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A book to help you write your own? See what this reviewer said…

What a great review … should help you decide if my book is for you! Here it is, copied and pasted directly off their website warts and all.

Official Review: How to Write A Brilliant Nonfiction Book

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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “How to Write A Brilliant Nonfiction Book” by Suzan St Maur.]

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4 out of 4 stars


Want to write a book, but don’t know where to start? How to Write A Brilliant Nonfiction Book by Suzan St Maur is the perfect guide to help you write your first book. The book is split into 4 parts; part 1: before you start writing your book, part 2: how to plan then write your book. Part 3: how to get your book published, and part 4: how to promote and sell your book. It contains step-by-step instructions on how to make your book the best. The author is a professional writer who has written 37 nonfiction books.

I really liked the cover of this book. It immediately caught my attention, and it’s what made me want to read the book in the first place. The author provides step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow. The book teaches you everything, from the point of creating your title, to publishing your book. The book has it all. I like the author’s writing style. It feels like the author is having a conversation with you. I also like the way the author structured the book. All the important tips are in bold, and there are lists in bullet point form. This makes it easier to read, and it’s easier to remember the information.

Talking about information, I like that the author doesn’t waffle, and instead, she gets straight to the point. The author included the perfect amount of information. It’s not too much that it becomes overwhelming. It’s just the right amount. Furthermore, I enjoyed the author’s humour throughout. It makes the book more fun to read.

There’s nothing that I disliked about the book. Everything was planned out great, and it was well written. At only 116 pages, it is a short book, and it can be read in one sitting. I like that the author provides her email so that readers can reach out to her if they have any problems. This is really nice because it shows she really cares about her readers.

Overall, I would rate this book 4 out of 4 stars because it was written very well. The title suggests that this book will teach us how to write a nonfiction book, and that is exactly what it does. I only found one mistake, so it is professionally edited. This is a perfect guide for writers or people who want to start writing a book. I highly recommend it.

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How to Write A Brilliant Nonfiction Book
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What we learn about marketing anything, from marketing a nonfiction book

As you can’t fail to have heard I have just published another nonfiction book of my own (as well as some of my clients’ new books!) … and the experience of marketing them has reaffirmed my convictions that most books benefit from being regarded as ‘products’ as well as works of art.

how marketing a book is similar to marketing any other product

Without being too pedantic, here’s a reminder of the Four P’s Of Marketing

Before you jump down my throat and call me a Philistine, let’s take a deeper look

As you you know ‘marketing’ can mean anything from an academic structure within commerce to walking down the street to buy groceries. [Read more…]

Why you won’t need me to help you write your nonfiction book

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I’d love to help you write your book but frankly, with all my experience and skills having been poured into this book, you probably won’t need me!

“Suzan is full of knowledge and common sense so this book is a must have from the moment you consider writing a book”Elizabeth Toogood, Insightful Business Mentor

It’s here at last for you to learn, write, make the right decisions about publishing, and above all to enjoy the whole experience.

I give you… the long promised, much-agonised-over

How To Write A Brilliant Nonfiction Book!

It was worth the wait…

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Not sure what to write about in your nonfiction book?

If you want to write a nonfiction book to help promote your business, charity or other activity, you may find that – to start with – you don’t have a clear idea on what content your readers would appreciate most.

In this article, adapted from my new book which will be published early November 2020, you’ll find a number of suggestions that will fire up your inspiration and help you refine your choices. Here are some ideas to be going on with (see below):

what to write a book about

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The secrets of a brilliant nonfiction book proposal

Writing a nonfiction book? Want to have a go at getting it published by a traditional publisher like HarperCollins or Simon & Schuster?

Nowadays many traditional publishers accept online submissions for nonfiction, especially for business and self-help titles. With publishers still being a little on the pernickety side you must absolutely following their submission guidelines to the letter.

article on book publishingThe bad news is, each one will have a slightly different set of questions. The good news is, they normally are very like each other.

Here are the main elements of proposal forms that you’re likely to encounter, and how to ring the right bells…

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What does a nonfiction book need to be successful?

Much as we authors like to think even our business or self-help books are the next best thing since How To Win Friends And Influence People, ego must be dumped and business acumen must prevail. Bottom line: with nonfiction books the question of whether or not to write one has to be a business decision.

It needs to be taken in the same way as a decision to introduce a new product or service. With nearly all nonfiction (and fiction too, up to a point) there is usually room for a good new book on the market, provided it’s likely to attract a substantial group of readers because:

**It’s about something entirely new and very interesting that no-one has written about before or
**It’s about something that’s not new, but to which you contribute something entirely new and very interesting

If readers can find all or most of your information on Google, don’t write a book about it.

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