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Book: Copywriting - Get Paid to Write Promotional Texts (Writer's Craft Book 34) by Rayne Hall
Do you want to earn good money as a freelance writer? Copywriting is the field that pays best. It can be a lucrative business, especially for journalists and fiction authors who adapt their existing writing skills. As a copywriter, you can earn while you learn, taking paid gigs while you're learning your craft. You can work from home or travelling, part-time or full-time. You can adapt the [...]
 
Book: Write Now! - A No Nonsense Guide To Writing Your First Novel (Write Now, Get Published Book 1) by Andrea Lacey-Payne
If you've always wanted to write a book but didn't know how, this is your chance! A published author guides you through the steps in a series of three ebooks with easy to understand instructions, advice with full support along the way. Don't let fear or uncertainty keep you from your dream of becoming published. Just think, this could be you in the future, writing a book on publishing to help [...]
 
Book: The Writer's Setting Descriptions Action Book by Rayne Hall
Your personal observations are fantastic material for fiction. Pay attention to the places you visit. Describe what you hear, see and smell. Jot down those little telling details most people don't even notice. Capture your impressions of the atmosphere. Some weeks from now, or even years later, these notes will be a gold mine for a fiction project. When you want to write a scene set in a cave, a [...]
 
Book: You Can Write A Million Dollar Memoir by David H Burns
If you're like millions of others, over the years, you may have daydreamed of writing a memoir. Hopefully not a thick, dry autobiography on the dust shelves of yesteryear, but a fresh, new slice-of-life memoir right out of your own memory! Generals, politicians and movie stars write (often boring or stuffy) autobiographies spanning their whole lives. Modern day memoirists write about a certain, [...]
 
Book: Bringing a Product to Market from Your Home - With $500 and an Idea YOU CAN MAKE MILLIONS by Gary R Bronga
This book is based on my first-hand, been-there-done-that experiences. Many people have many great ideas. They just don't act on them. You can do it differently. This book is intended to streamline your own process of taking a product from an idea to reality. Potentially it will expedite the process of putting money into your pocket.
 
Book: How to Write a Mystery by Carlene Rae Dater
Dying to write a mystery novel but not sure how to start? How to Write a Mystery is the book for you. With over 30 years of experience in writing and publishing mysteries, Carlene has set up some simple steps to get you started and keep you going until you type, "the end." Chapter one of How to Write a Mystery shows how you start to write using an Intriguing beginning to draw your reader in. [...]
 
Book: The Basics of SCRUM - A Simple Handbook to the Most Popular Agile Scrum Framework by Aditi Agarwal
Scrum is widely defined as an iterative and incremental Agile Framework to build complex products of the highest possible value. It is an incremental approach to develop a product through successive and relentless improvements. In this book, Aditi explains the Scrum roles, artifacts, ceremonies, and principles, along with advanced concepts such as managing technical debt, writing good user [...]
 
Book: Write Your Novel! From Getting Started to First Draft by Maggie James
Have you always longed to write a novel? In Write Your Novel! From Getting Started to First Draft, I aim to inspire you with the confidence to do just that. With this book, I'll be your cheerleader, your hand-holder. We'll work on your mind-set, find sources of support, and deal with procrastination issues. I'll help you carve out the time to write and together we'll smash through the excuses [...]
 
Book: Writing Fight Scenes by Rayne Hall
Dear Author, This book will help you to write a fight scene which is entertaining as well as realistic, and leaves the reader breathless with excitement. You may be clueless about fighting matters, as many authors are. The book will show you step-by-step to write plausible fights and avoid blunders. On the other hand, you may be a skilled martial artist, a military historian or a combat veteran. [...]
 
Book: How to Write a Book - Write a nonfiction book in 7 days with this step-by-step guide by Rebecca McGregor
How to Write a Book Amazon Best Seller in two categories Download this Great Book Today! Available to Read on your computer, MAC, smartphone, kindle reader, iPad, or tablet! Have you been dreaming about jumping over those hurdles in the way of writing your first book? Here I am going to teach you to jump higher than you have ever jumped before and catch those dreams. So, you're a writer? But, so [...]
 
Book: How To Write Your Best Story - Advice for Writers on Spinning an Enchanting Tale by Philip Martin
''I find that most people know what a story is until they sit down to write one.''-- Flannery O'Connor Beginning writers too often believe that plot, or character development, or some structural element is what's needed to get published. This book looks at what really makes fiction work: good storytelling. ''A good writer is basically a storyteller,'' said Isaac Bashevis Singer, winner of the [...]
 
Book: NaNoWriMo - A Cheater's Guide - Tips, Tricks and Hacks for Winning This November (Write Better Books Book 1) by Laura Roberts
Never won National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) before? Struggling to figure out what you're doing wrong? You need to start cheating. Your mother may have told you that "cheaters never win, and winners never cheat," but put that bunkum aside. Winners work the system. Winners use the tools to their own advantage. Winners never stop writing. And winners sure as hell don't believe that writing [...]
 
