Ebooks: Secrets To Getting Ahead (Indie Authors Guide Book 1)

If it’s your goal to become a self-published writer, this guide will walk you through every step of the publishing process. Whether you’re a first timer or have already put out an e-book or two, you will learn the tricks of the trade to make sure your books are in the best position to be found by readers.

You’ll Learn Inside:

Getting Started

Is Time on Your Side?

Using Microsoft Word

Pick a Topic

Outline

Research

Rough Draft

Proofread

Create a Landing Page

Ebook Cover

Publishing

Promote Your Work

10 Proven Tips to Help You on Your Journey

Writing Checklist

Questions You May Ask Yourself

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Writing: A Guide for College and Beyond, Brief Edition, 3/e

Writing: A Guide for College and
Beyond uses written instruction and visual tools to teach
students how to read, write, and research effectively for different
purposes.

Lester Faigley’s clear and inviting
teaching style and Dorling Kindersley’s accessible and
striking design combine to give students a textbook that shows them
what readers and writers actually do.  Unique and dynamic
presentations of reading, writing, and research processes in the
text bring writing alive for students and speak to students with
many learning styles.  Throughout the book, students are
engaged and learning, with such notable features as “process
maps” to guide students through the major writing
assignments, extensive examples of student “Writers at
work,” and diverse, distinctive reading selections.

How to Write a Non-Fiction Kindle eBook in 15 Days: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Writing a Non-Fiction eBook that Sells!

Have you always secretly wanted to write a best-selling book?

Do you feel a rush of excitement when you think about making money from your words on the page?

If so, you’re just 15 days away from being able to make this dream into a reality.

80+ Proven Tips & Tools to Help You Write A Non-Fiction Kindle eBook that Sells

The prospect of creating and publishing your own book may be a bit overwhelming. But by following the simple steps outlined below, you will bite off one piece of your project at a time – until you are a published author!

In this step-by-step, day-by-day guide, you will discover how to:

• Pick the best niche to maximize your sales

• Quickly assess the demand and profitability of your book

• Say goodbye to writer’s block once and for all

• Research your topic like a pro using four great online tools

• Easily and painlessly outline you

Write eBooks: Make Money-The No-Fear Guide to Writing Your Own Money-Spinning eBook

Why should you read this book? To make money of course. Writing an ebook is one of the most lucrative ways to make money on the internet.
But what if the thought of writing fills you with fear, dread, or panic? You are not alone. And that’s why I wrote this book.
I’ll show you ways to overcome your fear, and I’ll share the MOST POWERFUL TECHNIQUES out there to create an ebook that SELLS. Write you own ebook, and keep all the profits. If you think you can’t write, think again. I’m going to show you how.

Writing: A User Manual: A practical guide to planning, starting and finishing a novel

You are a writer and you have a killer book idea. When your project starts to take off you will find yourself managing a writhing tangle of ideas, possibilities and potential potholes. How do you turn your inspiration into a finished novel? Writing a User’s Manual offers practical insight into the processes that go into writing a novel, from planning to story development, research to revision and, finally, delivery in a form which will catch the eye of an agent or publisher.
David Hewson, a highly productive and successful writer of popular fiction with more than sixteen novels in print in twenty or so languages, shows how to manage the day to day process of writing.
Writers will learn how to get the best out of software and novel writing packages such as Scrivener, which help you view your novel not as one piece of text, but as individual linked scenes, each with their own statistics, notes and place within the novel structure. As you write, you will need to assemble the mai