Amazon Author Page
An Amazon Author Page believe it or not is for authors of books that are listed on Amazon 🙂
I’m celebrating because my first book How To Drive Like An idiot In Bacolod is now available on Amazon Kindle for $4.99. Yay! Yay! 🙂
I am sure you will all buy it.
Click below and it will take you to my book on Amazon where you can purchase it.
Here is a closer look at the book cover –
And here is a link to my Page.
I would ask that you please leave a review of the book in the event you do buy it. Reviews are vitally important in the world of publishing and I would truly appreciate you leaving a review.
Well, what about the title of this post “How to Create an Amazon Author Page”? It is actually so simple a child could do that. You just follow the instructions “on the label.”
The difficult part is writing the book. The even more difficult part is formatting the book for publication. There is more to self-publishing than meets the eye. In some ways, the writing of a book is the easy part. You also need a book cover design. That can be a hit and miss affair. I am fortunate in finding Annoula on Fiverr. She has done a great job for me twice now and I thoroughly recommend her as a true professional.
If any of you need advice about self-publishing then shout out. I will be pleased to assist.
This is what the Amazon page has to say about my book –
Author Stephen Bentley tells of his experiences as a British expat in facing the culture shock of driving on the roads of Bacolod in the Philippines. “How to Drive Like an Idiot in Bacolod” includes real-life examples of some of the idiotic driving seen on Bacolod’s highways. They are not isolated cases but indicative of the chaos on the streets. The author catalogues a list of defensive driving tips based on his impressive credentials as a driver including a background as a UK police-trained driver. This advice helps both Bacolod residents and travelers alike in how to survive in the midst of chaos.
“… From drivers, pedestrians and the ubiquitous city street vendors, we can learn more than just a thing or two on how we should conduct ourselves safely on the road from the characteristically tongue-in-cheek British wit and sometimes audaciously blunt observations of the author as he manoeuvres in Bacolod traffic.
Next to getting behind the wheel of a vehicle, this book is the closest you can get to experience “How to Drive Like an Idiot in Bacolod.” – R. BUTCH S. BACAOCO, Former Editor-in-Chief, Sun.Star Bacolod Newspaper”
I do hope you enjoy the book. More to the point, I hope it keeps you safe!Follow Me On Social Media
So iddle be yous buy’n de next bevie.
Scouse or Irish accent? 🙂
I use a website http://www.whoohoo.co.uk to translate into the various UK dialects. It’s fun 🙂