Book: How to Write, Publish, and Promote a Novel - Steps to Making Your Writing Credible, Engaging, and Marketable by Florence Osmund
If you are a new or aspiring writer with a story inside of you aching to get out but don't know where to start, you've picked up the right book. Even if you're an experienced writer, you may find the contents of this book useful. How to Write, Publish, and Promote a Novel will take you through all the steps required to produce and sell a marketable novel. Read it from beginning to end and you [...]
 
Book: How to Write Novels, Short Stories, Articles and Blogs - For the self-taught, self-made, self-starter, and ambitious reader by Marciano Guerrero and Mary ...
This guide is about the writing of riveting novels, short stories, articles, essays, blogs, and other non-fiction genres. Our method of writing isn't found in any of the traditional textbooks written by theorists, scholars, successful and unsuccessful editors and writers, as well as writers' workshops, and writers' conferences.So, don't for a minute expect a "How to" traditional guide to writing [...]
 
Book: Night Writer - Optimize Your Time, Upgrade Your Skills and Write Around Your Day Job by Sandee L. Hemphill
Does Your Day Job Get in the Way of Writing Your Book? It's a Challenge, Isn't It. But Don't Despair... Help Has Arrived! (Non-fiction; Reference/Writing from Sandee Hemphill) You're pressed for time. You're swamped at work and home demands your after-hours attention. Yet you want to write a book. How do you resolve this dilemma? NIGHT WRITER is the answer you've been looking for. NIGHT WRITER [...]
 
Book: Lessons I Learned As An Author - A Practical Guide to Write Your Book, Publish It & Market It Too by Sheldon D. Newton
Do you want to write a book, but need plain advice as to how to do it? Are you already an author but needs to know what it takes to make it and become a best-selling author . Perhaps you need help with advertising your book. In this ground-breaking, strategic and practical resource, best-selling author and speaker Sheldon D. Newton removes the mysteries surrounding becoming successful as an [...]
 
Book: 25 essential writing tips - Guide to writing good fiction by Alana Woods
What's the secret to a compelling hook? How do you write characters that live and breathe? When do you show and when do you tell? Where does story development take you? Why do your descriptions fall flat? Who is telling the story? First, second or third person point of view. All that and more in 25 essential writing tips.
 
Book: Musings from the Writer's Desk by Elizabeth Bailey
Writing advice straight from the horse's mouth. Elizabeth Bailey's writing blog Helping Writers Get it Right reflects problems she was running into as well as random thoughts about writing that struck her at the time. She tells it like it is with no holds barred. Sometimes philosophical, carelessly casual and occasionally furious, Elizabeth spits out the truth about being a writer and offers up [...]
 
Book: Ghostwriting - The Business of Writing for Other Authors (Writer's Craft Book 31) by Rayne Hall
Excerpt from the book RAYNE'S INTRODUCTION Do you want to break into the exciting world of ghostwriting? Perhaps you love writing, and want to get paid for indulging in your passion. Maybe you are already a professional writer, and want to add a lucrative income stream. Ghostwriting may be the answer. As a ghostwriter, you write, but someone else - perhaps a celebrity, a bestselling author or a [...]
 
Book: The Healing Power Of Natural Foods by Sophia Rowe
Different foods have different ways of impacting our health. There's a popular saying that "we are what we eat". The food we ingest into our body will either have a positive or negative effect on us. It's a fact that in this present age, we are surrounded by preserved foods and many other processed foods which are harmful to our health due to the chemical constituent's present in them but only a [...]
 
Book: How To Write That Scene - Professional Techniques For Fiction Authors (Writer's Craft Book 28) by Rayne Hall
Learn how professional authors craft scenes, and apply the techniques to your fiction. This book shows you how to choose the cast of characters and the point-of-view, how to work with plot events and create conflict, how to build tension and conflict, and how to rework a dull scene to make it sparkle. It teaches you professional techniques for specific types of scenes, with a full chapter for [...]
 
Book: The Three Pillar Model for Business Decisions - Strategy, Law and Ethics by George Siedel
Your friend decides to order a pizza. President Obama decides to authorize the mission that leads to the death of Osama bin Laden. You decide that your business should launch a new product. What do these decisions have in common? They all require using the Three Pillar model of decision making. Our personal, leadership, and business decisions are based on a Law Pillar, a Strategy Pillar, and an [...]
 
Book: Writing Book Blurbs and Synopses - How to sell your manuscript to publishers and your indie book to readers (Writer's Craft 19) by Rayne Hall
Do you want a synopsis that persuades agents to request the whole manuscript? Does your book need a description that entices Amazon customers click the 'Buy Now' button? This guide shows you step-by-step how to create six effective short forms for selling your manuscript to publishers and your indie-published book to readers: * The SYNOPSIS shows the novel's plot structure. You use it to [...]
 
