Let us create a 3D eBook for you!
Let us create a 3d Digital eBook for you! DigyCat.com

Top Ten Tips To Get Started Writing Your Book - Part 1


You are far more likely to successfully write and publish your book if you follow these tips before you [start writing] write a single chapter.

1. Write your print or eBook's working title.

Knowing your book title helps you focus and answer the readers' number one question about your book's topic. Some non-fiction needs subtitles as well. It's better to be clear than clever, but the ultimate winning combination is clear and clever. Which titles grab you? "Passion At Any Age: Twelve Ways to Unleash It," "Self-Promotion for the Creative Person." or "Quadruple your Book's Online Sales in Four Months." Your title is the number one "Essential 7 Hot-Selling Point" of your book.

2. Write your book's thesis.

A thesis reflects the number one benefit of your book. It answers your reader's question, "How will this book solve my challenge of...?" Knowing the thesis before you write the book keeps you on track so you write focused, compelling copy that is easy to read. All chapters should support your book's thesis. For "10 Non-Techie Ways to Market your Book Online," the thesis is: "No spam ways to quadruple book sales in four months." A best title often includes your thesis.

3. Test your book's significance.

While most writers fear their book won't sell, your book is significant if it has these elements: It presents useful information. It has the potential to positively affect people's lives. It's lively, humorous. It helps answer important reader questions. It creates a deeper understanding of human nature. If your book has only two elements, it will be worth writing. With three or more, it's a potential great seller. Make your book a priority so you can express your mission helping others to a better life, and at the same time make a consistent lifelong income.

4. Pinpoint your preferred audience.

When you give your book an angle, it sells much better. No, not everyone will want to read your book. When you write for one audience at a time, each story, tip, or how to's pack in so much more power. Writing for the general audience is all right if you are already famous--think of the Chicken Soup series.

Choose and post your audience's picture and profile right in front of you as you write. Remember to multiply sales exponentially, think of the small business audience on the net, ready and willing to buy either your print or eBook now. Knowing your audience before you write will make each chapter, line, or paragraph be organized, compelling and easy to read. This idea transfers well to Web sites, seminars, teleclasses, and ecommerce too.

Create an audience profile. How old are your prospective readers? Male? Female? Are they interested in personal growth, science fiction, mystery, how-to books? What challenges do they face? Are they business people? What magazines and Web sites do they like? Are they Internet savvy? What causes do they support? Will they be willing to spend $15-$30 on your book? Where will they go to buy it? (not the brick and mortar book store)

5. Know your book's 30-60 second "tell and sell" before your write it.

Like a billboard, this 2-3 sentence blurb will be so useful to you when you meet people at a networking meeting or in the elevator, and have only a few minutes to talk about your book.

Don't go on and one in generalities. Give your potential reader a reason to buy. . It's the hook, not the book.

First, write down your title. Second, write down your preferred audience. Third, list your book's top three benefits. Last, compare your book with a famous author is your field. "Passion at Any Age" is the "Artists Way" for seniors or "Write your Print and eBook at the Same Time" starts where Dan Poynter left off with the how to's to put a chapter together so it sells, and pre-marketing tips in the "Essential Hot-Selling Points."

Write and practice this short statement. Be willing to edit so it's laser fresh--maybe 5-15 times. Ask your associates for feedback. Which benefits impressed them? What do they remember most from it?

Writing a book is so much easier when you approach it in small bites. Knowing these ten parts help you ask and answer the specific questions and challenges your audience wants solutions for. Then, your book has a chance to make you consistent, ongoing income. Part two of this article is available at www.bookcoaching.com/freearticles/article-60.shtml.

Judy Cullins, 20-year book and Internet Marketing Coach, Author of 10 eBooks including "Write your eBook Fast," and "How to Market your Business on the Internet," she offers free help through her 2 monthly ezines, The Book Coach Says...and Business Tip of the Month at http://www.bookcoaching.com/opt-in.shtml and over 140 free articles. Email her at mailto:Judy@bookcoaching.com


MORE RESOURCES:

eBooks - Google News

This RSS feed URL is deprecated

This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news

Hachette CEO Proclaims eBooks are a Stupid Product - Good E-Reader (blog)


Good E-Reader (blog)

Hachette CEO Proclaims eBooks are a Stupid Product
Good E-Reader (blog)
Hachette CEO Arnaud Nourry does not like ebooks. In a recent interview he proclaimed that they are a stupid format and his publishing company does not have the tools or people to innovate and drive digital forward. In a recent interview the CEO said ...

