How to Write a Book That Doesn t Suck and Will Actually Sell

Discover How to Kick Writer's Block in the @$% (for Frickin' Good!) Tired of the usual "just keep writing" advice about writer's block?

Author: Michael Rogan

Publisher: Self Pub Nation

ISBN: 0990501337



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Wanna learn how to write a book that doesn't suck...and will actually make you moolah? Well, in "How to Write a Book That Doesn't Suck" you'll discover the secrets to turning your insight, expertise (and crazy rants) into actual income.

How To Write and Publish Non Fiction

But what if you don't want to sell your book? What if just knowing you are helping people is reward enough? In this guide you'll learn why charging for your book will actually help more people than giving it away for free!

Author: Kenn Crawford

Publisher: Crawford House Publishing

ISBN: 1989911080


Page: 176

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So you wanna write a nonfiction book? Great! But where do you begin? With some quick research you'll discover that 95% of people who start to write their book never finish it. Well that's a bit disheartening, isn't it? It must be really hard if so many people gave up before they even finished. The truth is, it's not actually all that difficult, but there is some work involved, and that's one of the reasons why so many people quit when the novelty of being a writer wore off. They had this pie-in-sky fantasy of sitting at their keyboard and letting their muse take over... that the words would just flow through them as their fingers danced across the keyboard. Hogwash! That's not the way it works. Waiting for inspiration to strike means you might have one book finished by the time you're on your death bed... and your book will probably suck. Sorry, but it's true. If you don't spend time honing your craft by only writing when you "feel" like it, or you don't have your ideas organized properly so people can make sense of your book, if you actually finish it, it's not going to be very good. But... There is a "secret" to writing. Do you want to know what it is? The secret to writing is to write. That's it. That's the big secret. Write every day and every day your writing will get better. It doesn't matter if you are writing fiction, non-fiction, a screenplay, or a song, you have to organize your thoughts and ideas or else you'll end up with gibberish that nobody will want to read. I've written all those things - I'm a published songwriter, author, filmmaker, and I wrote a weekly newspaper column, so I have a wee bit of experience, which is why I wrote this guide... to share my experiences with you to save you time, money, and frustration so you're not just another wannabe writer who kinda-sorta tried but gave up. Let me help you be the exception to the rule so you actually finish your book. But why non-fiction? Because they are easier to write. AND they're easier to sell. Ignore those so-called gurus who tell you to find a profitable niche and write about it because chances are, you'll grow tired or bored (or both) and give up. With my guide, you'll learn how to find profitable niches you actually want to write about! You'll learn how to outline and organize your book so you're not writing blind. And you'll learn about formatting, book covers, and pricing your book. But what if you don't want to sell your book? What if just knowing you are helping people is reward enough? In this guide you'll learn why charging for your book will actually help more people than giving it away for free! If you always want to write a book but didn't know where to start, or perhaps you're worried that you're not an 'expert' or have enough authority in your niche to write a book about it, then this guide is for you. "One of these days, is none of these days." That old proverb pretty much sums it up... if you keep waiting until "one of these days" to write that book you keep saying you're going to write, you'll never write it! I know it, you know it... so stop thinking about writing your book and let's get started! AND, at only 99 cents* for the ebook version of my guide, you have no excuse for not getting started right now! Order my guide today and start writing your book tomorrow! *** Ebook priced at 99 cents USD - Limited Time Offer ***

How to Make a Damn Good Living with Your Book

Well, in "How to Make a Damn Good Living With Your Book" you'll discover: - How Audio Books Can Change Your Life (and Your Bank Account) - What the Hell is a Smashwords and How It Can Help You Make Money? - 8 Keys to Seeing Your Words in ...

Author: Michael Rogan

Publisher: Self Pub Nation

ISBN: 0990501388



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Discover How to Publish a Book That Will Actually SellWanna learn how to publish a book that doesn't suck...and will actually make you moolah? Wanna turn your self-publishing efforts into a reliable source of kick-ass income? Looking for a NO B.S., super-simple guide to getting published, getting noticed...and getting paid?Well, in "How to Make a Damn Good Living With Your Book" you'll discover:¿How Audio Books Can Change Your Life (and Your Bank Account) ¿What the Hell is a Smashwords and How It Can Help You Make Money?¿8 Keys to Seeing Your Words in Print ¿How to Become a Bestselling Author in Slovakia?¿and so much more!And each chapter includes easy-to-follow action steps to help you boost your self publishing game - without taking a single $2,000 online course. So, why not begin your quest to self-publishing awesomeness today with "How to Make a Damn Good Living With Your Book"

Author 101

book. Then include what readers will gain from reading it and what you promise to deliver. ... If writing is truly important to you, set aside a specific time each day to actually put pen to paper. Even if you can spare only ten or ...

