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So you want to write a book
By Ken Qualls   
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Last edited: Sunday, September 27, 2009
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A few quick tips for writers and would be writers

 

Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.
Author Bob Hastings used to say that everyone has a story. I believe that is true . I have also observed that a lot of people want to write that story themselves. It may be their life story or a message they want to share with a few friends and family members or with the whole world.
Whatever your goal may be and regardless of whether you’re just at the thinking stage or have already written your book hopefully I can share a few quick tips that will help you.
 
Things are a lot different that they were when I was pecking away at the old Underwood as a teenager. I believe the best advice for aspiring writers is still “Write.” Just write, worry about spelling and grammar later. Get your thoughts on paper. You can add more or subtract things as you go along.
 
Although grammar, punctuation and spelling are important there are times when it isn’t the most important thing. I have a 446 spiral bound book published by a lady in Alabama that is hand written and what many would call crudely illustrated. It is a very readable and enjoyable book. Her penmanship is beautiful and she has succeeded in her goal which she states on the first page of the book: “I’m looking for the authenticity of my language and handwriting.”
 
However, as you progress with your book do check, recheck and recheck your manuscript for spelling, grammar and punctuation. I often write the way most of my readers talk so they won’t find it difficult to read.
 
When it comes time to publish and print your book research the many companies so you can get the best job and the best price.  Study and compare the various packages they have to offer. Many don’t care what you write or how it looks. A few are more selective and will honestly advise you on how to make your book look its best. I’m talking here about print on demand companies because that is the best and most inexpensive way for many of us to publish our books.
 
It is well worth the cost to have your manuscript proof read if you don’t know someone who will do it for free. There are a lot of services and wide range of prices for this also so shop around. Some publishers will let you send them you hard copy while others want it sent via email. Be careful when sending your manuscript by email. I had some problems. I’m still not sure how much was due to the email, Microsoft Word or the publisher. I have found out that Word isn’t perfect and has a tendency to change spelling and do other things you don’t want done.
 
Before you start writing your book, while you’re writing it, and after it is done you must think marketing. People are not going rush out and buy your book. You must relentlessly market and advertise it yourself. Fortunately there are many low cost and no cost ways to do this. In all phases of your book beware. There are a lot of people out there who are waiting to promise you everything take your money and give you nothing.

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