Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing now available for five Indian languages
Amazon’s self-publishing platform Kindle Direct Publishing has now extended in India for five Indian languages. This could be the first time Amazon is adding five different languages from a single country to the Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP).
From the company’s new announcement, the new five Indian languages added to the Amazon KDP will be Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, and Malayalam. Indian writers who write in Indian languages, other than English, will now be able to publish their e-books to the Amazon Kindle platform immediately, and completely free. The royalty up to 70% is also assured with the KDP publishing.
With most number of publishers and users, Amazon Kindle and Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) has become the most favorite platform for writers who like to direct publish their e-books. The availability of KDP in new Indian language also helps many regional writers to keep going forth with their writing and books effectively. Starting from 2012, Indian writers were able to publish their books through KDP, but only in the English language.
The entire publishing process takes up about only 5 minutes in KDP and the books will be visible in the Kindle store across the globe in 24 to 48 hours. Writers from almost 34 languages can now publish their e-books through Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing from the KDP website.