Publishing New Paperback Editions

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If you’re planning major changes to your book that will warrant a brand new paperback edition, or if you’ve acquired your own ISBN number and want to use that instead of the free issue CreateSpace ISBN, it’s not a complicated process. Unless you unpublish your Kindle book and start from scratch with that too, you won’t even lose your reviews.

So, assuming you will simply upload your updated eBook file to the currently published Kindle book keeping its Amazon assigned ASIN number, what you need to do is prepare your paperback with its new ISBN number in the front matter, the edition number, and also the new Published By information – don’t use your own name unless you really, really, really want to. Think about this before you buy your ISBN’s and call your publishing business something different. As a self-publishing author you are a publisher, and there’s no reason…

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2 thoughts on “Publishing New Paperback Editions

    dgkaye said:
    September 30, 2016 at 3:38 am

    Awesome advice Jo. Glad I started out with my own ISBNs, the thought of republishing, well, you know, LOL ❤


    lbeth1950 said:
    September 30, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    You really know your stuff.


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