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Developing Kindle-versions

Posted on 2011-09-06
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Dear experts,

I have some books that I would like to publish on a kindle (for PC and devices).

1. How do I develop a book in kindle format (the books are in word format)?
2. How can I make sure it can be sold via Amazon (it would be great if I could sell it from my own own website)?

Thanks,
DanishCoder
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amazon has a "kindle developers kit" that you would use for this purpose.
As you selling from your website, I do not believe that is possible - i think all kindle books need to go through amazon.
here is the KDK link:

http://kdk.amazon.com/gp/vendor/kindlepubs/kdk/gateway?ie=UTF8&originatingURI=%2Fgp%2Fvendor%2Fmembers%2Fkindlepubs%2Fkdk%2Fhome
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I believe you are right, Jerrypd.
Thanks for your help...
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