Author: Rick Frishman

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 9781630473754

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 250

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The Fast Track to Getting published! “Are you ready to get out of the slush piles? With the expert tutelage of Frishman and Spizman, an author can increase his/her chances of publication many times over.” – John Kremer, author, "1001 Ways to Market Your Books" “I’ve got a great idea for a book!” But a great idea is not enough---what you need is a killer book proposal. With publishing gurus Rick Frishman and Robyn Spizman as your guides, you can create a proposal that makes your idea sing---and appeals to the right publishers. And once you secure that coveted book deal, Frishman and Spizman give you all you need to know to conceptualize, write, market, and turn your powerful message into a bestseller. We all need a guide on the journey through the publishing world and these experts take you by the hand and help navigate the hypercompetitive book industry. We all have an amazing message within. Now is the time to share it with the world to change your life and the lives of your audience.


I can follow a sure-tobe-marketable idea and realize I have zero passion for it. If I have no passion for it, the writing will suck. ... As an agent I have a general idea what a book will sell for, give or take.

Author: Manjula Martin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781501134579

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

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A collection of essays from today’s most acclaimed authors—from Cheryl Strayed to Roxane Gay to Jennifer Weiner, Alexander Chee, Nick Hornby, and Jonathan Franzen—on the realities of making a living in the writing world. In the literary world, the debate around writing and commerce often begs us to take sides: either writers should be paid for everything they do or writers should just pay their dues and count themselves lucky to be published. You should never quit your day job, but your ultimate goal should be to quit your day job. It’s an endless, confusing, and often controversial conversation that, despite our bare-it-all culture, still remains taboo. In Scratch, Manjula Martin has gathered interviews and essays from established and rising authors to confront the age-old question: how do creative people make money? As contributors including Jonathan Franzen, Cheryl Strayed, Roxane Gay, Nick Hornby, Susan Orlean, Alexander Chee, Daniel Jose Older, Jennifer Weiner, and Yiyun Li candidly and emotionally discuss money, MFA programs, teaching fellowships, finally getting published, and what success really means to them, Scratch honestly addresses the tensions between writing and money, work and life, literature and commerce. The result is an entertaining and inspiring book that helps readers and writers understand what it’s really like to make art in a world that runs on money—and why it matters. Essential reading for aspiring and experienced writers, and for anyone interested in the future of literature, Scratch is the perfect bookshelf companion to On Writing, Never Can Say Goodbye, and MFA vs. NYC.

Change of Heart Snowy Ridge Love at Starlight Book 4

I felt so good about the book I wrote, like, I really thought that this was the one. This was the book that would finally land me an agent and would sell to a publisher. ... must really suck.” “I'm sure it doesn't suck,” Becca insisted.

Author: Kris Jett

Publisher: Kris Jett


Category: Family & Relationships


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WELCOME TO STARLIGHT: A sweet and sexy small-town romance series set at a family-owned pub in the picturesque snowmobiling town of Snowy Ridge, Wisconsin. Becca Stillwell didn’t have the highest of hopes for her move back to Snowy Ridge, Wisconsin, following a disastrous divorce. But it was a chance to start over and find her own way in the world. Rekindling a childhood friendship with Luci Foster and taking on two jobs has kept her busy and hasn’t allowed for too much time to think about her ex and his new model girlfriend. With hard work and a sense of humor, things could only improve, right? When Cooper Stone turned thirty years old, he decided to get serious. He’d always had the dream of owning his own business so he talked his brothers into moving to Snowy Ridge with him and opening up their own snowmobile repair shop. After his own failed marriage, he had no intention of ever being distracted by love again. His business was his number one priority and he was set on keeping it that way. When Becca crashes her car into Cooper’s car one fateful morning in the market parking lot, he could never imagine she’d crash her way into his heart as well. Two broken-hearted people, both afraid to love again, find their deepest wishes come true when they let go and believe that they’ve been led to exact right place and found the exact right person. *** Look for the entire Love at Starlight series: CHRISTMAS AT STARLIGHT – Amber & Nick (Snowy Ridge: A Love at Starlight Novella, Book 0.5) COMING HOME – Jessie & Cade (Snowy Ridge: Love at Starlight, Book 1) TAKING CHANCES – Wynn & Bryce (Snowy Ridge: Love at Starlight, Book 2) FINDING ME – Luci & Evan (Snowy Ridge: Love at Starlight, Book 3) CHANGE OF HEART – Becca & Cooper (Snowy Ridge: Love at Starlight, Book 4) BETTING ON YOU – April & Cash (Snowy Ridge: Love at Starlight, Book 5)

