Indie authors, pay attention! The Unofficial Author's Guide To Selling Your Book On Amazon: The Top 5 Cheat Sheet by Richard McCartney is something you might want to grab a hold on.
I can't remember how and where I got a free copy of this booklet, but I am glad I got it. It is a timely read for me because I am learning and gathering information on how to self-publish my first novella A World Without Color—a true story about my cat Marcel, in English. Besides, I don't think you care why I lost track of it in the flood of free e-books I've got recently, probably as a gift for submitting my email (somewhere).
The Unofficial Author's Guide To Selling Your Book On Amazon is a small and a fast read but very useful, informative and explosive too! Some advice thoroughly described in 5 + 1 cheat sheets I won't implement because it's not me. Nonetheless, learning about how Amazon functions and what you can do—if you decide for it—to get more visibility and ultimately become a best-selling and hot stuff author on Amazon was altogether an enlightening experience.
Richard McCartney had his saying. What I want to tell you is to consider getting that booklet, read it and see which tactics and tricks you will or will not use to help improve the ranks of your book. Be cautious, though, some of them might backfire at you! The author warns you, do take care with such “black hat” tricks, so be careful what you wish for.
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