Kindle eBooks are all the rage. Authors are led to believe making your book available in a Kindle version is a must do. But is the Kindle version really the way to go?
Let’s look at the facts.

  • In 2007 there were 88,000 Kindle titles.
  • In 2010 there were 500,000 Kindle titles.
  • There is 60 second worldwide deliverability.
  • The Kindle version is often an impulse purchase that satisfy the “instant gratification” buyer.
  • Currently over 850,000 titles including 107 of 111 New York Times Bestsellers.
  • Amazon sells 143 Kindle titles for every 100 hardcopy titles.
  • Continued growth is projected with no end in site.
  • You don’t need a Kindle reader to enjoy the Kindle version. You can quickly download the Blackberry App here. 
  • You can also access Free Kindle For iPhone App here  

Not everyone is convinced Kindle version of a book is the way to go. Here are three reasons not to go Kindle version.

  • Not everyone will buy the  Kindle version of your book.
  • It could be a passing fad. Not likely.
  • You are choosing to ignore one of the most important book publishing trends ever.

So which side of the Kindle fence are you on?  As I write the manuscript for my soon-to-be-released book I know I will be offering it both in paperback and Kindle version. I would be a fool not to. And my mama didn’t raise no fool.
The fact is, if you are an author, or soon to be author, you definitely need to get into the Kindle game. Unfortunately, there are old time thinking authors and independent publishers who will try to convince you otherwise.
All you have to do is check the facts. And the facts are, Kindle is one of the most incredibly easy ways to reach your current and potential readers, the deliverability is fabulous and your readers are demanding this more every day.
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