How to Fail Miserably at Marketing

I'm Tired of Writing Books That Don't Sell I need to stop writing so many books. I write waaay too many books. ... And you go to town marketing this son of a bitch because it's a good book (it really is! if only someone would read it!)

Author: Giselle Renarde

Publisher: Giselle Renarde

ISBN: 9781370609703

Category: Business & Economics


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Giselle’s done everything wrong so you don’t have to! Giselle Renarde is an award-winning author who’s been failing at everything since 2006. Her erotica and queer fiction have appeared in nearly 200 short story anthologies and published by two of the Big Five publishing house, but don’t let that fool you. Giselle is a writer who knows how to fail—consistently and thoroughly! In this collection of short musings from the erotic writers’ blog Oh Get a Grip, Giselle treats readers to a veritable smorgasbord of anecdotes about moving forward in the industry one fail at a time. From writing books no one wants to read to resisting tried-and-true marketing methods, Giselle has done everything wrong. Don't let the publishing industry get you down. Let’s all join hands and fail together!

In A World

These are the secrets to creating something that excites people about your book.

Author: Richard Bailey


ISBN: 9798627291055


Page: 102

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These are the secrets to creating something that excites people about your book. Something bold. Something beautiful. Something that will actually help you SELL MORE BOOKS. IN A WORLD where book trailers are laughably poor quality, cheesy, ugly, nigh-unwatchable; dare to create something that stands above the rest. IN A WORLD of skyrocketing costs and expensive-sounding expertise, promote your novel without spending any money. IN A WORLD where every other author seems to be rich and successful, have the tenacity to make them all jealous. This is your quintessential guide to making book trailers you can actually afford. Written by a real film and marketing professional just for authors like you. Help Richard Bailey end the scourge of abysmal book trailers by ensuring yours doesn't suck. It's easy to do, and by following this complete guide you may actually make something viewers enjoy watching, readers are excited about, and finally unlocks the secret to increasing your book's selling potential--all without breaking the bank. IN A WORLD teaches authors like you how to create effective visual marketing campaigns and how to avoid some of the common pitfalls that end with 23 Youtube views and a whole lot of, "why doesn't anyone want to read my book?" With Richard's film-industry-standard advice, you'll learn how to plan, write, visualize, direct, shoot, edit, finish, deliver, find audiences, and promote your latest horror novel, love story, sci-fi, fantasy, or even your non-fiction masterpiece. We're talking cinematic, professional-level commercials for your book, all by yourself. With IN A WORLD, you'll learn the following and much, much more: A step-by-step process from script to finished commercial How to make book commercials for FREE Tricks to improve your marketing How to write scripts and hooks that get audiences excited about your book How to find actors, cinematographers, and editors How to use your camera properly How to light a scene Editing techniques and graphics tricks Where to place your book trailer How to get your work in front of the masses How to covert commercials into actual sales Whether you're epublishing, traditionally publishing, or trying to snag an agent, using these techniques to up your game and help sell more content is a strong and often unexplored way to market your books. You don't need an expensive advertising agency or a big-budget Hollywood director to sell your story. This easy-to-follow guide to the basics of book trailers and why they are the hidden force to improve your book sales is an inspiring, educational, and no-nonsense must-have for authors and book marketers alike.

How to Shoot Video That Doesn t Suck

Advice to Make Any Amateur Look Like a Pro Steve Stockman ... It will cost thousands to shoot in an actual office high in the Empire State Building. But why bother? ... So is a great promo for a book called Wisdom (check it out at www.

