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Organizing Your Book to Be a Client Magnet

Depending on your attitude toward writing, this could be the organizing your book's content could be the part you've been waiting for-or dreading! But whichever camp you fall into, writing your ..
(March 12, 2008)
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It's Never "Just" a Book

"And then what?" I find myself asking that question a lot lately as entrepreneurs and speakers approach me about getting a book done. We usually get to a point in the conversation where I ask the ..
(March 19, 2008)
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How to Make Money With Your Book

Writing, publishing and marketing a book can be a tremendous investment of time and money-so much so that many aspiring authors won't embark on the journey until it's clear they will get something ..
(June 27, 2007)
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Creating Your Writer's Presence on the Web

A few years ago having a website was a nice little feature to have for your business or to keep your family and friends up to date. But these days, especially in the book business, having a smart ..
(June 14, 2007)
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Comments & Criticism: What To Do With Them

As you progress with your book project and begin to discuss it with others who may or may not have read pages from your manuscript, you'll surely get comments or criticism on your plot, characters, ..
(February 13, 2007)
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What Goes In is What Comes Out In Your Writing

Think about this: when you're at your desk working, what you're writing is not just what's coming out of your head at that given moment. It's an amalgam of all you have experienced, felt, touched and .
(April 11, 2007)
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