Aspiring Writer's Guide…A is for Author
How to identify and evaluate good book ideas is the primary objective of this material, which is part of the Finding Your Niche series, and illustrates often overlooked issues and steps to avoid them.
Writing a book is a dream goal for people in all age groups.
Whether for personal profit, career change, self-fulfillment, fundraising for a non-profit or for use as a public relations tool.
2 Research Activities
Profiles, stories, tips and advice from experts.
Bibliography includes 40 + links to academic, nonprofit and useful commercial sites.
Note: All listings are non-paid.
Skills Developed Include:
Research Steps beyond Google
Identifying Writing and Entrepreneurial Challenges
from an author’s viewpoint
*Did You Know Your Skill Set Might Determine Your Best Writing
*Article: Niches, Pseudoniches, and New Niches by Curt Matthews, Independent, August 2013, 26-27.
*Article: The House That Moonshine Made by Norman Gibat, *PMA Independent, February 2007, 7-8. *PMA Independent is now titled the Independent.
*Personal Development Glossary
Selected Terms & Concepts
*Book Excerpt: Self-Publishing Niches from Finding Your Niche: Discover...
*Testing Your Idea
*Finding New Book Ideas
*Search Strategy Outline
*Bibliography and References
2 Free Resources for Personal, Commercial
and Educational Images
Note: Only one discussion question needs listing in the key.
*Glossary Checklist Form...Interactive Form Fields
Adobe Acrobat XI
28 + pages
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