EASY KINDLE COOKBOOK PROFITS
How To Create Simple Kindle Recipe Books That
Earn $50 A Day Passively …. Even Without
Much Promotion Or Reviews
Brought to you by Audrey Ly
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Table of Contents
Introduction ………………………………………………………………………… page 4
Selecting a Profitable Recipe Niche ……………………………………… page 6
Kindle Recipe Books Creation …………………………………………….. page 14
Publishing Your Kindle Recipe Books …………………………………… page 18
Set Up Your Automated Kindle Recipe Books Sales Machine … page 26
Conclusion …………………………………………………………………………… page 32
I started publishing on kindle 6 months ago. I have published many different type of
kindle books such as non-fiction, children stories, recipes, as well as fiction. I wrote some
and outsourced most of them.
In the beginning, I have no system, I simply published books in the niche which I have
interest in. Then I left them alone and see if they sell. If they do sell, I then invest further
to promote it and outsource more books in that niche. Then one day, my mom told me that
she wanted to share her own recipes that she has been compiling for over 20 years. She
basically wrote her recipes in scraps of paper and kept them in a paper folder.
We then spent the next 3 months compiling, put them in different categories and writing
them out in digital format. After all the hard work, we have 8 books ready to be published.
I uploaded the books to kindle… and waited. After the books were approved, I started
seeing sales coming in even before I started the free promotion. Then I did free promotion
and the download shot through the roof without me promoting it. It was pretty amazing as
our niche is not a popular one.
After that, I added a few tricks and the sales of the recipe books keep coming in month
after month. I will share all these little tricks and tips in this book.
First of all, why publish cookbooks? Aren’t there enough free recipes all over the internet?
Who would want to buy something that is available free?
People will pay for convenience and learning new ideas. People do not just buy one recipe
book, they will buy again and again just to discover a better , healthier , tastier way to cook
pasta, for example. I know one best selling book on breakfast sandwiches. The book is just
about different ways to making sandwiches for breakfast. And I am sure you have seen the
book on 101 ways to cook eggs.
Secondly, recipes are evergreen. The basic method of cooking spaghetti or steak is pretty
much the same in the next 10 years. You do not need to update it … ever. Truly create it
and forget it.
Thirdly, recipes are main stream. Everyone need recipes. From moms, dads, single men
and women, couples, kids, moms-to-be, grandparents, people with special health
Last but not least, recipe books are easy to produce even if you can cook nothing but
instant noodles. More importantly, they are easy to outsource on the cheap.
If you are thinking if the recipe niche can be saturated, it probably is already. Think of it
this way, saturation means there is money to be made. The recipe niche is so huge that it
won’t be affected by saturation. Look at the book store, there are recipe books every
where! So, there is place for more recipes books. Don’t forget, you are selling to many
other countries around the world. The market for this niche is unlimited.
Selecting A Profitable Recipe Niche
How to find profitable niche keywords for easy ranking
Since we are writing recipe books, we are looking at the main category of Cookbooks,
Food and Wine. Under this category, there are many other smaller sub-categories.
Click on the sub-category you are interest in, if the top 3 books has a best seller ranking of
#20000 or less, the niche is good to go. The lower the ranking the better.
In the image above, the book is selling extremely well, ranking #1100 in the top 100 best
selling books in the Kindle store. Notice the sub-categories this book are ranking in.
Those are profitable too.
Decide on the sub-category you want to work on, you can now drill down further, to a
niche within that sub-category. Now, repeat the process above, look at the top 3 books
within the niche, and look at the ranking. Anything less than #50,000 is good to go.
Once you found your winning niche, now it’s time to do keyword research.
Searching For Profitable Keywords
Now that you have found your winning niche, next we have to find profitable keywords.
Why are keywords important? Picking the right keywords will help buyers find your
book. We will be using these keywords in our title, sub-title, description, and tags.
Use Amazon search tool to start your research in the Kindle store. Simply type in the niche
you want to work with. Let’s say “vegetarian”. This keyword has a whooping 5000 plus
books in the market. This keyword is too competitive. Now you can see Amazon is
suggesting popular keywords with the main keyword “vegetarian” that are being searched
for. This is a great way to get more targeted keyword ideas. The best keyword is one
that has many searches but not over competitive in the first page results.
