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Book into Physical Book Stores

How to Get Your Book Into Physical Book Stores

If you're like just about every other author, you dream of how to get your book into physical book stores.Nothing comes close to the thrill of seeing your printed book displayed for the world to see

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BOOK ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS

Weird and Wonderful Ways to Win With A Book About Your Business

Think of some of the world’s top businesspeople. How many of them have written a book? How many of them would you have known about if it weren’t for their book—or books? The fact is that writing

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DEFINITION OF SUCCESS

What’s Your Definition of Success As An Author?

Why do you write?  What do you hope to achieve?  What, in short, is your definition of success as an author?The last question confronted me recently when a fellow writer, who I met online

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Profit From Your Business Book 2

How to Profit From Your Business Book: It’s Not What You Think

Maybe your biggest competitor has just published a book. Maybe you've been privately trolling Amazon's Business & Money book listings to see who the latest business rock stars are to publish their

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Documentary Pitch

Behind the Scenes of a Successful Documentary Pitch

Do you have a nonfiction idea, perhaps even a completed and published book, that you’d like to pitch as a documentary for film or TV? The world of the silver screen may feel scary. However, while

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Co-author a book

How to Co-author a Book and Protect Your Relationship

When you co-author a book, you may find it easier to get to the finish line and self-publish. You share the workload, talents, and areas of expertise. Sounds great, right? However, everyone has a different

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Ralko Journalistic Nonfiction

How to Set Rules That Will Help You Write Journalistic Nonfiction

Once you have decided to write a journalistic nonfiction book, before you write your first sentence, you must establish rules to follow.As a working journalist you will have relied on the fact that

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Dialogue in Nonfiction

The Terrible & Terrific Truth About Using Dialogue in Nonfiction

If you're like many writers, you may be reluctant to use dialogue in nonfiction. After all, nonfiction is telling the story of what really happened. How can you know what was said if you weren’t there?

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Teatro Book Cover

Three Choices: Which Amazing Book Cover Would Make You Buy?

There’s a pretty old idiom that says, “you can’t judge a book by its cover”. In the ordinary sense, it means you can’t really know everything about people simply by looking at them. However,

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Style Guide

Behind the Scenes: Are You Committing to the Right Style Guide?

You’ve probably faced at least one of these conundrums in your writing: do you write out the number 'twenty-seven' or simply write '27'? Do you hyphenate 'co-operation' or leave it unhyphenated it

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