According to https://wordsrated.com/self-published-book-sales-statistics/, 300 million self-published books are sold each year.
I am thinking about, in the future, uploading (i.e., self-publishing) two books to Amazon:
(i) One that I re-typeset that I believe is in the public domain.
(ii) One that I composed myself.
I don't know who will appear as the publisher---perhaps, say, "ABC publishing" (if Amazon allows me to insert a name) or Kindle Direct Publishing.
In any case, I am wondering if either I or KDP Amazon could get sued if, say, (i) someone wanted to contest my assertion that the first book is in the public domain; or, (ii) if someone did not like what I wrote in the second case and wanted to sue for whatever reason?
Reasonably, can such occur; and if so, who would get sued---me or Amazon? If me, how may I protect myself?
I would like to make the books available to the French and United States markets.