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Write Chapters to Win Over Your Audie...

Write Chapters to Win Over Your Audience
Want to write your non-fiction book chapters so clearly that your readers will find you easy to read, finish your ebook and become your 24/7 sales team? Word of mouth is still one of the best ways to get known. Most new authors write what they want their audience to know from their expertise. One attorney wanted to brand himself and sell othe [...]

Why Write 9 Edits When One is Enough?...

Why Write 9 Edits When One is Enough? How to Finish Your Book Fast!
Would you like these results from your book? You don’t want to spend all year on this book. You want it finished fast so you can get your cash flow going and brand yourself as the go to person in your niche. Your reader will read each chapter that uses a recommended chapter blueprint in your book. That means she will recommend it to [...]

Book Chapter Writing Blueprint Helps ...

Book Chapter Writing Blueprint Helps Sell Non Fiction
Are your concerns like most of my book coaching clients? “Will my book be readable enough to sell well?” “Will the time and money invested to learn a chapter-writing blueprint that makes my writing more engaging be worth it?” “Will this blueprint skills set work for both my non-fiction ebook selling and hard [...]

Use TextPad to Write Book Chapter Dra...

Use TextPad to Write Book Chapter Drafts and Blog Posts
If you are a writer, you know that your word program has some limitations. When one of my book coaching clients writes a chapter draft and formats it in Word, it is difficult to add ideas and feedback on the copy for the final draft that I email them. And, you can do the formatting in Word when you’re finished using TextPad as your pro [...]

How to Write eBook Chapters that Tran...

How to Write eBook Chapters that Transform Readers into Clients
It’s good to have passion for your eBook’s topic. And, you also need to think about your audience and what they want from your book in any given chapter. And, what kind of time they want to spend on learning from you. How to Write to Please your Audience 1. Think a short book first. Write only 3-5 chapters for one book with an an [...]

How to Get More Book Sales by Adding ...

How to Get More Book Sales by Adding Value in Each Chapter
Do you want your chapters to engage your readers, so they’ll finish and recommend your book? Here, you can see how one client revived her yoga book chapters with specific examples and short tips, so they would be more entertaining, polished, and easy-to-read. When your chapters engage and don’t bore, your readers will gladly sprea [...]

Hook Your Reader by Writing Every Boo...

Hook Your Reader by Writing Every Book Chapter with the Three E’s
Write your book for the one who buys your book-your reader. That’s who decides whether it sells or not. Rather than lecture or tell from your research, think what does my reader want now? How can I use the Three E’s - engaging, enjoyable and easy to motivate my reader from the first paragraph to the last? To keep your [...]

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