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7 Ways to Write a Short eBook, Fast
by Nina Amir from ‘The Future of Ink’
Here is an article with seven ideas for creating a quick read, or mini-book. Although this information was written down in 2012, it is as relevant today as though it was written yesterday.
What I find here about ways to write an eBook fast, is that I have other eBooks already written, from my blog, that can assemble very nicely into informative and helpful mini books. I had thought of this before but the actuality of it all seemed out of reach. Here in this article, I find that writing and self-publishing informative, quick reads, is easier than I thought and more plausible, meaning that there is now a whole new world of writing that just opened up for me! This is all honorable and some of it may sound like cut and paste, but discerning readers know when a writer contributed their own viewpoints and experience to the subject chosen.
I find this list full of fun opportunities to create prosperity from our God-given gifts, which is the goal when reaching for right livelihood.
Here is an excerpt from the article, that could be a positive game changer for some of us:
“Last, but not least, you can compile a question and answer book. This book is exactly what it sounds like: a book of your customers’ or clients’ more common questions answered by you. Again, this is easy to write or blog in short bits—one question with an answer per day.
A client of mine came up with 10 questions prospective clients most commonly ask; he actually discovered he had already answered most of these questions on his blog already and was, therefore, able to re-purpose existing blog posts for a good portion of his book. He wrote the remaining portion. You can easily do this from scratch as well.
By employing one of these seven short-book structures, you’ll write or blog your book fast. You’ll then be ready to get it edited, have a cover designed, and convert it into an ebook format. Before you know it, you’ll be using your short ebook (and maybe even a printed book, too) to promote yourself and your business.”
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Thanks for reading and sharing my journey to spiritual fulfillment and prosperity!
Jennifer T. Webb
‘May Love Reign In All Universes, and Peace Within Each One Of Us.’
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