I recently published a book called Education Conferences: Teachers' Guide to Getting the Most out of Education Conferences. It is my first foray into publishing on the Amazon Kindle platform, and indeed my first self-published book for a decade.
There still remains the suspicion amongst many people that self-publishing is the last refuge of the wannabe author, the person whose writing is simply not good enough to be seriously considered for investing in by a traditional publishing house.
However, these days that may not be the reason at all. In my case, I wanted to write a book on a narrowly-defined topic, and see it 'in print' as soon as possible.
Anyway, I believe I have already established my credentials, having had over a dozen books traditionally published, and been offered contracts by two traditional publishers in the past year.
I wrote the 'Conferences' book because it can be quite hard for teachers to obtain permission to go to a conference, and once there it can be a bit daunting. This was my answer to such predicaments. It contains around 350 tips, and at the time of writing this has attracted five 5 star reviews on Amazon.
You can find out more information by clicking on the book cover, or click on the book's Amazon page to buy it straight away.