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WORKSHEET: Market segment planner
WORKSHEET: Market segment plannerBook publishing success involves targeting specific markets. This worksheet will help you better understand your target market by describing it's important characteristics. . . . Keep Reading

Essential characteristics of successful nonfiction books
Essential characteristics of successful nonfiction booksReviewing the 12 most common characteristics of successful nonfiction books. This article provides a perspective that will help you better evaluate your ideas as well as the strengths and weaknesses of existing books. . . . Keep Reading

How to get a head start planning and writing your book
How to get a head start planning and writing your bookHow to save time and get a head start on your proposal by using the table of contents template to plan your book's sections, chapters, and main points . . . Keep Reading

Getting Started, Step 1: Plan
Getting Started, Step 1: PlanStep-by-step advice for planning a successful publishing experience, including specific articles, videos, assessments, checklists, and worksheets. . . . Keep Reading

Questions to ask before signing a contract
Questions to ask before signing a contract Whether you negotiate your own book contract, or work with a lawyer and/or literary agent, it's important that you clarify these questions as soon as possible. . . . Keep Reading

12 elements of cover architecture
12 elements of cover architectureBy providing your publisher with strong, concise, sales copy for your book's covers, you can enhance your possibilities of success. . . . Keep Reading

Webinar - Choosing the right approach for your book
with Roger C. Parker
Webinar - Choosing the right approach for your bookDiscover the right approach for your book by analyzing how several authors in a single field choose different ways to approach the same topic. . . . Keep Reading

Video - How to Analyze Existing Books in Your Field
with Roger C. Parker
Video - How to Analyze Existing Books in Your FieldLearn where and how to research existing titles online and in print. Find out what to look for when analyzing existing titles. Set up a research system to organize and help you learn from your research findings. . . . Keep Reading

Competition Planning Map
Competition Planning MapUse the Competition Planning Map to identify existing books in your field. There are also 2 example maps. . . . Keep Reading

Feasibility Planning Map
Feasibility Planning MapUse this map to evaluate the feasibility of your writing project. Examine your project from several points of view before proceeding further. . . . Keep Reading

MindManager Table of Contents Planning Template
MindManager Table of Contents Planning TemplateUse this MindManager template to create your book's roadmap to success. MindManager permits you to "grab and drop" ideas, moving them from one section to another, until your ideas develop in a natural and logical way. . . . Keep Reading

TEMPLATE-Quick Q&A Proposal Planner
TEMPLATE-Quick Q&A Proposal Planner Use this map to guide you as you address the major questions your book proposal should address. . . . Keep Reading

Proposal Writing Handbook
Proposal Writing HandbookLearn how to prepare a proposal that organizes your thoughts and provides an action plan for the steps that follow. . . . Keep Reading

12 highly recommended books about marketing and promotion for authors
12 highly recommended books about marketing and promotion for authorsMarketing and promotion plays an important role in every stage of an author's career, from targeting and convincing the right publisher to creating a demand for your books. Here are 12 marketing and promotion books that belong in the library of every author. . . . Keep Reading

WORKSHEET: Initial title planner
WORKSHEET: Initial title plannerWait no longer! Put this title planning worksheet to work and enjoy the feeling of making progress on your book. . . . Keep Reading

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