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Ways to Write Your Book: Voice Recognition Software

Voice recognition software has been developed so that people can quickly convert spoken words into text. Using Voice Recognition Software is another alternative to word processing your book. Like the Dictate & Transcribe method, you simply talk into your computer and the voice recognition software will convert your speech to text on your screen. Pros…

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Ways to Write Your Book: Interview & Transcribe

Did you know that you can speak a 40,000 word book in less than five hours, give or take, depending on how fast you speak? So if you have the type of content that is mostly based on your experience, skills, and reflections, you can easily get someone to interview you for your book. You…

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Ways to Write Your Book: Dictate & Transcribe

Can you speak about your book topic until the cows come home? Did you know that it only takes about five hours to speak a 40,000 word book? So if you’re comfortable speaking about your topic, you can use a digital recorder to dictate your book and then have it either professionally transcribed or use…

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What Method Should You Use to Write Your Book?

“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet,  then you must write it.” Toni Morrison   Many people think there is only one or two ways to write a book. But you might be surprised that there are so many different ways to get your book written. I…

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What Type of Book Do You Want to Write?

  “A book is simply the container of an idea—like a bottle; what is inside the book is what matters.” Angela Carter   You can write different types of books in different formats. When it comes to being a published author, you have a few choices to consider: Small eBook (5,000 to 20,000 words on…

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Who are you writing your book for?

 “The magic and the money are in the niche.” Ayesha Hilton Knowing Your Audience You know why you want to write your book, and you’ve got your topic, but who are you writing it for? Having a clear idea of your target audience before you start writing is critical. It helps you write about what’s…

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Confused about what to write about?

“I do not over-intellectualize the production process.  I try to keep it simple: Tell the damned story.” Tom Clancy  You might already have a clear idea about what you want to write about. If so, that’s great. But if you’re feeling confused about what topic to write about this post moght help you clarify what you…

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How to make your book a bestseller using Kindle Spy

If you have been following me for a while, you know I love tools that make life as an entrepreneur, business owner and an author easier. And I’ve got a great one to share with you today. It’s called Kindle Spy. It’s an add on for your browser (Firefox, Chrome or Safari) that helps you…

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How Do You Use Twitter to Grow Your Business?

These notes are from multiple sources. I would like to acknowledge Phillip Swindell from the Show Notes Guy and his webinar How to Build Your Podcast Audience Using Twitter (this webinar is no longer available unfortunately.) Thanks also to Joel Louis from the podcast The Startup Dad for his useful hashtag keyword tools post in…

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Convert Your eBook to Paperback in Under One Hour – The Paperback Formula

There's a big difference between having an ebook and having your book in paperback. Here are some of the advantages of converting your ebook to a paperback: It makes an amazing buisness card – you can hand it out to prospective partners and clients You can sell and promote your paperback version on Amazon You…

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