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Mastering the Amazon KDP Tax Interview - Everything you need to know

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And here we are. A new starry-eyed author publishing our book on Amazon.

We had stumbled upon the the Amazon KDP website after our dad recommended we check it out. But what now? What does one do after entering your email ID into the vast troughs of Amazon's online customer database? Do we do a magic publishing-jig and hope that the God of Publishing smiles upon us? Do we sacrifice one of our dearest paperback-companions as a sign that the Kindle-Deity can trust us?

Once the dust has settled on your brand-new Amazon KDP account you might be wondering why you are now faced by a message from Amazon demanding you spend precious time completing an online tax interview? Why should we? Surely the time taken to complete your manuscript is enough?

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The Createspace Publishing Checklist - How to save time and money before you publish on Createspace

The Createspace Publishing Checklist - How to save time and money before you publish on Createspace

 

This post is written for the author who wants to use Createspace to publish their paperback book, leveraging Amazon’s reach using the print on demand model of self-publishing. I hope the post helps you speed up the Createspace process and saves you some money with the free resources at the end of each section.

Before we jump into the list of things you will need to have ready before starting, let’s explain a few things, just in case you weren’t 100% sure what Createspace was, or how print on demand could help you as the author.

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Using Createspace: Ordering Copies of Your Own Paperback Book.

Using Createspace: Ordering Copies of Your Own Paperback Book.

 

Ordering copies of your own title from Createspace are termed “Member orders”.

Authors who understand the benefits of the print-on-demand process and have opted to use the Amazon-owned company, Createspace,  to handle the printing and shipping of their paperback title, might at some point need a large quantity of the paperback, printed and shipped to a certain physical location. Obviously the author would not want to pay the same price for ordering their own title as the customer would. Relax, Createspace has you covered.

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