I love Kobo. I love the platform and the people who are friendly and welcoming. I put my books wide a while ago now and I’m already feeling that soon I could be selling more books on Kobo than on another well know site. We shall see.

Anyway, I was keen to read Killing it on Kobo to find out as much as I could about the platform and to pick up any tips that would improve the performance of my books on there.

Killing it on Kobo is written by Mark using his 6 years experience as Director of Self-Publishing and Author Relations. As I have come to realise there is no magic solution to finding success as an author, no one size fits all and this book is honest in that respect. You therefore need to read this book and adapt the information in there to suit your own needs and goals.

Killing it on Kobo sets out the basics as well as giving further detail on optimising pre-order sales, pricing and promotions. Writing this review now reminds me there are chapters I need to reread as I have a new release looming so it’s a book you can dip in and out of as and when you need a refresher.

I have set myself a specific goal for sales at Kobo this Autumn and I look forward to seeing if, with the help of the information in this book I can meet it.

Kobo is an essential platform if you are an author who does not believe in exclusivity and this book an essential read to help you find out all you need to know about Kobo.

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2 Responses to #TuesdayBookBlog #bookreview for #nonfiction Killing it on Kobo by Mark Leslie LeFebvre @markleslie #kobo
  1. I couldn’t resist your message, Georgia, so I have bought a copy in the hope it will help me market my latest book better…

    • I hope you find it useful, Jaye. It’s always good to see what other options are out there and Mark’s book is very helpful. I was encouraged when I heard an author was selling 1000 books a month on Kobo! I have set my own goal and I wish you all the best with yours. Good luck!


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