Self-Publish For Free

How To Self-Publish A Book For FreeĀ 

KDP stands for Kindle Direct Publishing, which is a self-publishing platform created by Amazon for authors to publish and sell their books in Kindle format. Here are the steps to publish a book on KDP:

1. Create an account: To start publishing your book on KDP, you need to create an account on the KDP website ( If you already have an Amazon account, you can use the same login details.

2. Format your book: You need to format your book according to Amazon's guidelines for Kindle publishing. You can use a Word document or an eBook software like Calibre to format your book. Make sure your book has a professional design, with a clear title, a book cover, and a table of contents.

3. Set your price and royalties: Decide on the price of your book and the royalties you want to receive for each sale. Amazon has a minimum price of $0.99 and a maximum of $200. The royalty rate varies based on the price and location of the sale.

4. Upload your book: Once you have formatted your book and set your price, you can upload it to KDP. You can upload your book in several formats, including Word, HTML, PDF, and ePub. Make sure to review your book carefully before submitting it for publishing.

5. Publish your book: After uploading your book, you can preview it and make any final changes before publishing it. Once you are satisfied with your book, click the "Publish" button. Your book will be available for sale on Amazon within 24 to 48 hours.

6. Promote your book: Once your book is published, you can promote it to increase its visibility and sales. You can use Amazon's marketing tools, such as Kindle Countdown Deals and Kindle Unlimited, as well as social media and book promotion sites to promote your book.

Note that this is a brief overview of the KDP publishing process, and there are many other details and considerations to take into account when publishing a book on KDP. Be sure to thoroughly read Amazon's guidelines and resources to ensure your book meets all the necessary requirements.