Author: Steve Stockman

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 9780761165293

Category: Photography

Page: 256

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Newly updated and revised, How to Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck is a quick and easy guide that will make your video better instantly—whether you read it cover to cover or just skim a few chapters. It’s about the language of video and how to think like a director, regardless of equipment (amateurs think about the camera, pros think about communication). It’s about the rules developed over a century of movie-making—which work just as well when shooting a two-year-old’s birthday party on your phone. Written by Steve Stockman, the director of the award-winning feature Two Weeks, plus TV shows, music videos, and hundreds of commercials, How to Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck explains in 74 short, pithy, insightful chapters how to tell a story and entertain your audience. In other words, how to shoot video people will want to watch. Here’s how to think in shots—how to move-point-shoot-stop-repeat, instead of planting yourself in one spot and pressing “Record” for five minutes. Why never to shoot until you see the whites of your subject’s eyes. Why to “zoom” with your feet and not the lens. How to create intrigue on camera. The book covers the basics of video production: framing, lighting, sound (use an external mic), editing, special effects (turn them off!), and gives advice on shooting a variety of specific situations: sporting events, parties and family gatherings, graduations and performances. Plus, how to make instructional and promotional videos, how to make a music video, how to capture stunts, and much more. At the end of every chapter is a suggestion of how to immediately put what you’ve learned into practice, so the next time you’re shooting you’ll have begun to master the skill. Steve’s website ( provides video examples to illustrate different production ideas, techniques, and situations, and his latest thoughts on all things video.

How to Write Adventure Modules That Don t Suck

By the time youre done reading this book, youll be on the path to designing great adventure modules on your own. Whether youre an experienced writer or an aspiring novice, youll find something of value in this book! Made in the USA.

Author: Goodman Games


ISBN: 1946231088



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Over the last 15 years, Goodman Games has established a reputation for publishing some of the best adventure modules in the industry. Now we present our advice on how you can write great adventures! This compilation of articles is authored by two dozen of the industrys best-known adventure writers. Each article gives a different perspective on how to write adventure modules that dont suck, written by authors with decades of experience and prominent published credits. By the time youre done reading this book, youll be on the path to designing great adventure modules on your own. Whether youre an experienced writer or an aspiring novice, youll find something of value in this book! Made in the USA.

Writing Myths

Myths and Misconceptions Holding You Back in Your Writing Career Kristina Adams ... You Don't Need Marketing – The Quality of Your Book Will Sell Itself Traditionally Published Authors Don't Need to Market Their Books You Have to be on ...

Author: Kristina Adams

Publisher: Kristina Adams


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


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Everything you wanted to know about writing but were too embarrassed to ask. Can you make a living from writing? How much money do authors make per book? Just how important is book marketing? Discover the answers to these common questions and more in Writing Myths, the latest nonfiction book by bestselling author and blogger Kristina Adams. If you’re considering a career as any kind of writer, this book is a must-read. You’ll finish it ready to make an informed decision about your writing career. Even seasoned writers will learn new and fascinating facts about the industry that they work in. Find out what myths are holding you back in your writing career – download your copy today. Google keywords: writing career, novel writing, productivity, publishing industry, writing industry, books for writers, advice for writers, procrastination, inspiration, motivation, creativity, self-publishing, book marketing, indie publishing, traditional publishing, blogging for authors, advice for authors

2016 Indie Author State of the Union

Build Your Author Platform, Stay Up-to-Date and Sell More Books Michael La Ronn ... It! By Libbie Hawker and How to Write Fiction Sales Copy by Dean Wesley Smith: Best Page Forward by Bryan Cohen: ...

Author: Michael La Ronn

Publisher: Author Level Up LLC


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 168

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The publishing industry changes so fast it’s hard to keep up. On any given day there are at least dozens of news articles for authors. You could spend hours reading them all. Odds are, you could also be using that time to write your next book. News You Can Use—All in One Place. The Indie Author State of the Union is a roundup that covers the most important publishing industry news, books, podcasts, and courses of the year that you might have missed. It will help you make better business decisions and sell more books. Author business coach Michael La Ronn spends hours researching the news so you don’t have to. Every chapter is quick and actionable so you can apply it immediately to your writing business. What’s in This Year’s State of the Union? In this year’s edition you’ll discover: * What’s happening with Amazon, Nook, Kobo, Apple and more * A new YouTube channel for authors that will blow your mind * Why libraries are the next battleground for indies and how you can join the front lines * How to write 2 million words a year * 22 Marketing tools that will improve your book sales * Important business updates to help you avoid lost sales, fines, and lawsuits And much more! Are you ready to become a smarter authorpreneur? Buy the 2016 Indie Author State of the Union today and build your author platform.

