If you’ve been wondering how you could get published, or how you could monetize your writing, then search no further. Because the ebook you’re about to download: 7 Days To Easy-Money: Get Paid To Write A Book is a perfect writing tonic to boost your writing potentials.
This is a book that has been written on what to do, how to do it, when to do it, who to contact if you want to get paid for writing a book. We’re in a digital world, yet this ebook covers the most crucial things to do before setting out to get your book published.
Written by an Australia author and one of the authorities in the book industry, Angela Booth’s 7 Days To Easy-Money: Get Paid To Write A Book has 60 pages, while this downloadable copy is a 90-page containing other resources you need (61-90) to get an aspiring writer on the right track.
Why 7 Days To Easy-Money: Get Paid To Write A Book?
The writer is neither a magician nor a “talisman” when she says 7 Days To Easy-Money, she only uses the seven days in a week to map out the exact blueprint aspiring writers can employ to get their ideas to the outside world, and get paid for it.
Putting the manuscript of your literary works under your pillow isn’t enough to fetch you money, the writer has laid out the specifics in order to earn a complementary living from your works.
Let’s put it this way: if you’ve been writing for a certain number of people, but want to take steps further to reach out to publishers, and agents about your ideas, the table of contents tells you what is expected of you to achieve in day one, day two…day seven.
To me, some of the interesting parts of 7 Days To Easy-Money: Get Paid To Write A Book are:
- Angela Booth clearly defines the technical terms in writing, and publishing.
- Interestingly, the jargons aren’t just for book publishers; undergraduate student who is about writing his/her project, freelancers can also tap from this.
- Terms like proposal, querry, makes this book a universal resource in the world of writing irrespective of genre.
On page 10, Angela succinctly puts a book proposal has “a business document which convinces a publisher to buy your book before you’ve written it. Your proposal says, in effect: “Hey, I’ve got a great idea for a book which lots of people will want to buy. Do you want to publish it?”
Angela Both’s choice of words
Her choice of words is simple; no dictionary for you to get the ideas therein. The technical terms are clearly defined with easy to understand samples.
She tells us in this book that you must practice what you preach. She isn’t any of the writers out there who write “how to’s” without giving samples. This one contains several samples from which you get inspired. To me, that makes it simple to get you started.
Angela Booth is simply a dynamic writer!
About Angela Booth
Angela Booth is a professional writer with more than two decades of experience. She writes about business, technology, women’s issues, and creativity.
Some of her other books:
LifeTime: Better Time Management in 21 Days,
Home Sweet Office: Your Home Office
Improve Your Memory in 21 Days
Making the Internet Work for Your Business.
Her writings have featured in The Australian Women’s Weekly, Woman’s Day, New Idea,
Vogue, and numerous other print and online magazines.
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