Free E-book: Book Writing for Fun and Profit

on December 17, 2007 in E-books, Writers' Resources
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Book Writing for Fun and Profit by Brian Scott

I came across Brian Scott's free e-book, Book Writing for Fun and Profit!, over at FreelanceWriting.com.

This free e-book for writers will take you from choosing a topic for your book to outlining the book to creating / finding the content.

I haven't read it yet myself, so if you take a look at it, be sure to share your thoughts.

Thanks for sharing!
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5 Comments

  1. Kathleen December 17, 2007 Reply

    This looks like it will have lots of great information. How do you find so much cool stuff?!

  2. Jennifer Mattern December 17, 2007 Reply

    Today I just wanted something quick, so I Googled something along the lines of “free e-book for writers.” It came up in one of the results from a reputable site, so I decided to use it. :)

    You can try searching for similar things like “free stuff for writers,” or “software for writers,” and I’m sure you’ll find plenty of neat things. :)

  3. Jessica Mousseau December 17, 2007 Reply

    Thank you once again for another ebook to add to my 30 accumulated to read :) Hahaha :)

  4. Diana December 18, 2007 Reply

    This is actually a pretty cool e-book. I teach a class on writing e-books over at CoffeeHouseForWriters and this is one of the e-books I recommend they read. It may be a little too basic for people who are already writing/selling, but for those just starting (and you’d be surprised how many people have no idea where!), it’s a really nice resource.

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