Three tips on writing an Ebook is a post I’ve wanted to do for some time now, but I couldn’t do it until I actually got my Ebook done. A Few Tips on Filing Claims with the VA is now ready to be bought, click here to purchase it.
It has been an amazing journey, going from knowledge in my head, to writing it down on paper and now it is published is an amazing feeling. Knowing you have completed something you’ve always wanted to do is a grand feeling.
Writing an Ebook is something that anyone can do in just a few simple easy steps. These steps will highlight the key areas to focus on when you are considering doing the same.
Writing an Ebook
Writing and Publishing an Ebook
There are many websites that publish books, so do your research and find the one that works for you. I chose Gumroad.com because it was best for me.
I liked the structure of the website, which I thought would be better for my audience.
You can choose another platform, but make sure you know what you are agreeing to before you publish with them.
I looked into Amazon, which will give you a bigger audience, but I didn’t like some of the finer details of their program.
Write your book based on something your passionate about, don’t do it for the money. I don’t expect to get rich, I’m in it to help others get what they deserve.
As a veteran myself, I am always looking to push other veterans forward.
The biggest thing that pushed my Ebook was the technology I used because without having the tools I couldn’t complete the project. My computer made my book what it is, so get a great computer and use it.
I chose an Acer Chromebook, which has an awesome price, but yet it is very user friendly.
Acer has a product that is lightweight, however it has everything you need to succeed. I needed a wireless mouse to go with it, but the cost of those are next to nothing.
I recommend at least a terabyte if you are going to be doing multiple projects.
When writing a book, you’ll have to have your private time, which takes you away from friends and family. Sometimes, this is too often, but they know you are busy doing something you love to do.
Remember the sacrifices they are making as you go along this journey. This journey is not just about your book, it’s about doing something you are passionate about. Family and friends will understand, however don’t forget about them.
I have received plenty of support from friends and family alike. I’d like to say thanks to everyone that has pushed me along this path.
Certain people made me want to continue when in my mind I wanted a break. Thanks for everything, I know the sacrifices you’ve made.