To get even more keywords, you can start typing letters a, b, c, d, e, f, g etc to get more
Let’s try with “c”… Type in “vegetarian”, followed by the letter ‘c’, you can now see these
interesting ideas here:
I like “vegetarian crockpot recipes”, let’s check out on Amazon and take a look at the
results, there’s only 164 books! Ok, this is a good sign, not many competition here.
Now click the top few books in the results, look at their Best Seller Rank, are they selling?
Click on the 3 top results and scroll down to look at its Amazon Best Seller Rank (BSR).
If they are ranking at less than #20000, it’s good to go.
The top few books on the page rank over #100,000 as shown below. This is not a good
sign. The books here are not selling well.
Now, let’s try with the letter ‘d’, here’s what Amazon suggests:
I like the “vegetarian diet”. Take a look at the books listed on the first page. Check out
their rankings. I found this book titled “Vegetarian: 365 Days of Vegetarian Recipes” has a
very impressive ranking of #6571 with only 4 reviews!
So we know this is a money keyword. We want to make sure this keyword is not too
difficult to rank. Let’s check out the last book in the first page results. This is what I found:
The ranking of this book is over #500,000. We are now confident that we can easily rank
on the first page for the keyword “vegetarian diet”. In fact, if the last book ranks over
#100,000, it’s good. Now you know you have a winning keyword, you can now go to the
Note: Amazon best seller rank is an estimated indication of the amount of sales the
book is getting. For details, please refer here:
When you type in your keyword, here are the questions to ask yourself:
1. Is this keyword too competitive?
Check the number of books available in this niche, if it is more then 2000, try a different
2. Is the keyword profitable?
Check the first 3 books, what is their best seller rank? If they are less than #20000, this is
good. The lower the rank, the better. If you see a rank of less than #5000, you found gold.
3. Can your book get on the first page?
Take a look at the last book in the first page results, if it ranks less than #20000, it is
probably different to compete. Check out the reviews too, if most of the books have tons of
reviews, it is probably difficult to compete too.
Kindle Recipe Books Creation
Creating a Kindle recipe book is not difficult, nor time consuming. Depending on your
preference, you can choose one of these methods to create your Kindle cookbooks.
Method 1: Create The Recipes Yourself
This works great if you are passionate in your cooking. If you love cooking, simply note
down the measurement and ingredients for your dish. Give some simple instructions and
you are good to go.
Alternatively, you can source recipes from your family and friends. Do you have a
traditional family recipes of some sort? That would be a great place to start. Many people
love to learn about traditional recipes. You can even post in popular recipe forums and ask
for recipes, you’ll be surprise at the response. Most are very willing to share their recipes.
If I am using other people recipes, do ask for permission if they allow you to publish their
recipes. I like to give them the credit for their contribution in the book.
Method 2: Rewriting Free Recipes
According to the US copyright law, measurements and ingredients in recipes are not
copyrighted. Only the details, illustration, introduction is copyrighted. You can read
more about recipes copyright law here: http://opensourcecook.com/recipes-copyright-law
All the questions on copyright are answered in that page. It includes a link to the US
copyright law as well.
So what does this mean for us? This is great! You have endless recipes to create kindle
books and profit from it! However, we have to use the information the right way.
Remember, we cannot just copy and paste as Amazon does not allow materials that can be
found free on the internet. So we have to be smart in using these free recipes.
This is what I do.
After deciding on a niche. I will start searching on the internet for free recipes sites. The
one I mentioned above OpenSourceCook.com is a great site. I use it a lot. Another great
sites are AllRecipes.com and Food.com. I usually compile 30-50 quality recipes for my
niche. I will then change the name of the dish, if possible. If I am familiar with the recipe,
I may want to add my own special ingredient to it. I will also rewrite the cooking
To make the recipes unique, I add a few sentences before the actual recipe to introduce the
dish and many add some interesting facts to it. If you are not familiar with the recipes, just
google the dish and get some interesting facts about it. For example, talk about where the
recipe originated from, what is the special ingredient in that recipe and so on. I sometimes
even talk about health benefits of the dishes as I write a lot on healthy recipes. People just
love those little nuggets about the dish.
