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The 4 Best Nonfiction Book Types for the Entrepreneur Writing a Book

When you’re putting together a book as an entrepreneur-turned-author, one of the most important things to think about is which of the nonfiction book types you’ll use for your book.Your book type impacts the overall structure and content of your book. Without making this decision explicit, you’ll very likely end up writing with competing structures […]

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Nonfiction book strategy: Linking your book to your business

Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs’ books fail to drive meaningful results because too often, business owners don’t treat their nonfiction book strategy with the same rigour as the rest of their business. If your book isn’t grounded in your business strategy, and if it isn’t approached with strategic thought, the result can feel disconnected.  An effective nonfiction book […]

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Reader Strategy: How to make your book connect with your customers

As an experienced business-person, you understand the importance of knowing your customer. Your customer strategy allows you to tailor your branding, products, marketing, all your communications, in ways that feel personally relevant to the people you’re serving. As an author, your customer is your reader, and so it’s just as important to have a reader strategy […]

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7 Mistakes the Entrepreneur Makes as a First-Time Author

Common wisdom tells us that “Everybody has a book in them”, and the stats back this up. More than 80% of people say they hope to become a first-time author.  Entrepreneurs are no exception. At Grammar Factory, we recently surveyed business owners. We found that even among this time-starved group, nearly 70% want to write a […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Funding Your Book with Partnerships

You’ve almost finished your draft and you start shopping around for publishing quotes.One editor quotes $1,200 and another quotes $5,000. One designer will charge $500, while another charges $2,000. And then you approach an end-to-end publishing company who will charge $12,000 for the lot – editing, design, eBook, printing and distribution.Regardless of where your suppliers […]

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