Increases in eBook, audiobook lending - The Steubenville Herald-Star


Increases in eBook, audiobook lending
The Steubenville Herald-Star
A recent news article states that 58 library systems in America each passed the 1 million mark of checking out, or rather lending, eBooks and digital audiobooks in 2017. This milestone confirms the growth of digital lending in the public library world ...

and more »

How to Sideload EPUB eBooks on Microsoft Edge - Good e-Reader - Good E-Reader (blog)


Good E-Reader (blog)

How to Sideload EPUB eBooks on Microsoft Edge - Good e-Reader
Good E-Reader (blog)
Microsoft unveiled a fully functional e-book reader system into the Edge browser last year. Since then, they have released a series of development builds to insiders that bring new features to the reading experience. In this video you will learn how to ...

and more »

Goodreads Can Tell You When Ebooks Go on Sale - Lifehacker


Lifehacker

Goodreads Can Tell You When Ebooks Go on Sale
Lifehacker
“The Bible's on sale! Finally, I'll find out what everyone's talking about.” (Photo by Jenny Smith). You can get sale alerts for all the books on your Goodreads “want to read” list. Whenever one of them is discounted on Kindle, iBooks, Nook, Google ...

Download Audiobooks, eBooks, and Music, Anytime, Anywhere - Cleveland American


Cleveland American

Download Audiobooks, eBooks, and Music, Anytime, Anywhere
Cleveland American
During “love your library” month, Cleveland's Jay C. Byers Memorial Library is excited to give you one more reason to “love your library!” The local library is now able to offer its patrons best-selling and classic audiobooks, eBooks, and music ...

How to Annotate Webpages and eBooks in Microsoft Edge - TWCN Tech News (blog)


TWCN Tech News (blog)

How to Annotate Webpages and eBooks in Microsoft Edge
TWCN Tech News (blog)
They showed off a major feature that works along with Inking Capabilities of Windows 10. The user can do a lot of task with the browser that feels just natural. This includes a number of annotating techniques with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update ...
Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17101 for Fast & Build 17604 for Skip Ahead - Windows Experience ... Windows Blog
Announcing: Windows Defender ATP support for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 - Windows For Your BusinessWindows ... Windows Blog

all 156 news articles »

Blackbelt schools encouraged to apply for free eBooks - Demopolis Times


Blackbelt schools encouraged to apply for free eBooks
Demopolis Times
The University of Alabama's School of Library and Information Studies will award over $12,000 in new children's and young adult books to school libraries in the Black Belt region as well as to one school library in an economically deprived area of ...

Scribd brings back its unlimited ebooks and audiobooks ... - The Verge - The Verge


The Verge

Scribd brings back its unlimited ebooks and audiobooks ... - The Verge
The Verge
Two years after shifting away from its unlimited subscription model in favor of monthly credits, Scribd has announced that its subscribers will once again be able to access the entirety of its vast library of ebooks and audiobooks. However, here's a ...
Scribd's new unlimited plan for audiobooks and e-books might be an ... TechCrunch
My all-time favorite reading app gives me access to unlimited books ... Business Insider

all 5 news articles »

EU's new anti-geoblocking law doesn't apply to online games, ebooks, and more fun stuff - TNW


TNW

EU's new anti-geoblocking law doesn't apply to online games, ebooks, and more fun stuff
TNW
“The European Parliament today voted to get rid of one of the major obstacles to the Single Market: unjustified geoblocking when buying online,” said another, after the European Parliament voted by 557 votes to 89, with 33 abstentions, in favor of a ...
October 2017 - European Parliament - Europa EU European Parliament - Europa EU
EU Parliament bans geoblocking, exempts Netflix and other streaming services Deutsche Welle

all 114 news articles »

LargeFriends.com - the best dating site for plus-sized singles!
SuccessfulMatchCentral.com - the best dating site for plus-sized singles!

PreLaunchX

DigyCat Domain Is For Sale - $105,000 For Enquiries eMail Us

© www.DigyCat.com - 2012

home | site map | links