Write What You Don t Know

Let's be honest, in some ways this book is similar to all the other screenwriting manuals you'll find out there in bookland. ... I am not trying to sell you snake oil. ... That means there will be jokes and some of them might not suck.

Author: Julian Hoxter

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781441109323

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 296

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Write What You Don't Know is a friendly manual for aspiring screenwriters. It encourages you to move beyond your comfort zones in search of stories. We all write what we know - how could we not? Writing what you don't know and doing it in an informed and imaginative way is what makes the process worthwhile. Hoxter draws on his wealth of experience teaching young film students to offer help with every aspect of the writing process, including how we come up with ideas in the first place. Light hearted and full of insight into the roundabout way film students approach their scripts, it also discusses the important issues like the difference between stories and plots and what your characters should be doing in the middle of act two. Write What You Don't Know contains examples and case studies from a wide range of movies, both mainstream and alternative such as The Virgin Spring, Die Hard, The Ipcress File, For The Birds, (500) Days of Summer, Juno, Up In The Air, Knocked Up and Brick.

Arista Warrior

By the end of the class, I have students asking when Arista will go public, and ifI can get them Arista T-shirts (I don't know, ... I don't work for Arista, I don't sell Arista gear, and Arista has not paid me to write this book.

Author: Gary Donahue

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781449314538

Category: Computers

Page: 400

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Provides an in-depth, objective guide to Arista's lineup of hardware, and explains why its network switches and Extensible Operating System (EOS) are so effective.

Stop Worrying Start Selling

For me, this would suck all the joy out of writing and, from speaking to other authors who have tried this, ... Do you really want to spend your time chasing trends instead of writing the stories which are glowing brightest inside you?

Author: Sarah R Painter

Publisher: Siskin Press Ltd


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


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Do you want to sell more books? Terrified at the prospect of marketing and ‘self promo’? Confused by author branding? Are you wondering whether it’s worth all the time and heartache? Bestselling novelist and host of the Worried Writer podcast, Sarah Painter, felt exactly the same way… Until she changed her mindset around marketing, money and selling her work. From worried debut novelist with a traditional publisher to happy and empowered hybrid author, earning a healthy income and connecting with her readers, Sarah shares the tips, strategies, and attitude changes which have helped her to succeed. Sarah will show you how to: · Treat your writing career as a business · Value your creative work and earn more money from it · Find the type of marketing which suits you and learn to embrace it · Understand author branding Plus much more! Packed with Sarah’s trademark honesty, this is your practical and supportive guide to taking control of your success as an author and building your readership. Don't give into the starving artist myth: Stop Worrying and Start Selling today!

Indie Writer Unboxed

This book is for you Indie Writer Unboxed follows four hypothetical writers from the same online writing community on their journey, with challenges they face and steps they take to overcome them.

Author: Patty Jansen


ISBN: 1925841472

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 152

View: 987


So. You've self-published. You've written some books, but they're not selling as well as you hoped. Or maybe you sold well in the beginning but your sales have slipped and you don't know what to do. You've tried advertising, but you don't think you're very good at it. Or maybe your books just suck. Or maybe the algorithms hate you, or it's because some troll gave you a one-star review. At any rate, you're struggling. You're too busy doing stuff that probably doesn't matter, but you can't see what or how to cut. This book is for you! Indie Writer Unboxed follows four hypothetical writers from the same online writing community on their journey, with challenges they face and steps they take to overcome them. As reader with some self-publishing experience, you're sure to find something in common with one of them: Tom, the semi-retired chemist who looks after his ill wife, Jack, who has lots of small dabbles at many different things, including having sold some books to a traditional press, Emily, who writes lots and lots of books but feels burnt out, and Lucy, a stay-at-home mother with a husband who really doesn't "get" her desire to write. This is not a how-to book, and it's not a book that shows you how to (or claims that you will surely) make squillions. It's a book about the range of realities that the vast majority of writers will find themselves in after the initial glow of publishing has worn off. It's a book about how to adapt, how to change your mindset, and how to be happy.

The Girlfriend s Fabulous Guide to Real Estate

It doesn't suck being a “mature” woman. This is the last of the writings of my book. I saved doing this chapter for the end. I knew the impression I would have of me would be humbled after writing all the other chapters. But guess what?

