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How to Write a Book - A Guide to Nonfiction Writing - cover

How to Write a Book - A Guide to Nonfiction Writing

A. I. Abana

Publisher: Lexis Tuco

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                                        How to Write a Book
 
This disquisition disambiguates the details of book writing other volumes would not discuss. Within the pages of this book are revealed the secrets to book-writing prowess. From writing books, to reports, to white papers to articles, and even product reviews, you would find the method and technique discussed in this book valuable.
 
How to Write a Book is written for those who want to find out the “secret formula” to writing and churning out book after book, and for those who want to know what definite things go into writing a decent, relevant, life enriching and immensely valuable book.
 
Here is a gem for aspiring authors and those who want to perfect their craft in art of writing a book.

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