A Writers Storm

A WRITERS STORM

Writing For Passion or Money, Publishing, Kindle Books, Self-Publishing,

Or Traditional Print Publishing.

Why He Doesn't Love You Anymore by James C Tanner. Self-help for those struggling with the pain of a broken heart, rejection, and emotional abandonment.

A Writers Storm — As a professional writer, I have bucked the trend in launching this small book. I am deliberately releasing this publication in a VERY un-edited form, and for a reason.

While I believe anyone with an interest in writing will gain solid insight from the pages of this book, the vast majority of readers will be those “closet” writers who hold deep within themselves a burning desire to write, but feel intimidated to “come out” of their closet for fear their work might not measure up to the J.K. Rowling’s, the Danielle Steel’s, the Sidney Sheldon’s, or the Stephen King’s of this world.

The writing world is full of critics, I encounter them every day. Writing is a form of expression – a craft. As a craft it is honed over time, and through regular exercise. In presenting this information, I in no way wish to discourage or intimidate the next up and coming writing giant. This work is presenting raw un-cut information in it’s simplest form.

As a writer, I am frequently approached by those who have the dream or desire to write a book. The conversations quickly turn to comments such as, “There’s a book inside me but I can’t find a publisher” or “I want to write a book but I don’t know where to begin”.

A WRITERS STORMWriting For Passion or Money, Publishing, Kindle Books, Self-Publishing, Or Traditional Print Publishing is based on the most frequent questions I have been asked over time and the answers which I chose to give to those same questions. This book been written in such a way so as to provide you, the reader, with solid insider tips on how to write a book, as well as the varying style of publishing for you to consider.

Through “A WRITERS STORMWriting For Passion or Money, Publishing, Kindle Books, Self-Publishing, Or Traditional Print Publishing”, a person will gain fresh insights into the difference between writing for passion, or writing with the motivation to build a long-term reliable source of income.

One of the greatest dilemmas faced by writers is knowing how to locate the topics readers actually want to pay money to read about. We’ll delve into that issue here in A Writer’s Storm.

How long does my book need to be? The question is common, and in all honesty there are few resources which properly and accurately address this question. A Writer’s Storm openly discusses this hot button topic.

When it comes time to publish, many writers find themselves confused as to which style of publishing is best for them – digital publishing, such as Kindle publishing, or the more traditional paper print style of publishing. The content contained in these pages give you a brief introduction to the varying types of publishing.

This book touches on many more issues related to writing and getting your book published, but perhaps my favourite subject to discuss is the topic of how to make a living from writing.

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A Writers Storm

Writing your own book is an incredible accomplishment, but many novice writers complete the writing of a manuscript only to have it collect dust in a drawer not knowing where to go from there with his or her work.

I would be wrong to try to convince you that writing is easy and quick. Writing takes time, and getting published can take even longer. There is a formula which many writers banter around when talking about writing a book and getting it published. Writing the manuscript is 40% of the work, and getting published is 60% of the work.

A WRITERS STORMWriting For Passion or Money, Publishing, Kindle Books, Self-Publishing, Or Traditional Print Publishing” will show you the fastest way to get your book published and into the marketplace, earning you valuable income towards the time and effort you have spent writing your project.

Author — James C. Tanner

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