7 tip-filled articles answer questions about planning nonfiction books

Posted August 23rd @ 12:11 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

roger-step1-plan-150x150Monday’s planning tip for authors

If you have questions about planning and writing a nonfiction book to build your personal brand and promote your business, here are 7 articles to help you make the right book planning decisions.

When you visit the Author’s Journey series on the Active Garage blog , you’ll find links to 7 tip-filled articles I wrote to offer business owners and self-employed professionals a new perspective and detailed advice about planning nonfiction books.

These 7 articles address the planning planning questions

Each topic addresses a specific question about planning a nonfiction book, including:

  1. Does writing a book make sense for you?
  2. How can I target the right readers for my book?
  3. What should I write about?
  4. How can I research my book’s competition?
  5. What’s the right publishing alternative for me?
  6. What’s the best size for your book?
  7. Who can help me write my book?

An invitation

If you don’t find the answers to your planning questions on my Active Garage’s Author’s Journey series,  submit your questions about planning a book as comments, below. I’ll do my best to answer them. Or, submit your questions about planning a book to me via e-mail.

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