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Get Paid to Write! How to Make Money Writing for Magazines,
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Poet Power!: The Poet's Complete Guide to Getting Published
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Eight Niche-Market, High Profit Books You Can Write, Publish and Sell in Your Own Home Town There are many books that even the most inexperienced writer can handle very easily and that can be, very, very profitable. I have made tens of thousands of dollars from books for local, regional, and highly-targeted markets. This report contains eight specific book projects that you can undertake in any town or city for very significant profit at no financial risk to you. Best of all. these ideas can be duplicated in market after market. Item 1021

How to Create (and Enjoy) a Literary Reputation. Your literary reputation is not only a pleasant thing to have, but increases your value as a writer. The better known you are, the more editors come to you with assignments and for interviews. There are grants, awards, trips, speeches, seminars, writer's conferences with all expenses paid. Sit back and idly wait for all this to happen? I don't think so. There are no reputations except self-made reputations. This Info-Pak show you how to get started on yours. Item 1018

The Anatomy of a Book. This Blue Book is a must for self-publisher or other writers who want to check up on the POD publishers or small presses that are publishing their books. Three is a great deal of tradition in book design, and it is important that your book observe it. A seriously published books must look like a seriously published book is supposed to look. Otherwise it will smack of amateurism and not stand a dog' chance of getting reviewed. From front matter, through typography and page design, to back matter and index, this Blue Book explains the basics of book design in a language you can understand. Item 1015

Five Templates for Articles that Editors WANT TO BUY. When a query came across my editorial desk for one of these articles, my attention immediately perked up. These were articles my readers liked to read and that were so easy to write that the relatively inexperience, break-in writers that I routinely dealt with in my regional magazines could easily bring them off. Or if they did not I could edit them quickly and plug them into my publishing plans. So if you are trying to get published, or have so far met with limited success, this Blue Book is for you. Item 1014

How to Sell Information on the Internet. No one that I know of will pay you anything much to publish your writing on the web. It's still a nickel and dime game. But you can write and sell your own information articles on your own web site. After all, that's what I'm doing with this site. This Blue Book leads you through a survey of the possibilities and shows you how to create information that can be sold on the web. Item 1024

The Query Letter That Never Fails. Avoid the slush pile. This Info-Pak will make you a writer who regularly places his or her work in major markets. I sold my first big article (over the transom) to Esquire using these techniques. The odds against this happening were many thousands to one. My query did it. I have also read thousands of queries that came across my desk as the editor of a popular regional magazine. I could count on the fingers of one hand the number of well-written queries that contained all the elements that any successful query must contain. Item 1022
How to Get an Agent. One of the most often asked questions at my seminars is this one: "How can I get an agent to Sell my books." This valuable report tells you when you need an agent, what agent can and cannot do for you, how to find a reputable agent and avoid scam artists ªof which there are many), what agents are looking for in a writer, and how to present yourself and your work in a way that is most likely to be successful. Item 1001
How to Publish an eBook. EBooks are the wave of the future. Sales are growing day by day, especially with informational products like this Little Blue SourceBook™ series. If you have a good desktop computer and some basic software like Microsoft Word or WordPerfect you can create and your own eBooks and sell them on the web through your own website and on the web sites of others. This Blue SourceBook gives you the information you need to get started. Item 1003 (Coming Soon)
Peril and Pitfalls of POD Publishing. The newcomers on the publishing scene are the firms like iUniverse and 1st Books -- the so-called POD "publishers." At first glance it seems like a fine opportunity to get your book into print quickly and inexpensively. But all may not be as bright as it seems. There are very real drawbacks in going this publishing route. Before you make a decision I highly recommend that you read this Little Black Book. It may just save you time, trouble, money, and, most of all, disappointment. Item 1004.
Tom Williams' Book Writing System. Yes, there is a book writing system, and it works! I developed this technique when I was faced with the challenge of writing a doctoral dissertation at the University of North Carolina. I saw others spend years to get the job done. I figured there had to be a better way, and came up with one. Utilizing my system, I wrote the dissertation over a single winter, and turned it in complete. It was accepted without change and became my first published book. I have since used the system on many other books. This is as close to being easy as writing a book can get. This Little Blu SourceBook will enhance your productivity like nothing else can. Item 1005 (Coming Soon)
Don't Write Your Book - Channel It! That's right. Entire books have been channeled from other sources than the writer's conscious mind. Robert Louis Stevenson told of the "little voices" that dictated much of his work. Novelist Stewart Edward White's The Betty Book transcribed materials that were channeled from sources that Betty White called "The Invisibles." It's called automatic writing. The hand simply moves over the paper, writing things that the person holding the pen is totally unaware of. This talent is widespread, but no one knows who will be a successful channeler until you put yourself to the test. This Blue Books, for the first time, tells how it is done. Item 1031
How to Become a Syndicated Newspaper Columnist. The payoff can be big, both in financial reward and in professional recognition and presence. But it is a slow build, and you have to know how to go about it. As editor of a weekly newspaper, I often bought the columns of freelancers who were aiming for the ultimate rewards of syndications. This Blue Book tells you how to get started, what to write about, how to write about it, how to achieve visibility, how to present your columns to newspapers in a format that they can use. Item 1006

Book Promotion and Publicity Checklist. All the information, addresses and contact names you need to promote your book like the professionals do. Self-Publishers, as well as writers published with traditional presses, must promote their books relentlessly. The problem is, most writers and self-publisher don't know how this is done. Do you know why promotion is begun six months before publication date? Do you know why some of the most important review ok sources willnot loat your book after it is printed, but require pre-publication galley proofs? Do you know how to contact book clubs? A very valuable Blue Book for serious writers. Item 1012 (Available Soon)

The Freelancer's Paradigm.This report reveals the inner structure--invisible to the inexperienced eye--of practically every successful magazine article and many non-fiction books. This basic free-lance writing trade secret makes your own articles or the articles that appear in your publications reader-friendly professional through and through. Writers who use it experience a quantum leap in their free-lance success. Ignore he free-lancer's paradigm? You may, but you do so at your own risk. Item 1011

Nine Success Secrets of the Freelance Masters. They say it's getting harder to get published these days, let alone make a living as a freelance writer for magazines. Yet there are those who do so, day in and day out. How do they do it? What are their secrets? In my experience as a magazine editor as well as a freelancer myself, I learned that the masters of the trade share certain common traits and techniques. You can (and must, if you want to be successful) use these techniques too. I have identified nine of them, and I lay them out in this Blue Book. Item1008
How to Write Powerful Titles. (by Emmanual Haldeman-Julius) Three things to remember: TITLES SELL! TITLES SELL! TITLES SELL!" "I think writers owe me a powerful title," says one magazine editor. That's because titles have even more sell power that the contents. This was proved by one of the great publishing entrepreneurs of all time, Emmanuel Haldeman-Julius, a newspaper publisher and founder of the original Little Blue Books series in the 1920's. When sales were slow on a title, Haldeman-Julius sent a book to his "book hospital," where he operated on the title. Back in circulation, the renamed book sold many times as many copies as before. Read Haldeman-Julius own account of what it takes to make a powerful title. Item 1010
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