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Book #3-On Writing Well by William Zinsser

What Stephen King is to fiction, William Zinsser is to nonfiction—in other words, the undisputed authority. His seminal book, On Writing Well, has been my personal bible for the thirty years it has been in print. Zinsser was “the real

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About Bobbi Linkemer

Bobbi Linkemer Biography, Published Books, Clients’ Books PO Box 440237 • St. Louis, MO 63144 bobbi@writeanonfictionbook.com 314-968-8661 Bobbi Linkemer is a writing coach, ghostwriter, editor, as well as the author of twenty-four books under her own name. Her passion is

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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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16 Ways to Stay Motivated When You Work With Experts

You’ve probably heard this before: No one write a book alone. It takes a team of experts in various disciplines to help you bring your idea to fruition. Who are these experts, and how do you find them? Which experts

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