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’:

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

Writing and Poetry Contests!

Short Stories, Poetry, and Writing Contests!

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For those who like to enter contests, here are a few to mull upon and for those who enter and win, promotion is a given for your current books!

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THE 2015 COMPETITION IS NOW OPEN 

The Prize is open to everyone, as long as the work is original and previously unpublished.
There is a 6,000 word limit.
The entry fee is €12 per story and you can enter as many stories as you like. 

http://www.themothmagazine.com/a1-page.asp?ID=3055&page=8

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Vallum Award for Poetry 2015

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Vallum is accepting original and previously unpublished poetry submissions for the Vallum Award for Poetry 2015. This year’s contest judge is award-winning poet, Stephanie Bolster!

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Register for the Freeditorial Long-Short Story Contest on WTD!

This may be the most important moment of your journey as a writer.

Register for the Freeditorial Long-Short Story Contest—and you could win up to 15,000 dollars!

There is no registration or entry fee! And you even get a present for registering! You’ll receive the report 10 Vital Self-Editing Tips  immediately after registration. Once you’ve registered, you can submit your story or stories at any time until the close of the contest on June 4th.

The Freeditorial Long-Short Story Contest on WritetoDone

This contest is for ‘long-short story fiction’, i.e. stories between 10,000 and 40,000 words. Entries must be in English. Ultimately, your story will be judged by its popularity and its literary merits.

The cool thing about this process is that the audience has a say in how successful your story will be! And you’ll get exposure as a writer, right from the start of the contest.

http://writetodone.com/register-long-short-story-contest/

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Thanks for 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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To find out more about this blog’s eBook, ‘The Last Wave: A Near-Death Experience’, please click here:

http://www.amazon.com: The Last Wave: A Near Death Experience

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A Book Title’s Free Headline Analyzer

A Book Title’s Free Headline Analyzer

‘Emotional Marketing Value’ Headline Analyzer

A Free Tool To Check for a Title’s Emotional Value

This free tool analyzes titles for Emotional Marketing Value (EMV). It uses the three configuring categories: intellectual, empathetic, and spiritual.

One thing I noticed is that this tool, not being human, does not recognize some major spiritual terms. So use your own discretion, common sense, and don’t take it all completely serious, because we can think about what we want to represent with a title, but an automated tool can not.

It didn’t completely understand the intention of my current book’s title so as far as numbers go, it wasn’t at 100%. ‘The Last Wave’ title now has brand recognition so I dare not change it at this point. Plus, everything is wrapped around it, including this blog.

After obsessively spending some hours on this last night, I now have titles for my next two books, because one was at 100% and the other at 80%.

Have fun with this tool and don’t give up if at first you get 16% and 25%. The 100% title I have was a trial of words and their placements. When I dropped one word, my second book’s title went from 80% to 100%.

Please click on the link (the highlighted words) below to go directly to Advanced Marketing Institute:

Headline Analyzer

Here’s to writers and and their stories: long may you find the inspiration to express your visions!

Thanks for visiting and remember to take care of yourself and your loved ones!

Jennifer T. Webb

‘May Love Reign In All Universes, and Peace Within Each One Of Us.’

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