Another option is adding a whole chapter of introduction of the recipe niche. For example,
if you are writing about “Authentic Italian Pasta Recipes”, you can add an introduction
about the various type of pastas, providing details names, shapes and cooking methods for
pasta with nice free images such as below. It’s very easy to write it yourself or outsource
Method 3: Outsourcing
If compiling and rewriting sound like a lot of work for you, outsource it! You can easily
find recipes writers from sites such as Fiverr, Elance, Freelancer and Odesk.
What About Images?
You do not need to include images in a recipe book but it is recommended. I have seen
many kindle recipe books that do not have even a single image and yet they are selling
Here are some options to obtain images for your book:
– Take the picture yourself – you can create the dish, and take a picture yourself.
– Source images from public domain and royalty free sites. Pixabay has many great
images and all of them are free to use. Flickr has a lot of great food images too.
However, only use the images with creative commons license as show below:
– Purchased from Fiverr gigs that provides royalty free pictures, such as this one
below. If you are new to Fiverr, simply go to Fiverr.com and do a search for “stock
photos”, when the results are displayed, click to sort results by High Rating, to get
the best quality gigs. Make sure you read the reviews to check on the seller’s
– Subscribe to stock photo sites such as Fotolia.com and DollarPhotoClub.com. You
can download images from both of these sites for as low as $1.
– Do take note that you are not using too many images in your book. The more
images you use, the bigger your book file will be, and Amazon will be charge you
more delivery fee, this means less profit for you. If you are using
UltimateEbookCreator, you can now optimize the size of your images easily
without compromising the quality. More details in the next section.
Publishing Your Kindle Recipe Books
For many new Kindle publishers, getting the right format to look good on Kindle is a great
challenge. I started with using the free Open Office to write my Kindle books. I typed out
my recipes as a normal documents. After publishing on kindle, I started getting bad
reviews and refunds from buyers. To my horror, I realized that the formatting and
alignment were completely out when the book is read on a Kindle. Moreover the images
were totally distorted.
I then started looking for options on the internet. There are many tools, both paid and free,
that can do the job. However, I found that most of the tools are not user friendly, has
limited functions and difficult to learn. After a long long search, I finally found the perfect
software to do the job.
Ultimate Ebook Creator
This is a great software that can create ebooks easily in the format that display beautifully
on a Kindle. It has a built in WYSIWYG so you can create your book right in the software.
There is a small learning curve, but the product creator has created very detail video
tutorials which includes a lot of tips and tricks on using the software to create many
different types of kindle books such as quiz books, game books, picture books etc. The
stuff you can do with this software is amazing! You can easily create different styles and
insert images seamlessly with this software.
Pro Tip 1 : I love most is this, you can easily reuse the recipes to create a different kindle
recipe book! For example, you have written a book on chicken recipes, which include
fried chicken, chicken stew, slow cooker chicken, chicken soup, etc. Then, you can easily
take the chicken stew recipes from this book and combine with other stew recipes (beef
stew, vegetable stew etc) and create a new recipe book titled “Healthy Stew Recipes for the
Whole Family”. I find this hack really speeds up my work creating many different
compilation of recipes.
Pro Tip 2: One problem I face when creating a cookbook is the huge size of the mobi file
due to many images that accompany the recipes. Huge files have 2 main disadvantages:
Amazon Kindle charges higher delivery fee for bigger files and it decreases user’s
experience when downloading and reading your book. UltimateEbookCreator has a
solution for this problem. Before you have completed your book, this cool software has
the ability to optimize the images without reducing the quality. I have cookbooks which
have files as big as 20MB and with this software, the file can be reduced to 3 MB with
only one click. I do not have to reduce the images size one by one. This is a huge time
saver and money saver as you save on delivery fee. This is done without compromising
the image quality. I do not know any other software which has this cool function.
The product creator gives impressive support too. He usually replies emails within a day.
If you plan to create Kindle books for the long run, do consider getting this tool. The price
pays back itself many times over. Other then Kindle, this software provide format
conversion as well the right format to publish on other platform such as Smashwords and
Lulu. If you do want to give this software a try, I appreciate if you use my affiliate link:
Click here to view the training videos and learn more about Ultimate Ebook Creator.
Alternatively, if you prefer to save time and not bother to learn about formatting, Fiverr
have some really great gigs for formatting Kindle books, such as this one:
There are many gigs doing formatting for Kindle books. Simply sort the gigs by High
Ratings to get quality gigs. There are many sellers who are doing sub-par work, so do your
Design Your Kindle Book Cover
Your cover is the first contact with your potential buyers. A clean and attractive cover
with a mouth watering, delicious food image works best. Do some research on the type of
food images that attract your target market. You can browse through the best selling books
in your niche and study their cover. Note what stands out. Use an image similar to it.
