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Three Questions to Ask Before You Publish a Book

February 12th, 2011

Three Questions to Ask Before You Publish a Book by Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert Traditional Publishing VS Self Publishing–THAT is the question! You’re writing a book (or thinking of writing one), and the biggest question on your mind is whether to self publish a book or look for a traditional publisher. But how do you choose? Thanks to modern technology, it is easier than ever to publish a book. This is both a blessing and a curse for the author who is considering which publishing method to choose. The good news is that there are more publishing options... Read More

Joint Ventures: Linking Needs and Assets for Fun and Profit

January 10th, 2011

Joint Ventures: Linking Needs and Assets for Fun and Profit By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert What if there was a way for you to increase your business profits and improve your customer care without adding personnel, equipment or expenses? There is, in the form of joint ventures (JVs). No matter what kind of business you run, what products you sell or services you offer, you can serve both your customers and your bank account better by organizing joint ventures, or JVs. All you need is a sincere desire to serve your customers even better than you already... Read More

How to Write a Book with Multiple Authors

December 16th, 2010

How to Write a Book with Multiple Authors By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert Writing a book doesn\’t get much easier than assembling a book with multiple authors. After all, you don\’t have to write very much of the book. You simply have to pick some great co-authors and put everything together in a way that makes sense. And at the same time, you want the book to boost your expert status. You\’ve seen multi-author books before. The “Chicken Soup” series is probably the most widely known examples. But your book need not be 3 inches... Read More

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