Good websites for authors
Rupert Regis & His Magical Bookshop is a fantastic online shop where by submitting the name, age and a few details about your special someone’s favourite things children’s author Richard Staplehurst AKA Rupert Regis will handwrite you an original and personalised storybook.As well this, you’ll receive an original MP3 Audiobook adaptation voiced by the wonderful Elliott Crossley. In collaboration with the WCCS. Use WCCS as the Ref when booking to receive a FREE and very special ‘Artsy & Craftsy Art Kit’ delivered* to you.
Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) is Amazon’s book publishing platform that can be used to self-publish a book online, which readers can purchase as an eBook or print-on-demand book. It is one of the top self-publishing companies and currently dominates the self-publishing book market.
Amazon KDP is a major player in the publishing industry, currently holding at least 80% of the eBook market.
BookTrib.com was created as a news source for people who love books, want to find out what’s happening in the book world and love learning about great authors of whom they may not have heard.
Simply put, BookTrib.com brings discerning readers and rising authors closer together – and in a big way, with more than 70,000 unique monthly website visitors and close to 50,000 views on social media.
Every day at 10am subscribers to Ebook Betty receive an email filled with amazing deals on bestselling ebooks. When you advertise with Betty, your book’s information is featured on our website and emailed to a subscriber list full of people who have specifically asked for books in your genre. The site currently runs a 50% discount due to Covid-19.
Bookangel started as a London bookclub’s private site to swap book recs and highlight free books. Now we offer a daily free ebook newsletter, weekly reviews newsletter, and have a newspaper column featuring the best indie currently undergoing a trial, as well as the main website and Twitter account.