23 Things to Write About For Your Next Nonfiction Book

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You’re sitting at your computer (or with a pen and paper) making a list of things to write about for your next nonfiction book — which will be even better than the last one.

No pressure finding a topic.

But you’re still stuck on book idea number one.

And your renegade brain is still working on that last conversation you had and what you should have said.

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Want To Write A Murder Mystery? Here’s How

Congratulations! You’ve picked one of the reading world’s all-time favorite genres. And with all the subgenres, you have loads of opportunities and choices when writing a murder mystery.

Although there’s room for a LOT of variety in this genre, the overall structure is pretty consistent.

In this guide on how to write a murder mystery, we’ll show you what makes mystery a great choice for your first debut as a fiction author — especially if you enjoy reading and watching them.

You probably have your favorites, too. And the more you learn about how to write mystery, the better sense you’ll have of which subgenre you want to focus on.

Let’s cover the basics before we get down to business.

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List of Book Genres: 30 Fiction And Nonfiction Genres You Should Know

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What’s so important about knowing the genres of books?

Well, if you’re an author with a work in progress, you’ll want to know its genre to ensure your ideal readers find and read it.

List a science fiction novel as a paranormal romance, for example, and you’ll likely end up with a flurry of negative reviews. No one wants that.

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How To Write A Children’s Book: All You Need To Know

Interested in writing children’s books?

Maybe you already have a particular smiling face in mind — or a classroom full of them.

Perhaps you already have an idea for a story book, but you’re not sure how to turn it into a finished book for the right age group.

And once you get it written and illustrated, do you know how to get a children’s book published?

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How To Use The Rule Of 30,000 To Make A Profit On Amazon

How to Use the Rule of 30,000 to Make a Profit on Amazon

Perhaps you’re one of the thousands of people bitten by the writing bug who would love to make a living from writing books all day.

Can it be done? Absolutely!

The world of publishing has changed dramatically in the last ten years. Self-publishing your book doesn’t have the negative reputation it once did. In fact, thousands of authors have self-published because it gives them more control over their work and a greater share of the profits.

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ASP 61: Anatomy of a Book Series Launch – Emotional Abuse Breakthrough

Barrie answers questions to teach other self-published authors how to leverage blog content into several great income streams.

“Good books don’t give up all their secrets at once.” — Stephen King Barrie has written and published two books in a series of three on the topic of emotional abuse. Today, she answers questions to teach other self-published authors how to leverage blog content into several great income streams. Barrie also shares some of …

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ASP 50: Dave Chesson on Amazon’s Algorithm and KDP Rocket

“A key issue that many self-publishers face every day is they have the ability to write excellent works, but have little experience with marketing. Too many authors hope that if they write it, people will come.” – Dave Chesson Kindlepreneur – one of the most in-depth blogs on kindle and self-publishing Steve has ever read …

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