Erscheinungsdatum: 21.11.2016, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: How to Operate a Freelance Writing Business and How to be a Ghostwriter, Titelzusatz: Insider Secrets from a Professional Ghostwriter Proven Tips and Tricks Every Author Needs to Know About Freelance Writing, Autor: Lowe Jr, Richard G, Verlag: The Writing King, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Business Writing // Businesskommunikation und // präsentation, Rubrik: Briefe, Bewerbungen, Wiss. Arbeiten, Rhetorik, Seiten: 80, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 282 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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So, you think you want to be a freelance writer and you are looking at doing some ghostwriting. Well, ghostwriting is hard work! Yet when properly managed and priced, ghostwriting can be one of the most lucrative freelance writing careers. This book goes through how to successfully run a ghostwriting project, from the initial contact with a prospective client to delivering the completed work. Potential pitfalls are discussed in detail, along with solutions and suggestions. Here is a summary of what you'll learn: How to price a ghostwriting project How to set up a ghostwriting business Running meetings with your client Doing interviews and research Why communication is especially important How to write a Statement of Work to protect yourself and your client How to handle the inevitable revisions How to deliver your final project 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stevie Puckett. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/057384/bk_acx0_057384_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Transform your nonfiction writing now! Through concrete examples and clear guidelines, seasoned and prolific writer, teacher, and coach Jan Yager gives solid advice on how to create business and nonfiction writing that will help you to get ahead in your career. Originally published by Arco with the title, How to Write Like a Professional, this practical and extremely useful book provides guidelines for improved nonfiction writing including a self-evaluation to access your current writing skills; a discussion of the four basic steps to effective business writing; how to overcome writer's block; how to craft a style that's right for you and your audience; how to get your writing published; time management tips for writing; exercises to hone your writing skills; and lots more. This third edition has a new cover and Preface, which discusses the nonfiction writing demands of blogging, as well as an additional section at the back of the book entitled "Some Additional Thoughts on Nonfiction Writing" which covers: The impact of the Internet and Internet-based reference tools on nonfiction writing The current state of business writing skills How globalization is impacting nonfiction or business writing The current improved perception of using a ghostwriter or relying on editors for help The consequences of the rush to publish. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marie Hoffman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/065645/bk_acx0_065645_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
How to Operate a Freelance Writing Business and How to be a Ghostwriter ab 24.49 EURO Insider Secrets from a Professional Ghostwriter Proven Tips and Tricks Every Author Needs to Know About Freelance Writing
How to Operate a Freelance Writing Business and How to be a Ghostwriter ab 8.49 EURO Insider Secrets from a Professional Ghostwriter Proven Tips and Tricks Every Author Needs to Know About Freelance Writing
Brian Tracy said, 'This book gives you a proven strategy to write and sell an excellent book on any business subject you know and care about.' Todd Sattersten, co-author of 'The 100 Best Business Books of All Time,' said, 'No one tells you how hard it is to write a business book. Luckily, Derek's 'Bible' makes it easier-much easier.' Literary agents, publishers, Fortune 500 consultants-they've all had rave reviews for 'The Business Book Bible,' the only full-length, in-depth book on how to put together a great thought leadership book. There are plenty of writing guides out there for memoirs, general business communication, crime thrillers, or romance novels. But until now, there's never been anywhere would-be business authors could turn to for help. That's unfortunate because business books present a completely different set of challenges. For example: - How do you connect with your readers so they trust you and your advice? - How do you artfully point to your products and services without coming off like a late-night infomercial? ¿ - How do you keep your reader engaged throughout the book, especially if your material is--shall we say--less than thrilling?¿ No other writing guide can teach you what you need to know...and do you really want to learn the hard way? ¿With writing your book, you want to get it right the first time. Written by a business ghostwriter, 'The Business Book Bible' covers everything you need to know, from framing your authority to picking the perfect title, plus: - Figuring out how long your book should be - Winning the battle of writer's block - Nailing down your real reader (and what to do when they're different than your ideal client)¿ - Giving away the secret sauce - The unforgivable sin in writing - Looking like a pro (and not a rank amateur) - Acting like a publisher (even if you have one) ....and much, much more. You'll learn how to follow the same 5-step process the author uses to write and ghostwrite multiple books a year. You'll see how to keep your book focused and how to cut the unnecessary material. You'll discover multiple methods of getting your ideas out of your head--and most of them don't even involve writing! John Spence, voted one of the top 100 business thought leaders in America, said, 'As the author of five business books, I sure wish I had read this one earlier in my career. It's would've saved me a lot of time, headache, stress, and money.' Here's a startling example of just one of the great tips and tricks contained in the book: you don't start writing a book by actually writing the book. One of the biggest mistakes first-time authors make is sitting down at their computer, expecting to start with the first word of chapter one, and then write all the way through to 'The End.' If only it were that easy! Amateurs try to get it perfect right from the start. The pros know that writing is a process. You start by getting all your ideas out of head and onto paper first. You'll have a jumbled mess that looks like a new jigsaw puzzle. You have to sift and sort through it to find the material worth using. Then and only then can you start piecing the puzzle together. It's a painstaking, time-consuming process-but one that's well worth it. Peter Economy, 'The Management Guy' at Inc. said, 'Derek Lewis's 'The Business Book Bible' is by far the most comprehensive book I have ever seen on the nuts and bolts of writing a business book. If you're planning to write a business book, then you would do well to read this book first.' Start writing your book by reading this one!
21 Ways to Write & Publish Your Non-Fiction Book is a common sense, easy-to-read guide on both writing and publishing your book. Heralded as 'brilliant' and 'no fluff,' this little book is chock full of how-to's to get that book out of your head and into print! The first half of this book tackles many ways to get your book out of your head and onto paper. Learn everything from compiling a book out of articles or blog posts to co-authoring with a ghostwriter to when and where to write for the most productivity and more! The second half deals with publishing and the various forms it can take. Learn how to get traditionally published, publish an eBook, be part of an anthology and how to publish independently. What others say about this book: 'If you've got a manuscript idea in your head that is trying to get out, you'll want to read this inspirational little book. Short on pages but big on ideas, 21 Ways to Write & Publish Your Non-Fiction Book gives you practical solutions for turning your brainchild into a published book faster and easier than you would have thought possible.' ~Sue Collier, co-author of The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing, 5th Edition 'Yay! Finally a common sense, easy-to-read guide on both writing and publishing your book. Kristen Eckstein cuts through the jargon and simply explains what you need to know so you can get your book out of your head and in front of your readers. Open this book and be ready to take notes!' ~Felicia Slattery, author of Cash in on Communication '21 Ways... gives simple, no-nonsense tips on how to successfully gather content and resources to publish non-fiction work in record time. Kristen is a true professional!' ~Yolanda M. Johnson-Bryant, Bryant Consulting