I have spent the (entire) month of April focused on learning all about the KDP (Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing) format. "Everyone knows Kindle" for their vast collection of digital books, but they also offer Print on Demand services which allow folks like you and me to create and publish books. It sort of takes the large publishing house out of the equation. In that, you don't have to hold your breathe while you anxiously await a "yes" or "no" response to the book manuscript you spent your last $20 to mail to them. Does that mean I've written this summer's best selling beach smut paperback? No.
But I am (actually still in the process) of uploading 55 "low content" books under my Amazon Account, "Author: Brant, el". The account is so new that it might be difficult to find me, and my honest evaluation is:
"once you have a couple dozen books published,
viewing the different titles becomes tedious."
If you will, please visit my publishing website: uwriteit.com I've made it so much easier to find and select just the "write" book for you! (pun intended)
oh! Don't let me forget... if you need a custom order for a work project, or perhaps a gift, or you want your company logo on a bunch of notebooks, or just want to make a suggestion... drop me a line!