There are 2 options when it comes to designing your cover – you can design it yourself or
You do not need super technical designing skill to make a simple and attractive cover. For
a start, Kindle provides a free cover creator for you when you upload your book.
Personally I started with using this free tool. Simply choose the layout you like, add title ,
subtitle and author name, choose the color theme, click ‘create’ and you are good to go.
There is also another free tool which I use, http://www.canva.com. This website provides
tools to design various type of images such as posters, covers, Facebook covers, twitter
covers and so on. They offer plenty of free images you can use, you can upload your own
images as well. If you have used a good image inside your recipe book, simply it as your
cover. You can use an image as background, add the title and author name, and you have a
cover for your book.
If you rather outsource, check out the many kindle cover gigs over at Fiverr.com.
Publishing Your Recipe Book on Kindle
After your have completed writing, formatting and proof reading your book, you are ready
to upload to your Kindle account now. If you are not a Kindle publisher yet, you can sign
up free here: https://kdp.amazon.com/
Briefly, here are the steps to upload your book to Kindle:
1. Click on “Add New Title”
2. Fill in your book title and subtitle. Try to use your main keyword here. Eg.
“Vegetarian Diet: 101 Delicious Vegetarian Recipes For Weight Loss”
3. Next, fill in book description. Here is where you sell your book. Tell your buyers
what you are offering. Use your main and related keywords here. Do not stuff
your keywords, but use them within your description. Check out the top selling
books in your niche and model the way they write their copy.
4. Book contributors. Add your name/pen name as the author. If you have a
contributor for your recipes, add their names here.
5. Language – English
6. Verify your publishing rights – choose the option “This is not a public domain
work and I hold the necessary publishing rights. “
7. Categories. You are allowed to choose only 2 categories. You will be looking as
the Cooking categories and choose the most relevant sub-category or niche
8. Search keywords – here is where you add your main keywords and all related
keywords from your earlier research. You are allowed up to a maximum of 7
9. Book release option – choose to release your book now
10. Book cover. You can upload your cover or create a cover using this free tool
11. Next, choose “Do not enable digital rights management”. You want more people
to download or borrow your book. Then click “Browse” to start uploading your
content file. This will take a few minutes. After uploading, check how your book
appears on a kindle using the online previewer tool. Make changes if necessary.
12. Now you are ready to price your book. I usually starts with $0.99 to encourage
downloads and reviews. Once you get some reviews, you want to increase the
price to $2.99 or more to take advantage of the 70% royalty. Which price point is
best for your book? You can easily test a few price point, and Kindle will tell you
what price is the most profitable.
This is very cool. From the chart above, the most profitable price is $4.99. I used
to price most of my books at $0.99. I have more downloads but less overall profits.
However, once I start pricing the books with a higher price point, my profits
13. Finally, if you have a physical version of your kindle book, you may want to
choose it in Kindle Match book program. Otherwise, you can leave this blank.
Choose “allow lending for this book”. Amazon will still pay you if someone
borrows your book. Lending makes up of around 20% of my royalty.
14. Lastly, tick box to agree with Kdp terms and conditions and click “Save and
Publish”. Now your book will be under review and will be live in 12 hours once
Amazon approves it.
Set Up Your Automated Kindle Cookbook
Personally, I prefer to spend my time create more products than spending time on
marketing. I prefer to set up marketing funnels once and let profits roll in month after
month. I do not like to spend time posting on Facebook, Twitter, and other social
platforms. I do not even have an Author Central set up. But this is just me. If you are
already doing social marketing, forum posting, submitting to free books sites, please
continue to do so. What I am sharing below is just what I do.
Step 1: Create a series of cookbooks
Why a series? You can easily create a cross promotion with a series of cookbooks related
to a similar theme. When the buyer buys one of your book, you can sell your other books
in your series to the same buyer.
