Getting Your Book into the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library on Amazon KDP
The Kindle Owners’ Lending Library (KOLL) is a program that allows Amazon Kindle users to borrow books for free for a limited time. It’s a great way to get your book in front of new readers, and it can also help you boost your sales.
In this post, we’ll show you how to get your book into the KOLL. We’ll cover everything from preparing your book to submitting it to Amazon. So if you’re ready to start lending your book to Kindle users, read on!
Preparing Your Book
The first step to getting your book into the KOLL is to make sure it’s properly prepared. Here are a few things you need to do:
- Make sure your book is in .mobi format.
- Include a cover image that is at least 1,200 pixels wide and 600 pixels high.
- Add a description of your book that is at least 500 characters long.
- Include keywords that describe your book.
Once you’ve made sure your book is properly prepared, you can submit it to Amazon.
Submitting Your Book to Amazon
To submit your book to the KOLL, you need to have an Amazon KDP account. If you don’t have one, you can create one for free.
Once you have an Amazon KDP account, you can submit your book by following these steps:
- Log in to your Amazon KDP account.
- Click the “Books” tab.
- Click the “Add New Title” button.
- Follow the instructions to upload your book.
- Select the “Kindle Owners’ Lending Library” option.
- Click the “Submit” button.
Once you’ve submitted your book, it will be reviewed by Amazon. If your book is approved, it will be added to the KOLL within 24 hours.
Promoting Your Book in the KOLL
Once your book is in the KOLL, you can start promoting it to Kindle users. Here are a few things you can do:
- Share your book on social media.
- Write blog posts about your book.
- Submit your book to book review sites.
- Run a giveaway of your book.
By promoting your book in the KOLL, you can reach a wider audience and increase your sales.
The Kindle Owners’ Lending Library is a great way to get your book in front of new readers. By following the steps in this post, you can get your book into the KOLL and start lending it to Kindle users today!
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