Kindletrends is market research for the Kindle Store in a newsletter. Subscribe for USD15/month (the first month is free) and every week I’ll send you data-rich newsletters on major categories in the Kindle Store.

Weekly and monthly newsletters

If you want detailed information about your genre, Kindletrends speeds up your research.  I get all the information for you, summarise it in straightforward charts, and deliver it to you every week.

“Kindletrends is invaluable for building a great AMS ad. It’s easy to find exactly the books I need to target, especially through sorting by the tags that are included. It used to be a chore to search Amazon and identify books for my ads, but now I can build a quality AMS ad in a fraction of the time. Highly recommended.”—Lana Love, USA Today bestselling Short Romance author

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Make your covers to-market

See what’s selling in your genre right away, and compare your own titles.  Every week and month you get downloadable montages of the top covers, plus links to the store so you can access the books

“Kindletrends has helped me in nearly every area to get my pen name on track: niche competition, cover analysis, pricing comparisons, title and blurb examples, and even ever-elusive keywords! As a new author, the tool has been absolutely invaluable to me. I could never have finally found my pen name’s path without it.”—K.S. Blackwood, Paranormal Romance Author

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Make ads quickly and easily

Target books in your genre with AMS ads using the downloadable data provided for you. Every week and month, I send you a spreadsheet of titles, keywords and blurbs for the top books, ready for upload to your Amazon Marketing Dashboard.

Try it out for the first month free

After that it’s USD15/month, and you can cancel whenever you want. I want Kindletrends to be obvious value for you; that is, it should clearly and obviously pay for itself, every single month. If it doesn’t, I’ll just give you back your money.

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Who makes it?

Me, Nat Connors. I’ve been a self-published fiction author since 2016, and I’m also a research academic and data scientist. Most importantly, I work at writing every day; I use the information in Kindletrends myself to help me outline, write and launch my own books.

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I started doing this for myself back in 2016, then started sharing it with my friends to help them out – and now I want to share it with the self-publishing community as a whole.

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My promise

I’ll always give you clear explanations for how the data in Kindletrends is collated, and I’ll never take advertising or any kind of sponsorship. I’m not a company, I’m a person; your money goes to help pay for my groceries.

  • Do you want to try it for free for a month? Subscribe using the button above, and find out if it’s useful for yourself.
  • Do you want to know more about what to do with the data? Go here and I’ll give you some ideas.
  • Do you really like it, but you’re not making any money yet, and so you can’t justify the expense? Go here, and let’s talk.
  • Got questions about how it works? Here’s the FAQ.
  • If that doesn’t answer your question, or doesn’t make sense, email me, and I’ll tell you all about it.