A Book Inside: How to Write, Publish, and Sell Your Story

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Plain & Simple Books, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 104 pages
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This easy-to-read, follow and comprehend book takes the reader through a step-by-step process never previously compiled into one book alone. A short, 128 page ┐writer┐s dream book┐ with up-to-date resources and endless confidence building knowledge explores the traditional, self-publishing and print-on-demand options available to every author as well as numerous unique and proven methods to sell their book.

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”A welcome and highly recommended addition to personal and professional Writing/Publishing reference shelves,”
November 14, 2008
By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA)
Midwest Book Review
“It seems that every season there are more and more 'how to' books being published for aspiring writers yearning to be published. One of the latest is also one of the best. "A Book Inside: How To Write, Publish, And Sell Your Story" is a succinct 104-page compendium packed from cover to cover with practical, real-world information, strategies and techniques dealing with the necessity for completing a saleable manuscript, compiling its pages into book form, identifying and selecting an appropriate publishing option, selling the book in traditional and non-traditional markets, and publicizing, promoting, and marketing the book without significant capital expense. Carol Denbow writes with a particular, experienced-based expertise as the author of three books and the editor of nine websites including 'A Book Inside' online. Especially appropriate for, and recommended to, the novice author needing to master the 'learning curve' for become a successfully published author in today's highly competitive marketplace, "A Book Inside" is a welcome and highly recommended addition to personal and professional Writing/Publishing reference shelves.”
 

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