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Kindle’s KDP EDU Targets Indie Authors in Academia

Kindle’s KDP EDU Targets Indie Authors in Academia

Posted by Ron CallariPosted on Fri, 30 Jan 2015in BookWorks

                    On January 23, retail giant Amazon launched KDP EDU, a new division of their Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) program that focuses specifically on education and academia. Now, educators who want to self-publish textbooks and scholarly treatises can use Amazon's software, called the Kindle Textbook Creator, to convert their work into files readable on the Kindle app. This officially allows them to by-pass traditional publishing channels, which for many was their only option in the past. An iBook Author copycat? Kindle’s new service will let authors prepare electronic eBooks for...