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Understand Publishing and Creating Proper Content with These Books

The art of putting content out there, explained.

Publishing sound like something extremely professional and formal, an occupation reserved to the elite of the educated editors, journalist and gifted authors out there. And it was, until the advent of social media, now everyone can put whatever they want out there and reach their prospective audience.

But there’s a downside! Making the barriers of entry so low for publishing that it actually becomes self-publishing makes the quality, formatting and overall presentation of the content take more than a bit of a dip, commonly dropping dramatically most of the time.

Fortunately, it is easy to make your content look good once you are aware of the pitfalls of publishing alongside the best practices of the trade. Don’t know which those are? Hang tight, there are books that tell you all about them. Make your content look right, follow the lessons from the best books on publishing available out there.

#1 Write Your Book in a Flash by Dan Janal

Write Your Book in a Flash by Dan Janal
“Write Your Book in a Flash shows business executives, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders how to get focused fast, so you can write your book without tearing your hair out.

The secret to completing a book quickly is to have a system. Unlike books that show you why you should write a book, this book actually shows you how to write a book! You’ll discover:

  • How to write a simple outline that makes the writing process faster and easier
  • How to get stunning testimonials to help sell your book
  • How to find and manage beta readers who will share honest feedback before the book is published
  • How to research interesting ideas, stories, and facts so you never run out of ideas or information
  • How to overcome “The Imposter Syndrome” and other limiting beliefs that stifle nearly every would-be author
  • Clear examples that show you what to do (and what not to do)
  • Empowering exercises that show you how to write better and faster
  • Simple how-to steps anyone can follow to write a book

This is the perfect book to read if you are a thought leader, entrepreneur or business executive who wants to write a business book to build your personal brand, open doors to new opportunities, and leave a legacy of wisdom to future generations.

Unlike other books on writing, Write Your Book in a Flash doesn’t debate the pros and cons of self-publishing vs. traditional publishing. Instead, it shows how to use your own work style and personal strengths, preferences, and personality, so you can write the book you were meant to share with the world. ”

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

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#2 Your Book, Your Brand by Dana Kaye

Your Book, Your Brand by Dana Kaye
This is simply the most informative resource on book publicity that I’ve read in more than a decade. By the time you finish, you’ll know how to put together a powerful publicity plan to launch your book successfully.

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

Book Depository (International)Waterstones (International) Read more reviews and buy the book here

#3 Become a Successful Published Author (52 Tips) by Bethany Kelly

Become a Successful Published Author (52 Tips) by Bethany Kelly
Eighty percent of Americans want to be an author. For those in business, having a published book is today’s calling card, and an entrée into speaking engagements and more business opportunities. Bethany’s book describes the intricate ins and outs of the book business in easy-to-understand terms, from coming up with a concept that sells on to editing, designing a professional book cover.

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

Book Depository (International)Waterstones (International) Read more reviews and buy the book here

#4 A Publishing Panacea by Michael White

A Publishing Panacea by Michael White
If you are a writer who wants more direct control over both your writing and its publication, this is just the resource for you. You will learn the basics of Print on Demand, finding a distribution partner, manuscript formatting, eBook preparation, and much more in this power-packed primer. Take control of your published writing for good!

While written with aspiring authors in the United States of America (USA) in mind, there is still much in this book that is applicable to authors anywhere in the world, including the United Kingdom (UK).

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

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#5 Write On, Sisters! by Brooke Warner

Write On, Sisters! by Brooke Warner
Write On, Sisters! illuminates an overlooked reality of the book publishing industry: women writers face both industry-created and self-limiting challenges that male authors do not. Warner pools her twenty years of experience in the publishing industry to expertly point what women writers are up against and offers them support in championing these hurdles.

This read is for all women seeking to combat these limitations, and move forward into the next revolution!

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

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Contributors to this article
Dan Janal from Write Your Book In A Flash

Laurence MacNaughton from LaurenceMacNaughton

Eve Gumpel from Women Lead Publishing

Michael L. White from Parson Place Press

Madison Ostrander from Brooke Warner

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