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How to Write a Book That Invites the Reader Into Your World

November 29th, 2010

How to Write a Book That Invites the Reader Into Your World By Ronda Del Boccio, NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert Too many experts who write a book feel that the book is the same thing as their expertise or their business, as if it were a math equation like this: My Book = My Business No. If you think this way, you will observe the following: You will feel that your book has to be the perfect representation of everything you know about your area of expertise. You will labor longer and harder than necessary in a misguided attempt at perfection. You will be more likely to sift... Read More

Emerging Voices

November 19th, 2010

Emerging Voices Author: Laurel D. Rund http://essenceoflaurel.com/ Reviewed by: Anne Holmes for the NABBW Emerging Voices is a compilation of Laurel D. Rund\’s original artwork and inspirational poetry that speaks to the many faces of loss and/or life transitions. Written after the death of her husband, Laurel says the book’s purpose is to encourage the reader to record her own thoughts and feelings. Which is why the book includes a unique feature: blank journal pages after each selection. There are 14 poem-artwork pairings here, which deal with some of the hardest moments in our lives,... Read More