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This book won't show you how to write a non fiction book, but it will show you why you should do it, and it's filled with good information about conventional and self-publishing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve Alcorn
I accidentally stumbled onto a copy of this book during a brief pass through of a thrift store book section. What a treasure! Read morePublished 4 months ago by *eunice*
Great background. Talks about longevity of sale of non-fiction which fiction does not have among other stuff. Useful.Published 10 months ago by J C Markham
Information marketing doesn't have to be difficult. Marc McCutcheon breaks down the process and offers resources to help you write the next bestseller.Published 19 months ago by Real Person
Instead of using this book in a conventional manner, this book is my go-to guide to help me flesh out ideas and to embrace the inspration of becoming a full-time writer. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Miquiel Banks
I was so excited about this title, that even though I had actually bought it for my daughter, I started reading it myself - and he almost had me. Read morePublished 23 months ago by mcccmu
As the title says: WHY didn't (or don't) we write - anything and everything. Not just what you know, but facts you can gather, other people's knowledge of specific subjects. Read morePublished on October 27, 2013 by I. Burden