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Writing for non-writers

Writing for non-writers

Some people enjoy writing, so are unlikely to be intimidated by the idea of writing all the text for their eBook. On the other hand, there may be people who are mustard keen on the idea of creating an eBook - but are intimidated by the amount of work they feel is involved.

If you fall into the latter camp, here are a few ideas for how you might get overcome the writing hurdle:
  1. You could write (one or more) short reports, rather than an entire book. If necessary you could add a paragraph or two between each of the reports, making each of them lead more naturally into the next one.

  2. You could reuse information that you've previously published on your web site or ezine.

  3. You could purchase the rights to use somebody else's writing and then publish it in eBook form.

  4. If you have one of this huge "reprint rights" reports libraries, perhaps there are some things in there that could serve as inspiration. If you feel the reports that you have are out-dated, too short, too vague, contain factually errors, or have any other problem - they might at least give you ideas for producing your own, better researched, work.

  5. You could pay somebody to write for you - a "ghost writer".

  6. You could request permission to use articles used by other authors. Some people will allow you to use their articles on your web site or ezine in returning for including their bio or resource box. If you ask nicely, they might also give you permission to use their articles in your eBook.

  7. You could use material whose copyright has expired - but check carefully the copyright really has expired!

  8. You could do interviews with experts in a particular field. If they give you permission to publish their interviews, this could form the basis of your eBook.

  9. If you have a list of bookmarks/favorite web sites on a particular subject, perhaps this could form the basis of a "Resource Guide" - some kind of annotated commentary on web sites about your favorite topic.


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