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Writing Nonfiction: Turning Thoughts Into Booksby Dan Poynter
Synopses & Reviews
Your book will bring you fame, credibility and celebrity status; fortune, a new profit center; the fast lane to fulfilling your mission in life; the ability to build your business and take it to the next level and the capacity to help others by sharing what you know. This New Model will accelerate your book writing, producing, selling and promoting.
"Read this before you write your next book — it will streamline your activities." Travelwriter Marketletter
"Creative people are more productive when they have the best tools. Get the best computer you can afford and this book." Sandy Whelchel, National Writers Association
"Dan shares his experience and insights in a readable, clear and educational way." Ray Newton, National Coordinator, Reader's Digest Writing Workshops
"I find the contents to be a treasury of wisdom, usable suggestions, and resource information that will be of much benefit to would-be authors. Its broad coverage also includes much that will appeal to old hands such as myself I heartily recommend it." Nat Bodian, author, The Joy of Publishing
"Writing Nonfiction is an invaluable, recommended addition to all personal, creative writing seminar, and public library writer reference collections." The Bookwatch
"I'd trust Dan's word, recommendations and predictions over about any publisher, editor, agent or book marketing consultant I've met — and I've met the "supposed" best." Jay Abraham, Getting Everything You Can out of All You've Got
Book News Annotation:
Based on his New Book Model, the head of Para Publishing coaches writers on how to create and package content into salable digital and other formats, and decide whether to self-publish or not. Includes extensive resources.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 138-153) and index.
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