Writing nonfiction: turning thoughts into books
4th ed., rev.
Writing Nonfiction provides a roadmap. You will learn how to break the topic down into easy-to-attack projects; how and where to do research; a process that makes writing easy; how to improve material; how to evaluate your publishing options and how to develop an individualized and workable plan. Using the pilot system of organization, the binder concept and the check-off lists, the book becomes easy to write. This plan will accelerate book writing whether you type it or dictate it..
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|Grouping Title||writing nonfiction turning thoughts into books|
|Grouping Author||poynter dan|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-14 00:39:35AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-24 04:49:20AM|
|available_at_ignacio||Ignacio Community Library|
|detailed_location_ignacio||Ignacio Community Library - Nonfiction|
|display_description||Approached from page one, writing a book appears to be a long, steep climb. And once you reach the summit, you have to hunt for an agent or a publisher. With the larger publishers concentrating on potential best sellers by well-known authors, it is virtually impossible for the new writer to catch the attention of a publisher-or even an agent. But the situation is not hopeless; on the contrary, there is an easy solution because the book writing-publishing model just changed. 'Writing Nonfiction' by Dan Poynter describes the New "Book" Model: the technology has finally arrived to enable us to wr.|
|owning_library_ignacio||Ignacio Community Library|
|owning_location_ignacio||Ignacio Community Library|
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|title_display||Writing nonfiction : turning thoughts into books|
|title_full||Writing nonfiction : turning thoughts into books / Dan Poynter|
Writing nonfiction turning thoughts into books / Dan Poynter
|title_sub||turning thoughts into books|
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