Q&A Thursday Episode 2


You’ve got “Q”s, and I’ve got “A”s!

Join me for my weekly Q&A session, where I answer all of your low-content publishing related questions. Watch on my Facebook page, or right here on YouTube.

Today’s questions:

1. Can you add additional images to your book listing on Amazon?
2. How important are reviews for low-content books?
3. Should you create a new Amazon account when signing up for KDP?
4. Should I use a pen name or my real name when publishing?
5. Is there a way to make colouring books cheaply?

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