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When you have a sense of personal mission, your passion center becomes your profit center. Why split your energies? Take a stand. Be passionate. Do not be afraid to stir up controversy. Imagine sharing your enthusiasm with the rest of the world. ” —Robert B. Downs, author, Books That Changed The World. Successful Nonfiction 61 Inspire Others You can help many other people with a how-to book. people. Your experience and research may inspire a lot of Darcie Sanders and Martha M. Bullen were publishing professionals who wanted to stay home with their children.
She suggested copying a bee from a previous page, and that saved the day. net There is more to proofing than just punctuation and spelling. And, it is never too late to proofread—again. Do not skimp on proofreading. It is far more expensive to take ink off paper than to put it on. “When you publish a book, it's the world's book. ” —Philip Roth, New York Times Book Review. 38 Successful Nonfiction Use Quotations Relevant quotations confirm your advice. Quotations make the text more interesting; your book seems more important; and these words from others confirm your suggestions.
On the other hand, if your last book failed to sell well, changing your name could give you a fresh start in the industry. ” —Anatole France (1844-1924), French novelist and Nobel Laureate. Successful Nonfiction 55 Capitalize on Your Credibility Your books are your credentials. Writing a book provides you with more credibility than anything else you can do; more credibility than an audiotape, videotape, a seminar, a screenplay or a song. People place a higher value on a book than on a tape—even though the same amount of work may have gone into the production.