101 Writing Tweets: 101 Tips and Tweets about Writing How-To Books for the Kindle

101 Writing Tweets: 101 Tips and Tweets about Writing How-To Books for the Kindle
Author
: Glen Ford
Publisher
: TrainingNOW
Pages
: 140
Category
: Non Fiction : General
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Do you want to write a nonfiction book?

Writing nonfiction books for Kindle and other markets is a growing industry. By 2012, Amazon reported that Kindle eBooks were outselling other formats by a factor of 2 to 1 and the numbers were still growing. . The opportunities for the new writer to build a business are enormous.

Publishing a book on Amazon or publishing ebooks on Kindle is now within anyone's grasp.

People write for many reasons. Maybe you are interested in writing a book to build your brand, improve sales, and improve your professional standing. Or maybe you have a message that you absolutely must get out there. Or maybe you want to build a career writing books. Whatever your reason, writing a non-fiction or how to book is no longer the exclusive domain of those special people we call authors. You can write a book too.

Tired of heavy duty courses that waste your time?

This is more than just a set of tips about writing. Altogether, these tips and tweets create a mini-course in writing and publishing on Amazon. Whether you are a new writer or a seasoned professional you will get something from this book.

Glen Ford regularly tweets about writing topics on his Twitter account under the user name of PMPsicle. In this book, he has taken the 101 of his best 140 character knowledge bursts of Twitter and then explained what each tweet means in words that even a new writer can understand. These tips cover the whole life cycle of writing from initial market planning through writing and even to promoting your book. While Glen writes primarily nonfiction or how to books, many of the tips work equally well for authors of fiction books.

Sample chapters from the table of contents:
CHAPTER 1: TWEETS, TIPS AND THE WRITING LIFE
CHAPTER 2: WRITING AS A BUSINESS
CHAPTER 3: THE PROCESS OF WRITING
CHAPTER 4: PLANNING YOUR BOOK
CHAPTER 5: RESEARCHING FOR FACTS
CHAPTER 6: MAP YOUR WAY
CHAPTER 7: FILLING IN THE WORDS
CHAPTER 8: POLISHING
CHAPTER 9: GETTING YOUR BOOK OUT THERE
CHAPTER 10: FINDING READERS
CHAPTER 11: CONCLUSION

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