Kindle Direct Publishing allows you to self-publish eBooks, hardcover, and paperbacks books for free. KDP provides you the right way to your book on Amazon and will enable you to create a product detail page for your book. It also gives you the choice to increase your book’s availability on a global scale, making it more convenient for readers worldwide. Amazon has been helping its authors to publish both paperbacks and ebooks through the same platform. Kindle Direct Publishing platform was launched in November 2007
Kindle Direct Publishing allows you to publish paperback books and eBooks (Kindle). Though, Kindle Direct Publishing does not allow the creation of spiral-bound magazines or periodicals books.
Following Content types you can publish using KDP :
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Kindle Direct Publishing Pricing
Publish your books and eBooks self for free with KDP, and touch millions of readers on Amazon. KDP takes just a few minutes, and your book seems on Kindle stores worldwide within 48 hours. Make more money.
All you need to do is create a publishing account with Kindle Direct Publishing, then you can publish your book on Amazon, and it’s free.
Amazon Ready with Kindle Direct Publishing
Once KDP approves your file, your book is directly available for purchase on Amazon, and then anybody can purchase your book through the regular Amazon shopping cart.
You will get paid royalties When you publish ebooks through KDP — both you and Amazon receive a percentage of the revenue.
Amazon charges $0.15 per MB—your Kindle ebook’s file size—for each book sold, priced between $2.99 and $9.99. The minimum charge of $0.01, and delivery fees vary by country. If the book is priced below $2.99 or above $9.99, There is no delivery fee.