I have a few ebooks out there right now, specifically Uploaded Fairy, Nymphs Of Winter Fire, The Hatchling Song, Beamer The Shape And Other Stories, O Raphael, Love The Poet And Other Poems, Sarah's Complete Poetry, and The Vet Who Loved A Cat. Don't ask, I was experiencing a mental breakdown/hypergraphia phase of my writing life.
Not published are a few current stories and The Cat Who Longed For Mortal Love.
In the Mobe versions, at the end of each mobe it says published by Bookrix. Using that as an alternative to Wattpad until I get Mintpad up and running.
Will this label of Published by Bookrix cause conflict if I'm wanting to put it on on Amazon? Or will I need to use the venues on the site to putting it up on Amazon?
I mean it's not a big deal either way, it just means more hoops to go through.
I'm thinking of Trade publishing for my life's work after these books.
Update: Issue seems to be solved.
Honestly, they probably won't even notice. I've seen ebooks published without ISBNs or copyright page. I've seen ebooks that weren't even books. I've seen ebooks rip apart my whole family. I cried, help! Help! But no one listened. I died. I personally would convert it to .epub in Calibre and then edit it in a program called Sigil, then convert it back in Calibre. You can edit in Calibre too somehow, but I didn't like it as much.
I didn't think about that, Calibre is like my favorite program right now. It basically allows me to read mobe files on Linux. (Yes yes, recent convert to Linux Kernal.)
Alright I'm publish the rest of them then. Slowly of course, I have like four novellas it turns out. (It turns out Pocket Watch Fairies was actually a novella, the abiword on my windows laptop actually got the word count wrong.)
I don't think I could write at the speed I was. I was writing in such panicky frenzy I can't explain. I guess it was my mood at the time.
I don't really understand the question. If you self-publish Kindle books on Amazon, you get to choose the name of the publisher when you put in all the book info.