Learn How to Write Books That You Will Be Proud to Sell
Thomas Kaye, Oct 3, 2008 - 180 pages
You too, can write a book!It's easier that you think. This book will show you how you can use your everyday life, talents or expertise to form the basis of a new book and how you can communicate them in a clear, compelling and organized manner. You will find out that becoming a published author is actually within your reach.The book focuses on non-fiction writing, since non-fiction depends mostly on your research rather your writing skills. Non-fiction books are also easier to sell since they are either solving problems or provide information.The book explains in detail a strategy that works for many authors which breaks the whole writing and publishing process into smaller steps. You will be shown all the necessary steps you need to take for becoming a successful self-published author.
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