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How To Write About Yourself: price slashed on this popular eBook

Do you shiver at the thought of writing a short biography about yourself? Feel frightened to start writing a new CV? Get the heebies if you have to write a personal statement?

From a 2-line bio to a full length autobiography … this book shows you how to make the most of yourself, truthfully and thoroughly, without exaggeration.

And as an end-of-summer-super-saver, here’s your chance to grab “How To Write About Yourself” for a fraction of the normal price!

Suze shares 20,000 words’ worth of her own experience and skills at writing about herself – as well as about others on their behalf – and helps you remove the fear, remove unnecessary modesty or shyness, and just do an honest, powerful job.

I really like How to Write About Yourself. A straightforward, easy to read book with real life examples. The perfect thing to have on your shelf to dip into when that important piece of personal writing pops up!” Nicola Cooper-Abbs , http://www.allwords.co.uk

“At first I thought it would have little practical relevance for me – when would I ever write about myself? But I’d forgotten things like the “about us” page on websites (we now have four!) and profiles/bios (which I’m often asked for to tag onto articles etc). The section on testimonials was very useful as well – I love the third party interviewer idea. It makes it so much less awkward for both parties. The personal brand stuff was very interesting. As ever, it was beautifully easy to read – simple and logical without being the slightest bit patronising!” Jane Hatton, Managing Director, http://www.evenbreak.co.uk

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This 88 page book is packed with advice, tips, guidelines and tricks of the trade to ensure that whatever you write about yourself, will make the most of your talents and abilities and come across as the person you really are.

  1. “About Us” pages for your business
  2. Personal “about” pages/bios/profiles
  3. CVs/résumés
  4. Covering letters and emails
  5. Personal statements (university)
  6. Personal statements (CVs/résumés)
  7. Getting good testimonials
  8. Your personal brand
  9. Personal blogging
  10. Autobiographies

NO, YOU’RE NOT DREAMING  –  THIS SERIOUSLY USEFUL 88-PAGE eBOOK IS  JUST  $4.50  (£3.00)  !!!




How To Write About Yourself

Writing,CVs,resumes,biographies,job applications,autobiographies,life story

Sometimes it can be hard to write about yourself: this book makes it easy for you.

Do you shiver at the thought of writing a short biography about yourself? Feel frightened to start writing a new CV? Get the heebies if you have to write a personal statement?

From a 2-line bio to a full length autobiography … this book shows you how to make the most of yourself, truthfully and thoroughly, without exaggeration.

Suze shares 20,000 words’ worth of her own experience and skills at writing about herself – as well as about others on their behalf – and helps you remove the fear, remove unnecessary modesty or shyness, and just do an honest, powerful job.

I really like How to Write About Yourself. A straightforward, easy to read book with real life examples. The perfect thing to have on your shelf to dip into when that important piece of personal writing pops up!” Nicola Cooper-Abbs , http://www.allwords.co.uk

“At first I thought it would have little practical relevance for me – when would I ever write about myself? But I’d forgotten things like the “about us” page on websites (we now have four!) and profiles/bios (which I’m often asked for to tag onto articles etc). The section on testimonials was very useful as well – I love the third party interviewer idea. It makes it so much less awkward for both parties. The personal brand stuff was very interesting. As ever, it was beautifully easy to read – simple and logical without being the slightest bit patronising!” Jane Hatton, Managing Director, http://www.evenbreak.co.uk

Now for a mere  $4.50  (£3.00) – get it right now as an instant download!

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This 88 page book is packed with advice, tips, guidelines and tricks of the trade to ensure that whatever you write about yourself, will make the most of your talents and abilities and come across as the person you really are.

  1. “About Us” pages for your business
  2. Personal “about” pages/bios/profiles
  3. CVs/résumés
  4. Covering letters and emails
  5. Personal statements (university)
  6. Personal statements (CVs/résumés)
  7. Getting good testimonials
  8. Your personal brand
  9. Personal blogging
  10. Autobiographies

No, you’re not dreaming – this seriously useful 88-page eBook is just $4.50  (£3.00). Treat yourself to it right now – as an instant download!

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How to write yourself a wonderful wedding website

Getting married this year? Welcome John Daulton from Your UK Wedding Directory who explains how to set up a low-cost yet effective wedding website to capture all those memories forever.

Wedding websitesby John Daulton

So… you’re getting married and you know you’d like to document it and keep reminders of it in every way you can. You’ve hired the photographer, and you know your friends will be there taking videos and photos with their smartphones. What else can you do to keep the memories alive? [Read more…]

How to write a powerful bio about yourself: 10 Top Tips

Although writing about yourself for business, voluntary work, sports or leisure information, etc. has many common denominators, writing short bios (1-2 paragraph biographies) is a bit of a special art.

How to write a powerful bio about yourself: 10 top tips

Usually you have very few words to play with, from maybe 30 words at the painful shorter end and up to, say, 150 at the more relaxed end. The bad news: this does not allow you much room for manoeuvre. [Read more…]

Like what Suzan St Maur writes? Find out how to write it yourself

Announcing … Suzan St Maur from HowToWriteBetter.net…

Workshops and speaking topics

Like what she writes? Let her show you how to write it yourself

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How to write with a tomato

Do you do Pomodoro? Yes, it’s Italian for tomato, but also it’s biz-speak for a productivity-increasing method. We writers like to think we can use methods like this to crank out the words faster. (Or do we?)

Pomodoro for writers

It’s named after a timer that looks like a tomato. Not exactly romantic, but it has caught on.

So we asked business admin expert Jean Weir to give us the skinny on how this technique works. And then we asked some other writers what they think about writing with tomato …

Over to Jean… Sz 

What is the Pomodoro technique from a writer’s point of view?

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