If you want to know how to write a book for Kindle, then there are some publishing guidelines you will need to follow to have a successful experience. So how do you write a book for Kindle? It begins with signing up for an account in the first place. KDP will not accept work that contains offensive content. KDP also has a clause which states they will not accept a book that generates a poor-reader experience.
Sometimes I wake up in the night and have an idea I want to jot down. More importantly, handwriting notes on a paper tablet keeps them trapped on paper unless I photograph or scan the page and import it into Evernote. Back in the days of Pocket PC and Palm devices, I used a pocket sized solution for this kind of note taking. Palm Graffiti was an awesome input solution years ago and more recently made a comeback on Android. Back in July I was on a quest to find a workable handwriting solution for handwriting on my Nook Color tablet. The solution I arrived at was to use an app called Handrite Note, which is also available for the Kindle Fire.
The Fire uses its own. If you have an e-book library with books purchased from the Nook, Kobo, or Google Books apps, and you'd like to access them on your Kindle Fire, you're in luck. These methods should work for any version of Amazon's Kindle Fire. This article focuses on accessing Nook books, but these approaches will work for any EPUB format books.
One of the factors that decides whether your book will be successful or a flop on Amazon Kindle is the formatting. While reading a book, have you ever seen the text all run together, paragraphs with weird characters, or chunks of text that just seems to go on forever? Poor formatting makes it difficult to read your book.