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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 • Getting Help

Your friends and family insist you have the greatest story ever, and you absolutely must write a book about your life. It is sure to be (fill in the blank) inspirational, motivational, educational, influential, insightful, entertaining, funny, yet poignant, not

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Converting an E-book to a Printed Book

This blog post is a departure from those I have written in the past. Since I just realize the past was quite a while ago, I want to apologize for the gap between posts, which is an unforgivable sin for

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One Book = Multiple Streams of Income

It takes a long time to write a book. Then, when you think you’re finally finished, it’s time to begin the second half of the process­—produce, publish, and promote. For many authors, this is more arduous than the first half.

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5 Common Promotional Practices

You don’t have to reinvent the wheel to promote your book. There are already many accepted ways to do it. Some cost money; others just require lots of energy and shoe leather. Here are the first 5 common promotional practices

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