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Interesting Article – Kindle Singles For Unknown Authors?

Very interesting article about Kindle Singles. Found it quite enlightening and have to say that I will likely not submit work to them if this proves true.

Kindle Singles For Unknown Authors? | Author Sue Kendrick’s Books & Services.

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5 comments on “Interesting Article – Kindle Singles For Unknown Authors?

  1. B Haigh
    July 30, 2013

    Happened upon this posting and thought I’d throw in my two cents… I am both an independent and new author, and my first ebook was added to the Kindle Singles store (last year). True, it’s getting harder and harder to get accepted…it’s always been a very carefully curated program even as the number of submissions has gone way up. However, I can say that when my story was accepted, they were totally awesome to work with. FWIW, I posted a blog entry recently on my own site (haighworld.com) detailing some of my experiences.

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  3. WyndyDee
    April 5, 2013

    All I can say is wow…they should just change their name to Amazon Publishing House and Book Blog and Reviews! That is too much power in one industry, or so they think. We shall see how it all pans out.

  4. Olivia Stocum
    April 5, 2013

    Amazon, sending out rejection letters? Seriously? Ack.

    • My thoughts exactly – they are the supposed god of the self publishing arena right now, and the “singles” area is supposed to be for new authors, but apparently, only if one of their editors (god only knows who they are) approve – incredible.

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