So what do I mean by the same theme? Let’s say your niche is Vegetarian recipes. You
create your cookbook titled, “Healthy and Delicious Vegetarian Burgers”, do you think the
same buyer would be interested in vegetarian soups, vegetarian appetizers, vegetarian
sandwiches, vegetarian curry, vegetarian rice, vegetarian spaghetti, vegetarian recipes for
kids, vegetarian recipes for dinner, vegetarian cake recipes, vegetarian recipes for the
whole family, Indian vegetarian recipes, Chinese vegetarian recipes, vegetarian recipes for
slimming, vegetarian recipes for diabetics and so on. Can you see how easy it is to create a
series of vegetarian recipe books?
If you are using the Ultimate Ebook Creator software, you can easily create the books
above as many of the recipes overlap with each other. (of course, do not go overboard
with using duplicated recipes for different books as many of your customers may be
repeated buyers.) By the way, vegetarian and vegan recipes are HOT!!! The cookbooks I
listed above are hot money makers!
Another option is to create a series of cookbooks to address a certain health condition. For
example, you can create a series of books for slimming, such as Fat Free Salad Recipes,
Low Fat Dessert Recipes, Juicing Recipes for Weight Loss, Sugar Free Chocolate Recipes,
Healthy Fat Free Burgers and Sandwiches Recipes and so on. I hope you can see the
potential here. You’ll have a list of buyers who want to lose weight, think about the
variety of other slimming products you can sell to them!
After you have all your recipe books done, you want to list all your books in the series at
the end of each cook book. Please refer to the recipe book template if you need a sample.
Step 2: Create a Freebie Related to Your Cookbooks
Now, you want to build your own customer list as well as people who are interested but
have not bought your book. This step is crucial as you want to have your own buyers’ list
so that you can sell to them again and again. Amazon Kindle does not share their
customers’ details with you. After the customers buy from you once, you lose them forever
if you do not capture their contact details.
Do not be put off by this process. It is easier than you thought. In fact, getting potential
buyers to opt-in in the cookbook/recipe niche is much easier then other niches.
Start by creating a free cookbook to entice your buyers/visitors to sign up for your list.
Creating a free cookbook is super easy. Remember we are not publishing this free book on
Kindle, so we can use our good ol’ PLR recipes! You do not even need to edit or rewrite
the PLR recipes. Simply create an attractive cover, and you are set! Just bear in mind that
your book has to be in the same niche as your series of cookbook. For example, if you are
doing the vegetarian niche, your freebie can be “All Time Favorite Vegetarian Gluten Free
If you are really lazy, simply offer an interesting Youtube video as a hook to get
subscribers to give you their email. Take a look at this example: Sample Opt-in Page
It took me only 10 minutes to find the video on Youtube and build the page.
Step 3 : Setting up Your Opt-in Page
An opt-in page (or squeeze page) is the page where you convince your visitor to give you
their contact information in exchange with your free cookbook. You probably have seen
these pages everywhere and opted in many of them. If you are familiar with opt-in pages,
you can skip the rest of this section and proceed to Step 4.
There are many ways to set up opt-in pages. You need to research the options and decide
what works best for you. I started with using free WordPress squeeze page plugin to build
my first opt-in page. I am not a technical person, and it took me half a day to set the page
right. I would not recommend free squeeze page plugins as a lot of them are buggy and not
supported by the creator. If you are really into WordPress plugins, you can check out
FunnelKit. I have bought and used it and it does a decent job.
If you rather not mess with WordPress like me, then you may want to check out this new,
easy landing page builder LandingPageMonkey.com . Similar page builder sites like this
come with a monthly fee. You can build unlimited pages and hosting for only a one time
payment of $29.95 (special early bird price)
They have extensive tutorial videos and their support is first class. Here are some sample
pages which only took me minutes to build:
If you like what you see, do give LandingPageMonkey a try and take advantage of their
early bird special offer. Similar competitors charges $29 to $69 monthly. So this is really
a great deal. Click here to watch a demo video of Landing Page Monkey page builder.
What should you write in your opt-in page?
First, you must have an attractive headline. Then tell your visitors what you are offering in
your free cookbook/video. If you need help in coming up with an irresistible headline, you
can use this free tool here: http://www.internetmarketingcourse.com/freeheadlinegenerator/
Simply key in your offer benefits, you should get some really cool ideas in creating an
attention grabbing headline.
You can list a few main benefits of downloading your cookbook. Alternatively, list some
best recipes your book offers. Add a cover image for your free cookbook. I usually ask
for subscribers’ emails only. You want to make it as easy as possible for the subscriber to
Step 4 : Set up Autoresponder Emails
To build a list, you need an autoresponder to automate sending emails to your subscribers.
