How to Write a Great Book and Get It Published

How to Write a Great Book and Get It Published ✿ [EPUB] ✷ How to Write a Great Book and Get It Published By Tom Evans ❥ – Bluevapours.co.uk Now it is easier than ever to publish a bookespecially with great sites like Smashwordsit makes sense to write a great book This free guide from author, poet amp; mentor, Tom Evans, has loads of usefu Now it is easier than ever to publish Write a Kindle Ò a bookespecially with great sites like Smashwordsit makes sense to write a great book This free guide from author, poet How to PDF or amp; mentor, Tom Evans, has loads of useful tips to take you into the Written amp; Published section of the population.

I am an author, meditation guide and temporal Write a Kindle Ò alchemist After publishing books non fiction books, I've just published my st novel, Soulwaves which is a potential future How to PDF or history of planet Earth and humanity I have now written the prequelsequel to this novel in the form of short stories and tall talesI love exploring how the to Write a PDF/EPUB À mind works or doesn't and reading the esoteric with the aim of.

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  • Nook
  • How to Write a Great Book and Get It Published
  • Tom Evans
  • 11 June 2018

10 thoughts on “How to Write a Great Book and Get It Published

  1. Allison Renner says:

    This book is more aimed towards the publishing and money side of writing, than the actual telling a story aspect. Some of the sentences were pretty ridiculous: …a twelve chapter book will take 6 to 12 days of your time to write. You will need to find this time or engage a ghost writer. REALLY? The author plugs his own site a lot, which is fine, except it made the book less complete, because you have to go to his site and/or pay him to get further information (though it could more than likely be found on your own). On the about the author page, it was said that He… has been called, by others, both a wizard and alchemist. Just a little ridiculous, no? That being said, it's a very short read, and there are a few good checklists of things you need for a query or if you're self-publishing, but overall, you could find that information elsewhere.

  2. Donna Jones says:

    very good book. short and to the point.

  3. Sherry says:

    This was a fast read (it's less than 50 pages). In some aspects there was good information - especially regarding self-publishing - but in other aspects the information wasn't really information at all, but just plain old common sense. I felt this was more an advertisement for the author's business and website than an actual how to book.

  4. The Amusing Muse says:

    It appears this book has some very good information in it. I'll be better able to evaluate it once I begin to put things into practice.

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