The Amazon Kindle opportunity was something I had been kicking around my head ever since the time I purchased my own Kindle. I love to write. People pay to be entertained. Win-win. No brainer.
My Kindle profits are being created part-time, but they grow each month. The more titles I have out there, the more I make.
My very favorite point in the business is when you submit your completed work and cover graphic to Amazon. When I send that off to them for review and publishing, I am truly satisfied.
In this business, there are things that you can control, and things you can't control. (I guess that's true of any business).
I CAN'T control how many people will buy my titles. I just can't.
What I CAN control is how many titles I have for sale. The more titles for sale, the more sales I will get.
So when I submit my literary "masterpieces" (with accompanying cover graphics), I know that I am making progress. I know that I am increasing my odds for success.
That's why I like publishing on Kindle so much. I write. I publish. I earn. All part-time. All a little bit at a time.
I love that moment of publishing.