How To Easily Write A Best-Selling Ebook

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Booktango, Nov 11, 2013 - Business & Economics
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How To Easily Write A Best-Selling Ebook. Congratulations! You have taken the first step towards your goal of writing your first ebook, or a best-selling ebook! You no doubt have had the thoughts in your head about a specialized subject that you believe yourself to be an “authority” on. Now you want to put it in written form so that everyone can read your thoughts and views. You wish to write a book or an ebook. Writing ebooks is a wonderful process for the simple reason that it can be very lucrative and make money for the author for years to come. Ebooks, unlike hard copy books, can be sold globally, yes world over to all that have access to the internet. It also offers fledgling or newbie authors the option to use an alternative means of transport to get into the publishing industry. In years past, it was a major task to do so. Oftentimes a writer, after spending many long months or even years completing a project, found rejection upon attempting to submit the project to an agent, agency or publishing company. However, with the ability to write ebooks, the power and option is now given to the writer and author to choose how they wish to publish their work in it’s final form. It is to be noted though that all projects are not successful. So it should go without saying that not every book written will be a best-seller. But, however it turns out, you will have accomplished a major feat and can then say “I did it!”

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How To Easily Write A BestSelling Ebook
The Pros And Cons of Writing An Ebook
Research Your Subject Matter
Find Time To Write
The Time Has Come To Write
Editing And Proofreading
The Book Cover
The Title
The Description
The Length Of Your Ebook
The Disclaimer Page
Copywriting And Protecting Your Work

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