I they're using kindles tools To do that, or he should have learned how to use his program by now. In either case he could have come up with a better addition since kindle allows you to replace and update your books. I am sorry that I bought it and spent the money on it.

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    Bruce Walker

    Good Good sourcing. Great commentary. Look forward to trying this as I am an avid book hunter Kudos to the writer

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    Don Alsup

    Excellent primer on republishing public domain books. Excellent primer on republishing public domain books. The bulk of the book gives you ideas for creating differentiation in public domain publishing. That is the only way to get your pd book listed on Amazon. How to tell if a book is in the public domain and what subjects to publish is also covered. I feel well prepared after reading this guide.

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