Author: Christine Denty

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460232699

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 200

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REALTOR(R) Christine Denty took a look around one day and noticed that although nearly twenty-percent of homebuyers are single women, the whole industry seems geared towards men. So she thought it was high time for a comprehensive, female-centric handbook for real estate...a girlfriend's guide! From the inside scoop on buying and selling homes, to a comprehensive breakdown on how to perform maintenance and upkeep, to tax tips, to how to split up property in the event of separation or divorce, The Girlfriend's Fabulous Guide to Real Estate demystifies the buying, selling, and owning of real estate with simplicity, know-how, and a dollop of empathy topped with a double-scoop of hilarity. Readers will get a first look at some of the terrifying legal documents that rookie buyers and sellers face and find them explained in simple, comprehensible terms. Jam-packed with important information and supported with great visuals like photos, charts, and graphs, The Girlfriend's Fabulous Guide to Real Estate is the one essential primer for women navigating the choppy waters of home ownership.

The Drink Tank 300

This issue is a super-contentious one, likely to make anyone involved in the discussion indignant, angry, upset, ... have just been trying to improve the book: lots of points-of-view are fun to write, but trickier to sell to a reader, ...


Publisher: Office Supply Publishing


Category: Architecture


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The 300th issue of The Drink Tank, including contributions from around the world. Edited by Christopher J Garcia and James Bacon,

The Book You Were Born to Write

In case I haven't yet made the point, the process of writing can be arduous at worst and a pleasurable time-suck at best. If you're demonstrating the drive to actually write the book, you are the 1 percent. Keep going!

Author: Kelly Notaras

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 9781401955618

Category: Reference

Page: 296

View: 287


A guide to writing a full-length transformational nonfiction book, from an editor with two decades' experience working with authors from all walks of life. "I know I have a book in me." "I've always wanted to be an author." "People always ask me when I'm going to write my book." "I have a story to tell, but I never seem to make time to write." These are just a sampling of the messages Kelly Notaras hears every day from would-be authors around the globe. Life coaches with new methodologies for living on purpose . . . energy workers who've discovered new ways to prevent disease and teach self-healing . . . everyday heroes and heroines who have made it through difficult circumstances and want to inspire others to do the same. In today's tumultuous world, we need these voices in the marketplace. Moreover, publishing a book has never been so simple, accessible, or affordable as it is today. So why are so many thought leaders, healers, and change-agents stuck at the starting line? This book will light the way--offering a simple, step-by-step path that takes authors from concept to finished book. In it, publishing veteran Kelly Notaras demystifies the publishing process and gives writers the tools, insider information, and inspiration to start strong, keep going, and get across the finish line as quickly as possible.

Perfect Time to Make Money online easily

Granted if you suck at writing don't expect much, but if you are a well enough writer and most importantly your well written story resonates with people – then it may be enough to sell extremely well and possibly get noticed or picked ...

Author: Isaac Medina

Publisher: KNI Publishing inc.


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 70

View: 274


9 yr old girl makes millions with one idea - why not you? 15 yr old boy earns $15,000 a month - how about you? 22 yr old college student pays off college debt in one month - what on earth is happening and why aren't more people like you in on it? This is your time, your Opportunity. There is a world of opportunities out there for you and “trust me” when I say; the time is now! The economy is changing, while many still proclaim gloom and doom in some parts of the world people are out there, people just like you who are taking advantage of opportunities to make money with the technology that you yourself and millions out there are so familiar with. For the young and the old, but especially for the young who are born with an apparent inherent understanding of the technology used today – you need to read this. Many today are still talking about how the economy is struggling, how the youth of this generation are losing hope for a brighter tomorrow. Jobs are hard to come by for young people, there being taken by seniors because most cannot afford to retire. The fear of rising debt and the debt burden that is being placed on the next generation grows daily – but I would like to point out that, things are not that bad. That many are finding interesting new and fun ways of making money, of creating a future for themselves. Many of these entrepreneurial spirits are teens, young adults ranging in age of 13 to 22. You do not need to be Tech savvy. While many are arguing on the news that the government needs to do something about the high rising prices of a college education, one young man paid off his college debt with the simple use of the technology you and I use today on a daily basis. Is he a genius? No. Is he alone in what he is doing? Not at all, there are many others who are doing just as well or even better than this young man. Ask yourself these questions: Am I using the technology available to me to its fullest? Do I know how to use this advancing technology well? If others are doing it, why can’t I? Consider this: if you own and use a computer or a smartphone, you are halfway there.