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Author's name after title of Tom Murphy VII's book
As part of the National Novel Writing Monday 2003 programme, I was writing a novel. It' simple: create a 50,000 words novel in November. In order to be successful, I had to give up all other plans and spent many long nights, but I managed, and you can get my novel name of the author after title of the book to see it for yourself!
PDF of the book for download. I' m not really dumb enough to use 4 different compressing tools on a file that already does its own crimp. It is the "party version", the one of my novel, which was completed on the 30th of November 2003. It will be packed with a number of different applications to keep you from downloaded.
Actually, you should get the final release above. You like my book, please feel free to write me a review!
Selecting an author's name, selecting a book title
There' s never been a better moment to compose and release a book, thanks to the indie revolutions. There is no longer any need to rely on agencies and conventional publishing houses to take over our accounts. But even if you have authored and released a spectacular book, it is very simple for them to be drowned in the sea of new titles that are released every day.
Last I checked, I saw that Amazon already had about six million titles for purchase and 10,000 new ones released each one. The wellestablished writers will tell you that the simple part is typing and editing your book. I have been asked by a dozen different individuals if they should sign under a pseudonym.
Well, my advise is, unless you're some kind of famous, in which case your name will be selling a bibliograph. When your book becomes a best-seller, do you really want to compromise your private life? So what name of author should you use? When your products are ever shown on bookshop shelving having a name like Andrew Barnes, make sure your is one of the first products that buyers see as they are scanning shelving looking for a good one.
In the same way with a name like Amy Atkins, you are near the top of any alphabetical order while few will ever get Xavier Winter penniles. Select a brief name because it uses fewer signs, very convenient when you are creating a Twitter user name. It is just as important to select a powerful title for your memoirs.
The research shows that the short the title, the more catchy it is and the better it will sell. Three or four word tracks should be the best. and two old fools. Probably far too long, but it quickly became an Amazon best-seller and has been selling itself many thousand times.
People wrote me that it was the cranky title of the chickens that drew them in the first place, so a long title worked for me, though I wouldn't suggest it. Memoirists are fortunate, because it is quite tolerable, even to expect them to have a subhead. Sub-titles illustrate and extend the title of a book.
One good example is the bestselling book Éat, Pot, Love: It has a brief and crisp title, and the sub-title explains exactly what the book is about. The book has become so well known that most folks now call it just Éat, spray, love, but the sub-title certainly did help when it was first made out.
If you use a book page lookup field, you will enter a few words to describe the book you are looking for. Those are key words. Add some catchy key words to your subtitles and your book will appear. When I wrote my third book, I had learnt an awful lot.
I' ve found it useful to squash some key words into our title or subtitles if you can. My third book, Two Old Fools on a Camel ~ from Spain to Bahrain and back, often comes out when someone enters the word "Bahrain". While I think key words were a great help in finding my work, I realize that it's not that simple with literature that doesn't have subtitles.
I' ve tried to come up with a novel serial title for my own fictional serial, and Sixpenny Cross seems to work for me as catchy key words. You can use Google to find and enter your author name and book title in the Amazon field before you finalize it. Make sure that no other writers have the same name.
Have any other publicized textbooks already this title or something similar? She is best-selling author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal titles by Chicken, Mules and Two Old Fools. Hens immediately became bestsellers and the Old Fools range was launched. It was a typo and Victoria started to write the Sixpenny Cross literature serial, a children's comic book and nonfiction.
They retreated to Australia to slobber for grandkids and lead Ant Press, where they indulged in their passions for authoring and publication.