• How to Write Non-Fiction Books

  • Start a Business Selling Your Knowledge, Step-By-Step
  • By: Joseph Robinson
  • Narrated by: Tom Hess
  • Length: 3 hrs and 12 mins
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How to Write Non-Fiction Books

By: Joseph Robinson
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Publisher's Summary

Writing nonfiction books can be difficult at times. You might have some ideas for nonfiction books and would like to get started, but are unsure of where to start. Perhaps you have some ideas that you’d like to “put to paper”, so to speak, and share that with the world. Or, you may have started writing a nonfiction book and are running into certain obstacles that you’re not sure how to overcome. 

That’s all these are - just hurdles and challenges along the way. They’re not meant to deter you on your writing journey. These obstacles can be overcome. 

That’s where this book comes in. It’s been written to give you the steps that you need in order to overcome obstacles and challenges, how to get started, and picking a topic that fits with your knowledge.

What you’ll take away from this book:

  • The mindset of a nonfiction writer and how to get into that state of mind
  • The best ways to start and keep moving forward with your writing, even if you feel stuck
  • Writing plans to help you visualize your end goal, how to get there, and feel less overwhelmed
  • Types of nonfiction book formats and how to pick the best one based on your idea and writing goals
  • Business models for your books and how to maximize their use
  • Understanding “hot” books in the market and how to emulate those in order to be successful
  • Picking titles and subtitles that “grab” the potential buyer’s attention
  • The editing and proofreading process and when to fit this into the creation process for your book
  • Adding proper references for your book
  • Making sure that all of the legal aspects are in order for your book and how you can protect yourself and your book
  • Difference between fiction vs. nonfiction books
  • How and where to publish your book and steps on publishing on different platforms to make it easier for you
  • Different types of book formats offered through publishing services and how to capitalize on each one
  • Some of the best tips and tricks for writing, publishing, marketing, and so much more!

The steps in this book were written based on experience to help put you on the fast track to writing and publishing a nonfiction book of your own. Once you have gone through this a few times, it’ll become second nature.

So, go ahead and click “Buy Now” to make this book part of your routine and apply these solid methods for publishing and writing today so you can share your ideas and earn money while doing so!

©2020 Joseph Robinson (P)2020 Joseph Robinson

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