Kindle Review: Let’s Get Digital: How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should

Kindle Review

This Amazon Kindle book is being offered for free. Check it out.

Author David Gaughran delivers a winner with the fourth edition of Let's Get Digital, where he teaches readers how to publish like a pro and start finding readers today with the (self-proclaimed) comprehensive and up-to-date self-publishing guide on the market. Our review of the Packed with practical, actionable advice, that it delivers what appear to be strong practices on publishing your work and building audience, two critical components of the would-be self-publisher.

  1. Starting from Zero
  2. Writing to Market
  3. Edit, Edit, Edit
  4. Covers that Sell
  5. Building a Platform
  6. Assembling Your Ebook
  7. Sales Channels
  8. Publishing Like A Pro
  9. Pricing To Win
  10. Your First Readers

File Size: 471 KB
Print Length: 220 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: David Gaughran; 4 edition (June 23, 2020)
Publication Date: June 23, 2020
Sold by: Services LLC
Language: English
UNSPSC Code: 55111500

"Let's Get Digital is a must read for anyone considering self-publishing."
-- JA Konrath, bestselling author of Trapped, Origin, and Whiskey Sour.

"Even with my background as an indie writer, I picked up several valuable tips...this is simply the best book about the ebook revolution that I have read."
-- Michael Wallace, bestselling author of the Righteous series.

"Credible and comprehensive. I'd recommend it to any writer who is considering self-publishing or anyone interested in the current state of publishing."
-- Big Al's Books and Pals - 5 stars.

"It should be THE starting point for anyone considering self-publishing today. This book is a Pixel Pick, and should be considered required reading for any Indie author."
-- Pixel of Ink.


Check out our ratings for the read below.

Easy to Read95%
Recommendation90% Reviews

See how the Kindle read did among Amazon's population.

Erin USA

Least Supportive Review (★★☆☆☆) | July 9, 2020

This is a pleasant, chatty read, and for those of us who've been there definitely a head-nodder. There's a lot of self-promotion scattered throughout. Unfortunately, when he gets to meat of the sandwich, he devotes a great deal of space to the flaws of all promotion options save one -- and then provides no real specifics.


Most Supportive Review (★★★★★) | July 3, 2020

Everyone who knows me knows I'm a fan girl for this author. No one gets it as right as David does, over and over again. He even goes through the same frustrations that everyone else does, but seems to be able to explain them all in a way we can all relate to and understand.

Joe L.

Joe has been a reporter since 2015, providing deals, product reviews, technology news, identifying and reviewing free online services, top free reads on kindle, and free downloads.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *