[Free Kindle Book] How to Discover Best-Selling Amazon Kindle Nonfiction Book Ideas

How to Discover Best-Selling Amazon Kindle Non-Fiction Book IdeasI’m pleased to announce the release of my 3rd Kindle book:

“How to Discover Best-Selling Amazon Kindle Nonfiction Book Ideas”

The best part?

I’m offering a free download for the next five days.  From today (September 24th) all the way to the end of Friday (September 28th); you can grab a free copy of this Kindle book.

Here are the details…

[title color=”green-vibrant” align=”scmgccenter” font=”verdana” style=”normal” size=”scmgc-2em”]The Right Way to Get Non-Fiction Kindle Book Ideas[/title]

You might wonder: “Why did I write a whole book about discovering non-fiction book ideas?  Isn’t this a topic that’s been covered by other authors”

Honestly, I’ve found there is a ton of misinformation about Kindle publishing from many ‘Amazon experts.’  They want you to believe it’s easy to publish just any old  title and you’ll achieve instant success.

The reality is much different.

Success with Kindle publishing starts with the right book idea.  You need to find those specific marketplaces where people are spending money.  Then you need the right angle to create something unique.  And finally you have to publish multiple titles that will scale your Kindle business into a full-time income.

With my title, “How to Discover Best Selling-Amazon Kindle Nonfiction Book Ideas,”  I detail the same strategy that I use to locate profitable niches and book ideas.  I know this system works because it’s what I’m doing.

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I’ll be upfront with you.  There are three reasons why I’m giving away this book:

1.  I Want People to Find the Right Niches: Recently I’ve had a couple of readers email me about their Kindle books.  They want reviews and testimonials… which I don’t mind giving.  The problem is some have book ideas that I KNOW won’t sell on Amazon.  It’s not like they picked a bad topic.  It’s that they picked a bad topic for Amazon.

Kindle readers are pretty selective about what type of content they like.  The main reason I’m giving away free copies of this book is to help my regular blog readers find topics that will actually be profitable.

2.  I Need Reviews: One of the ways that Amazon ranks a title is through the number of positive “Amazon Verified Purchases.”  The more reviews you get on a title, the more you’ll be found by other prospective buyers.

So I’m asking that you download this freebie and submit a review if you find this information to be useful. (Here is the link to the book in the Amazon marketplace.)

3. I Need “Shares” and “Re-Tweets”: I’m also testing the results of doing a formal launch for my Kindle titles.  So I need help with getting the word out.  If you’re in a giving mood, I’d like you to Re-Tweet the following:

[quote type=”medium” align=”left”] Get Steve’s FREE Kindle on discovering best-selling Amazon nonfiction book ideas  (Re-Tweet This Message!) [/quote]

Those are the three main reasons I’m giving away free copies of How to Discover Best-Selling Amazon Kindle Nonfiction Book Ideas

[title color=”green-vibrant” align=”scmgccenter” font=”verdana” style=”normal” size=”scmgc-2em”]What If I Don’t Own a Kindle Reader?[/title]

I know some people haven’t jumped on the Amazon eBook bandwagon because they don’t own a Kindle.  What’s cool is you don’t need a Kindle to access these books.  (Actually, I do all my reading on an iPhone 4.)

You can read Kindle books on iPhones, iPads, Android, and other smartphones.  In addition, you can access this material through Amazon’s Cloud Reader on your desktop computer.

In short, it’s really simple to read Amazon Kindle books – No matter what type of device you use to access the Internet.


Here is the download link to my free book ==> http://www.stevescottsite.com/nonfiction

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28 thoughts on “[Free Kindle Book] How to Discover Best-Selling Amazon Kindle Nonfiction Book Ideas”

  1. Nice! I actually have a nonfiction ebook ideas Kindle book in the works, too, but mine will take a different approach. I think that creating a nonfiction ebook idea is the easiest way for someone to create their first infoproduct. I downloaded your book (and listed it on fkb.me, of course) and am excited to read it.

    I freaking love my Kindle, but these days I probably do more reading on my iPhone 4 than I do on my Kindle. It’s just so freaking convenient.

    • Thanks again for the support Tristan! I agree that Kindle books are the perfect segue into creating a full-blown information product. For me, I’m rethinking my original strategy of creating small reports and will now publish content via the Kindle platform.

      Anyway…agree that reading on iPhone 4 is pretty darn convenient. For instance, last night I forgot the book I was reading while I was staying at my girlfriend’s place. So I just downloaded one of the top books on the freebie list and had an awesome book to read. Amazon is making it crazy simple to get content!

  2. Hey Steve,
    Thanks for the book, will review once complete. Retweeting and FB now. Will also see if I can post on LinkedIn…my latest quest for traffic:) Here’s hoping the book kills!

    • hey Seth,

      Appreciate the heads up about the typo. I actually had to go back and edit a few others. The sad fact is I *thought* I sufficiently proofread my book. Oh well…

      Anyway…glad to see you’re enjoying the material.

  3. Hi Steve

    Thanks for the download, and for the Kindle case Study as well. Retweeted and posted on FB. Am still feeling my way with my first Kindle ebook so will follow your exploits with great interest. Good luck!


    • Awesome Kieran! Keep me posted on the development of your first book. I’d love to hear how you’re doing.

      Also, thanks for sharing this post on FB & Twitter. Appreciate the support.

  4. Steve, I don’t know how you do it but somehow you always keep being on FIRE man.

    Thanks for the shout out to get the book for free right now and I will write a review on it very soon man.

    All the best and keep rockin’ my man! 😉


    • Sorry about that Chris. I try to tell as many people as possible for five days…but sometimes things slip through the cracks.

      Anyway, I’m releasing another Kindle book in a few weeks. So be sure to keep your eyes out for that.

      (By the way, thanks for buying the book. You rock!)

  5. Dang, I went camping and missed the freebie.

    EBook publishing is one of the three elements to my own online business strategy. I’ve been selling some pretty useful books on my own website and have helped dozens of people. It’ll be interesting to see how your strategy differs from mine.

    • Sorry about that Bill. I try to tell as many people as possible…

      I’m going to release another freebie in a few weeks. So you might want to check out that as well.

      • Yeah, I thought you were busy Steve, but you’ve not missed much on my site so don’t worry about it 🙂 Great series you are currently doing on Kindle publishing Steve and I really enjoyed your eBook too by the way!

  6. Hey George – Sorry about that. It was from September 24th to 28th. With that said, I’m publishing another book in a few weeks. That will also be available for free for a few days. So be sure to check back here regularly for free stuff 🙂

  7. Hi Steve,
    I’m impressed by your content. I’m going to download your freebie and I appreciate you putting it out there for your visitors. I’m trying to develop my own process for creating and testing ideas at minimal cost but I’m extremely overwhelmed. Do you have testing concepts that apply to testing ideas for non-Amazon informational products? For example, if I wanted to promote a DVD/workbook guide-type products for higher margins does the game change? Just curious on your thoughts, I appreciate what you’re doing man, thanks.

    • Thanks Nicholas. Appreciate you checking out my freebie. To be honest, I don’t really know a heck of lot about vetting information products outside of the Amazon space. Really, the best strategies is to study what’s selling, talk to your audience and run “test” Facebook ads. But it’s my experience that your audience will TELL you what they want.

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