Author: Bobbi Linkemer
Bobbi Linkemer is a writing coach, ghostwriter, editor, as well as the author of eighteen books under her own name. Her passion is helping writers at all levels to convey their messages through books. In her forty-five-year career, Ms. Linkemer has written on hundreds of topics for magazines, individuals, and organizations in both the private and public sectors. She has been a feature writer, a magazine editor, and a corporate communicator. Her clients range from Fortune 100 companies to entrepreneurs and individuals who want to share their stories or build their businesses. Bobbi Linkemer • 314-968-8661 bobbi@writeanonfictionbook.com

So, You Want to Write a Book? Marketing

You’ve done it! You’ve written and published your book. That is such a fantastic accomplishment, and you should be so proud of yourself. There is only one more thing to do: that is to let the world know that your

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So You Want to Write a Book? Publishing

Have you thought about how your book will be published? Wherever you are in the process, it is not too soon to consider your options. But first, you need to know what those options are so you can choose the

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So, You Want to Write a Book? The Competition

There are two sides to choosing a timely topic for your book: The upside is that you can ride the wave of what’s going on in the world, knowing that people are interested in that subject; the downside is that

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So, You Want to Write a Book? Your Ideal Reader

What is your target market? Who are you writing this book for? Who will benefit the most from reading it? Who will love it enough to recommend it to friends or write a great review on Amazon? These questions are

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So, You Want to Write a Book? Your Idea

First, let me clarify that I am talking about nonfiction books, as opposed to novels or fantasy or horror or science fiction or poetry or anything else that is a product of your imagination. William Zinsser, who wrote the definitive

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