I must read for an aspiring E-publisher. Each chapter will consist of blog posts each averaging words.
Also, this is an easy type of book to blog. I have had a non-fiction book idea mulling around for ages and though I do a lot of writing as a blogger, I have not yet been able to crank out a book.
For a sneak peek, here are the 10 steps of the method. Outside of the simplicity of his writing and that one issue I have, Steve's book is on the mark and serves as a perfect companion to any aspiring self-publishing author.
Having these extra keywords at the bottom of your book description is thought to be a way to optimize search-ability on Amazon. The timeline he sets up is precise and doesn't bog me down with too many things in one day. It seems like everyone who has thrown up even a single book feels like they can throw up a "How to Publish on Kindle" guide that doesn't tell you much more than the free one that Amazon put out.
Simply create a list of things your clients or customers need to know on a subject and write a short informative essay to go with each item on your list.
Easy to read and packed with lots of practical advice. Thank you, Steve Scott, your blog is now in my Firefox bookmarks to be checked regularly. Rather than muddy up the book description or create confusion, in my opinion, you should slip those keywords tags into the background in the KDP Dashboard.
I will still work through the steps that Steve Scott clearly explains, but I am not going to block time and promise it on a deadline. And there were a couple that gave me real "light bulb" moments. The advice and plan outlined in this book make sense and it is packed with useful resources and tips.
The final paragraph should tell how the book ends. So some of this material doesn't apply no need to find buyers but I am compiling the work in mobi format using scrivener so people can email the book to their kindle, tablet or smartphone.
In this way you increase your authority—fast—with a short book.
Of course, I will post to let you know when the book is available. Rather than muddy up the book description or create confusion, in my opinion, you should slip those keywords tags into the background in the KDP Dashboard. How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days details my strategy for taking an idea and having a PUBLISHED book in a few short weeks.
It shows you what to do on a. Of course, I went and research other materials, but I would say "How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days" was the catalyst to all this.
And for that, I want to thank you Steve for being selfless and generous with your time and knowledge about eBook publishing. How Writing an Ebook This Way Made Me Crazy. Required too much time. Steve Scott recommends writing for two hours a day to finish the book in 21 days.
I thought I would have more than enough time to start the book before I left. If you’ve ever had the desire to write an ebook that you can sell, then you’ll want to keep reading: This course will show you: The real secret to content mapping - Almost everyone gets this wrong!
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This book, How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days*, gave me the motivation and inspiration to sit down, organize my thoughts, create an outline, and start writing a draft.
The book is very concise, straightforward, and easy to read. All the while, you want to write a nonfiction book in a month not a novel. Well, you can, and you should. I have news for you, though. You don’t have to do it as a NaNoRebel or as part of an event created for novelists.
You can write your nonfiction book in 30 days during an event for writers just like you—nonfiction writers.How to write a nonfiction ebook in 21 days