Let’s allow our minds to go drifting down that dusty road to years past when Kindle and CreateSpace worked together. One need only create a paperback book at CreateSpace, click a few buttons and allow Kindle to transform that paperback into an eBook.
Many writers took advantage of that, and the eBooks created by this ‘transformation machine’ did a decent job.
However, the control freak in me couldn’t relinquish control of such an import factor in my life, so I manually created each eBook I published.
Things have changed, and so has Kindle KDP/Amazon. Gone is CreateSpace and its clunky transformation machine. Now we have KDP Print and Kindle Create.Continue reading