As your list is your long term asset, you want to invest in a established autoresponder and
avoid using free ones. There are many paid autoresponders in the market with Aweber,
GetResponse and MailChimp as the main big players. All these companies have good
reputation and service. It is only a matter of personal preference. If you are just starting
out, I would suggest you to go with MailChimp. You get to use their service for free up to
2000 subscribers and 12000 emails. If you really want to go for a free autoresponder, do
check out Listwire.
What to write to your subscribers
The first email is the welcome email to thank your subscriber for requesting the free
cookbook and make sure they can download the book without problems. Let them know
that you will be sending them free recipes and cooking tips in the coming emails.
For the first 2 weeks, you can send them emails every day. Just pick a recipe from your
cookbook and followed by a link to buy your book. I would suggest to give them your
best recipes for free to entice them to buy your Kindle cookbooks.
After the first 2 weeks, I will send follow up emails every 2 days. In this emails, I can give
some cooking tips and promote related Amazon products that will help in their cooking.
For example, if you are giving them your free Italian pasta recipe, recommend a good
pasta maker using your Amazon affiliate links in your email. You can also promote other
related products from Clickbank or other affiliate networks. If you publish any new kindle
cookbooks, email your list about it. Once you get those subscribers on your list, the sky is
So how many emails should you write? The more emails you write, the more money you
will make. The great about this is you only do this once and the autoresponder will do the
rest for you.
Step 5 : Promote Your Sales Funnel
Now that you have an opt-in page set up, with emails all loaded in your autoresponder, you
can now start promoting your opt-in page and start building your list.
For a start, place your opt-in page link in all your Kindle books. Place the link in the first
few pages of your book, preferably after the title page, where it is visible to those who are
browsing your book using the kindle “Look Inside” feature. Below is a sample of what
you can write:
**** FREE ITALIAN PASTA COOKBOOK***
Click here the link to download now: http://freecookbook.com
Limited Copies Only!
A bright colored and attractive cover image attracts visitors to click on your link. As show
above, I usually spell out the URL of the opt-in page as some older version of Kindles may
not display links properly. If that is the case, the visitor can still type out the link to visit
my opt-in page.
After your kindle book is live, you can now start promoting it. Make sure you your books
is listed under Kindle Select to use their free book promotion feature. I usually start
pricing my books at $2.99 or more to take advantage of the 70% royalty. Then promote
your book for free for 3 days, and 2 more days in the following week. I find that listing
my book at the higher price range gets more downloads that listing my book at $0.99
because readers think that they are getting a better deal. It is easy to get hundreds of
downloads for a recipe book especially in popular niches.
If your opt-in page is set up right, you should see loads of subscribers getting on your list.
Expanding Your Cookbook Empire Outside Amazon Kindle
Amazon Kindle, although it is the biggest, is not the only marketplace for self publishers.
There are other publishing platform which are quickly expanding, such as Draft2Digital,
and Smashwords, which distribute to popular publishers such as Apple, Kobo, Scribd,
Oyster and more.
When you first publish on Kindle, you want to enroll in KDP select to promote your books.
Once you choose KdpSelect, your book is not allowed to publish in other platforms for 90
days. Once your book is selling well, you may want to discontinue KdpSelect and publish
in other platforms. With the Ultimate Ebook Creator software, you can easily export your
book in different formats for these platforms without further work.
Here are the steps to publishing your first series of successful Kindle recipe books:
1. Find a profitable recipe niche and keywords
2. Create your recipe books – decide if you want to:
– write it yourself,
– compile free recipes on the internet and outsource the rewriting
3. Create a free cookbook in your niche to be given away. Use PLR or resell rights
4. Create your opt-in page. Offer your free cookbook in exchange for subscriber’s
5. Write your promotional emails, offer free recipes and cooking tips.
6. Promote your opt-in page:
– Place opt-in page links in all your Kindle books.
– Use kindle free book promotion feature spread over 2 weeks to get as many
downloads as possible.
7. Start creating your next cookbook series and watch your profits roll in month after
I have included a Resource file . If you have questions, please feel free to contact me :
firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll be happy to answer your questions.
To your Kindle publishing success,
EASY KINDLE COOKBOOK PROFITS