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How To Write A Nonfiction Book Outline

How to Write a Nonfiction Book Outline

Every book can benefit from the creation of an outline. By outlining your ideas before you start the writing process, a nonfiction book can have its facts laid out in a logical way before the narrative ever begins. Here are…

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How Long Does It Take To Write A Book?

How Long Does it Take to Write a Book?

Maybe you’ve heard of NaNoWriMo, which is an annual writing project that is held every November. It brings professional and amateur writers together with one goal: to write a book. The commitment to NaNoWriMo is to finish 50,000 words in…

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Book Positioning

Book Positioning

A common mistake many authors make is believing that their book is meant to be read by everyone. All too often I’ve seen authors try to convince publishers and agents in their proposal that their book is targeted to the…

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Traditional, DIY Or Hybrid Publishing: A Comparison

Traditional, DIY or Hybrid Publishing: A Comparison

What is the Best Publishing Option For Your Book?

You have decided that you want to become a published author. That’s your goal. Maybe you’ve already written a book, but maybe you haven’t made it that far yet. What matters is that you’ve made a conscious decision and you have a clear idea of what your setting out to accomplish.

As with any type of success, over half of the battle is changing your mindset and finding the determination to make your dreams become reality. Publishing books is no exception to this.

The next step is figuring out whether it makes more sense to choose the traditional publishing route or to self-publish your own book. There is no “one size fits all” answer to this question, as every situation will have unique factors to consider. Today we’re going to talk about how to choose the one that is best suited to your needs as a new author.

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