How to Write an eBook 2017-08-31T05:13:00+00:00

How to Write an eBook

eBook Writing & Creation

Our eBook Writing Department provides tips, resources and advice that will show you How to Write an eBook that your target audience will want to buy!

Writing an eBook and reaching the best-seller lists is now a real option for all writers thanks to self-publishing.

How To Write an eBook

2 Proofreading Tips Every Indie eBook Author Must Know

As you will know by now, I am the first to acknowledge that when it comes to spelling, grammar and proofreading I always seek help from a professional. I always read through my completed eBook but I find that proofreading

How to Format an eBook using Microsoft Word

'How do I format my eBook using Microsoft Word' is a common question most first time authors have. Essentially you can either pay for a service provider to format your eBooks or you can do it yourself. Some eBook

9 Tips to Make a Start in Writing Your eBook Now

So you don't know where to start? You need a plan and some direction to get the ball rolling in writing your eBook. If you are considering writing an eBook then there is a good chance that you already have a great idea

12 Excuses For Failing as a Writer

My career has evolved over the past ten years to where I am now involved in many areas of the digital publishing industry from consulting, educating to writing. Back in 2004 I had the dream of becoming a successful

What is Stopping You from Writing Your eBook?

It is only natural human instinct to question or doubt what we do. But, those who allow that doubt to constantly prevent us from achieving our goal of becoming a published author should carefully analyze

Writing A Best-Selling Non-fiction eBook Checklist

Ok, it’s not going to be quite like Dave letterman’s Top Ten List, but hopefully it will provide you with some valuable information when it comes to writing an eBook with the hope of it becoming a best-seller.

How to Brainstorm Your Next eBook or Blog Post

Brainstorming is often required to get all of your ideas down on paper before you start writing. Brainstorming helps you to identify the specific details for an idea. As an author you will constantly get new ideas as