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Friday, December 30, 2005

How To Write A Nonfiction Book

This post is now available as a free, formatted .pdf file on my bookstore site. Please help yourself!


Blogger PJ Saine said...

Mike -

Enjoyed the synopsis. An item I would add from my experience in having successfully published multiple non-fiction ophthalmic photography books would be:

"Work on your book every day."

I fit this into my busy work and home schedule by finding a CD I liked (Keith Jarret "Concerts"), buying headphones, and sitting down in front of the computer and writing for the duration of a single CD play every day. More time was acceptable - less was not.

Keep in touch -

PJ Saine

11:27 AM  
Blogger andy said...

Do you have any thoughts about publishing on demand? Is it a waste? A sure route to mediocrity? Or the wave of the future? Just wondering if you've thought about this option.

Come to think of it, the person who told me about this website mentioned that you have used publishing on demand (if I remember correctly). So I should be asking, "Was it worth it? Would you do it again?"

2:39 AM  

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