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How To Select Best Selling Nonfiction Ebook Ideas To Publish On Amazon's Kindle (Kindle Self Publishing Clinic Series 1) Kindle Edition
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As a writer/author striving to increase relevance with my readership base, I found this book to be an excellent read. One of my ongoing challenges thus far has been trying to generate interesting, salable book ideas that will provide significant value to my readers.
In this book, Lisa Angelettie shares her many professional "secrets" for achieving this. She is concise and informative and offers step-by-step methods to achieve the goal reflected in the book's title. The author also includes a noteworthy list of resources to support the system that she teaches.
Every writer who reads this book should be able to generate at least 25 book ideas for which they have passion and a broad knowledge base within an hour of reading it. They should also come away from the read with enriched insights into how to refine their topic research skills.
If you are serious about publishing, sincere about writing books that provide great value to your readers, and are looking for concrete ways to accomplish this, you should find your answers here.
This quick read provides many helpful tips and suggestions for authors wishing to write nonfiction. Lisa's marketing advice applies well to introverted writers such as myself. She lays out many ways in which one can use the Internet to discover how well a topic will be received by the possible readership. At 59 pages, the book reads quickly and is easy to navigate as the reader seeks specific pieces of information or useful links in researching the market and places to publish, whether the author to be needs assistance or wishes to cover the process him or herself. The information arrived just in time for me as I was unsure of my next steps while editing a project I am working on based in experience while attempting to transmit information I have learned to other people facing circumstances similar to my own. I will soon be returning to the book to put its advice and links to use.
Just one thing
What should you write about?
Lisa's ebook is packed full of helpful suggestions for choosing a subject which people will want to read
TIp1 provide an immediate solution to someone's problem
Tip2 search online to find problems people are actually searching for solutions
On top of this Lisa's book is well written and easy to read and undertand
Note I was given a free promotional pdf of this ebook.
I have usually a long queue of books pending to read but this one got my attention.
Why? I have always wondered if it makes sense to publish in Amazon and I was looking for the best guide.
This book is plenty of ideas and instructions along with numbers and clear explanations on the whole preparation process of publishing.
I hope you enjoy this book as I did and learn what you need to have your future books in Amazon.
PS. i was given a promotional copy of the book.
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