Book: Business Planning Made Simple - Creating A Strategic Guide For Your Success Journey by Steve Hoffacker
"Business Planning Made Simple: Creating A Strategic Guide For Your Success Journey" is an important book that many salespeople and business owners need to read and use. It takes you through your business in a series of steps designed to get you to look at, question, and answer for yourself as to why you do what you do, why you opened your business, how you fill a need, what it takes to keep you [...]
 
Book: Ada's Daughter by Jacqueline Maduneme
Jacqueline Maduneme's life should have been paved with the types of stories little girls dream of, but the landscape of her life was torn apart by a commanding and overbearing father and a series of horrors that would tear most anyone apart and ruin them for life. Ada's Daughter recounts the life of Nigerian-born Jacqueline Maduneme who endured and overcame physical and emotional pain and [...]
 
Book: Hot Niches From Hot Bitches by Laurie Pailes-Lindeman
Looking for the best way to find your Niche? Well you have found it. Take a walk through and see how you can easily understand, accomplish and profit from niches. We will guide you through the challenges from understanding the best niches and how to break them down. After all you don't want to try something that is already all over the internet right? The best part is we show you how to keep your [...]
 
Book: We're Not Write - Two Sibs Misusing Technology by Cass Alexander and C.C. Edwards
"It was the best of texts, it was the worst of texts ..." From accidentally propositioning a friend's mom for a ball massage to finding a booger in a cup of coffee, We're Not Write offers a variety of hilarious anecdotes between siblings, Cass and C.C. Bear witness to their digital correspondence, insults, and major life faux pas in this laugh-out-loud collection.
 
Book: How To Write Your Story - record your personal history in 30 minutes a day by Deb Graham
Why Write Your Own Story? It's a scary thought--What if you die before you tell your life's story, and your busybody sister-in-law decides to write it for you? Yes, she's diligent, but she never really liked you, and she surely doesn't know you as well as you know yourself. No one can tell your personal stories as clearly or as accurately as you can! Now's the time, before it's too late. No dry [...]
 
Book: The Basics Of Kanban - A Popular Lean Framework (The Basics Of Customer-First Product Management Book 3) by Aditi Agarwal
Do you feel overwhelmed with multiple things that need your attention? Do you feel like you're always switching from one task to another, struggling to focus on any one thing for long enough to make progress? Do you feel that you work all day, but can't get anything to complete? Do you feel that you are not as productive as you would like to be? Does your team have enough visibility on work items [...]
 
Book: From Writing With Love by Avril Joy
In From Writing With Love, her inspirational book on writing, Costa Short Story winner Avril Joy shares her writing life - the highs and lows, and everything she learned about writing along the way. 'I came late to writing and after a matter of only months found myself hopelessly in love. I had some modest, early success with publication but then a series of difficult rejections. In 2011 I came [...]
 
Book: Signs of a Great Résumé - How to Write a Résumé that Speaks for Itself by Scott Vedder
Your resume should be full of !@#$%. Just ask Scott Vedder. Scott has developed a simple way to make your resume speak for itself, using !@#$%, the Signs of a Great Resume. Each sign showcases your experience and skills and highlights your greatest achievements and contributions. ! Any part of your experience that was "amazing!" @ Defining points, places, dates and things in your career # Numbers [...]
 
Book: Reading a Writer's Mind - Exploring Short Fiction - First Thought to Finished Story by Linda Acaster
"...I place this one alongside the excellent Dorothea Brande's book ['Becoming A Writer'], and Stephen King's 'On Writing', both of which have been formative in my writing..." - Stuart Aken, author of 'The Methuselah Strain'. "...Her thinking on characterisation is especially enlightening..." - PF Field (Amazon UK reviewer) Wordcount: 53,700 approx - Written by the author of over seventy [...]
 
Book: Writing for Children (Aber How to become an author) by Stephanie Baudet
There has never been a better time to write for children. E-books are now being developed for children but new writers are making errors. Some people think that writing for children is easy but nothing could be further from the truth. The market is tough because of poorly presented manuscripts. That is why this book is so important, it will guide you through the minefield of avoidable mistakes. [...]
 
Book: Write Your Way Out Of Depression - Practical Self-Therapy For Creative Writers (Writer's Craft Book 21) by Rayne Hall
Use your writing talent and your skill with words heal yourself. Author Rayne Hall and psychologist Alexander Draghici show fourteen practical strategies for self-therapy. Do you feel like you're trapped in a dark hole of morass, sinking deeper and deeper, the mud rising to your hips, your chest, your throat? Is despair smothering you like a heavy blanket? Is your own life moving past you like a [...]
 
Book: Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun by Jodi Desautels
Do you know a child who doesn't like to read? After hearing, "I don't like to read," many times, I wrote "Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun." It is geared toward children ages 4-8 who don't like to read, have reading difficulties or disabilities, or other obstacles to reading. Yet, all children will like the adventurous storyline of "Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun" which captures the [...]
 


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