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2 Writing Tips to Show Your Non-Fiction Readers That You Understand Them

Synopsis Here are two fundamental and powerful non-fiction writing techniques that will truly show your reading audience that you understand them and their issues. These two writing techniques, along with a hefty dose of sincerity, honesty, and respect for yourself, … Continue reading

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6 Simple Tips For Writing Non-Fiction In Plain English (Infographic)

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6 Simple Tips For Writing Non-Fiction In Plain English

Synopsis Writing in “plain English” is a great way to make a good impression on your audience. This means writing in a way that makes your message easy to read and understand. It doesn’t matter who your audience is or … Continue reading

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4 Basic Content-Sharing Etiquette-Rules (Infographic)

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4 Basic Content-Sharing Etiquette-Rules

Synopsis All content creators and authors want their work to be shared. But, when you take too much information and content from them, it can become a problem for you and for the original author. Especially if you take credit … Continue reading

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Book Review: Now All We Need Is A Title

This book is an “. . . an anecdotal account of how some of the most well-known book and play titles come to be. It is not meant to be a comprehensive compendium of every catchy title, but rather a lighthearted look at a struggle that has bedeviled writers for centuries.” Continue reading

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Respect Is Earned, Trust Is Gained (Infographic)

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The Importance of Sincerity When Writing Non-Fiction

Synopsis Sincerity is extremely important to all of us because it helps to build trust with each other. And trust is one of the fundamental building blocks to developing a lasting and rewarding relationship. It’s especially important for non-fiction writers … Continue reading

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The Foreword, Preface, And Introduction As Powerful Marketing Tools (Infographic)

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The Introduction (Infographic)

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Examples of Great Customer Testimonial Statements

Synopsis Testimonials are a very effective way to get more clients and customers, and sell more books. As a business person, self-publisher, and author, you must understand what characteristics make up a great testimonial. So here I give you a … Continue reading

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Book Dedications To Spur Your Imagination

Synopsis Whether your book’s dedication is only a few sentences or an entire paragraph, you shouldn’t miss this opportunity to give the reader a small look into your life’s story. Here are a variety of book dedications that will help … Continue reading

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How to Write a Book Foreword: A Checklist For Authors

Click here to download this PDF ebook               Synopsis Here is a list of important questions that you should think about to help you make sure that you have written a full and complete … Continue reading

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Health Care Vs. Health-Care Vs. Healthcare: The Debate Continues

Synopsis The term “healthcare” will eventually become widely accepted as one word, not two, whether die-hard grammarians, linguists, and editors like it or not. Our language, and any discussions about health, will be greatly improved by ending this battle. The … Continue reading

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How A Book Foreword Can Help An Author’s Career

Synopsis How a carefully written book foreword can boost the career and book sales of both the author of the book, AND the author of the foreword. What You Will Learn In This Post 1. You will learn how a … Continue reading

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2 Essential Ingredients That Make A Book Foreword Great

Synopsis A foreword is an essential marketing tool for your non-fiction book. If it’s written properly, and with some understanding and forethought about its role in your book’s success, it can have a substantial impact on your book sales. In … Continue reading

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Questions To Ask Yourself BEFORE Writing Your Book’s Introduction

Click here to download this PDF ebook               Synopsis Your book’s Introduction is a crucial first step for readers. It prepares them for what’s to come AND ignites their interest to read on. This … Continue reading

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7 Types Of Testimonials: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Synopsis Testimonials need to be one of the key ingredients of your book’s marketing plan. If they’re created and utilized properly, they can have a very positive impact on your sales. This list gives you a quick run-down of a … Continue reading

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3 Important Questions That Will Help You Create An Amazing Preface

How To Write A Preface That Will Make You Look Like A Pro, AND Get You More Book Sales Synopsis The preface is one of the important places for you to make an emotional connection with the reader. The more … Continue reading

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Who Should Be Acknowledged In Your Book?

Synopsis Your Acknowledgments Page doesn’t need to be an exhaustive listing of every last person that helped you. But at the very least, you must include all the people that had an important impact on you and your book. Here … Continue reading

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