EBook Inspiration: Write A Short EBook Fast, by Nina Amir

EBook Inspiration: Write A Short EBook Fast, by Nina Amir

The Doorway to a New Writer’s World

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.”

Read the rest of this article by visiting ‘The Future of Ink’:

So, here’s to you attaining healthy dreams! Plus, do take it serious that you have something unique to offer the world!

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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Finding Your Readers Plus Good Reads and Writing Tips, by Suddenly Jamie

Finding Your Readers Plus Good Reads and Writing Tips, by Suddenly Jamie

Good Reads and Writing Tips

This article about what writing really means, deep down, to writers, is eloquently written and no one could say these things better.

I am enlightened after reading some of these insights about why authors do what they do and what keeps us going, and even more importantly, what do we want to communicate through words.

I will put this post somewhere that I can reach out to when I am getting frustrated or questioning the author’s path, for it is a feel good article.

Live to Write - Write to Live

So Many Fish in the Sea, So Many Readers in the World

wooded roadWriting is an intrinsically challenging task. To do it well you must corral and harness many different parts of your intellect and spirit. You must learn to manage the diverse elements of your vision, imagination, and craft so that they move in tandem, pulling your story forward. The process requires varying degrees of earned skill, innate intuition, and stubborn stamina.

If, in addition to getting the words on the page, you also hope to have others read those words, you introduce an entirely new layer of complexity to your literary endeavors. In essence, you invite strangers to collaborate in your creative process. Because, make no mistake, crafting your story with a reader in mind (even an as yet unknown reader) changes both the writing experience and its outcome. As Samuel Johnson said, “A writer only begins a book…

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The Victorian Language of Flowers

The Victorian Language of Flowers

Here is a beautiful post about flowers on this special day for Mother Earth. The meanings of the flowers are well-written and rather romantic!

Tales from the Fairies


In almost every culture in the world flowers have played an important part in the lives of human beings. Flowers appear in religious rituals all over the world, they are also a part of our ceremonies celebrating birth, adulthood, marriage and death. In India Hindus offer Flowers to the Gods when they pray. They put flowers on banana leaf boats and release them into the river carrying their prayers with them. In Japan there are flower viewing festivals called Hanamis to celebrate the blossoming cherry trees. In France they celebrate the Lily of the Valley on May Day.


The Victorian era was the age of the flower garden, and flower symbolism bloomed in these days and became part of the contemporary popular culture. The Victorians used flowers in everyday life, women wore flowers in their hair or pinned on their dresses, and bouquets were sent as Love tokens. The language…

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Social Media Icons Widget

Social Media Icons Widget

WordPress has released a way to add the social media icons in a simpler way!
“Now available in a widget dashboard near you, we present the Social Media Icons Widget! No longer do you have to fiddle around with complicated HTML code to add beautiful social media icons to your blog or website.” Hot Off the Press

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Now available in a widget dashboard near you, we present the Social Media Icons Widget! No longer do you have to fiddle around with complicated HTML code to add beautiful social media icons to your blog or website.

With this new widget, you can add icons for the most popular social networks in no time. The icons are linked to your social media profiles, making it easy for your readers to follow your latest status updates.

The Old Way


The New Way


Currently, we support adding social media icons for the most popular social networks, including:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
  • GitHub
  • YouTube
  • Vimeo

If you want to add an icon for a different service, you can do so with a bit of HTML.

After you save your widget, check out your blog to see how the snazzy new icons look. Then grab yourself a cup of tea, and watch your follower…

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