Written by Doug C. Grant

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Now, you've just spent five seconds and you're ready to write. Let me tell you why those five seconds mean so much.

Smile-writing adds a warmth to your words that you don't consciously apply. Your message will berepparttar same. The length will be aboutrepparttar 129882 same. In fact, you'll probably read it over and think, "Sounds like what I would have written without all that smile business." But it won't be. Trust me.

I don't know how or why this happens but it does. When you smile atrepparttar 129883 people you write to, that smile comes through your words just as certainly as if you were there. It is absolutely one ofrepparttar 129884 great mysteries of life.

Remember, partner, whether you're sending an e-mail, a letter, a proposal, a memo or a report, your words create a picture of you. And it may berepparttar 129885 ONLY picture of you your target will ever know. Making it warm and personable could someday make a major difference in your future.

Give yourself an extra presence. Smile-write.

Doug C. Grant is the author of the new e-book, 'How to Move from Cubicle to Corner Office with THE SECRETS OF POWERWRITING'. A FREE preview plus details on receiving a FREE Blue Pencil Edit for one of your own imcoms is available by e-mailing:

Top 7 Hot Selling Points To Implement Before Writing Chapter One

Written by Judy Cullins

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4. Write your back cover before you write your book. This isrepparttar second most important sales tool your book has to offer. Here you put compelling ad copy, benefits, testimonials, and a small blurb about you,repparttar 129880 author. If your potential buyer likes it, they will buy onrepparttar 129881 spot. If they want more information, they will look inside atrepparttar 129882 introduction and table of contents.

5. Write your book introduction. Includerepparttar 129883 problem your audience has, why you wroterepparttar 129884 book, and its purpose. In a few paragraphs include more specific benefits, and how you will present it (format). Keep it under a page.

6. Create a table of contents. Each chapter should have a name, preferably a catchy one. If your reader can't understandrepparttar 129885 chapter title, then annotate it. Add some benefits or a sub title. In Passion at Any Age,repparttar 129886 author put repparttar 129887 word "passion" in each title. Which attracts you? "Open Your Mind?" or "Attracting Passion?"

7. Reach out to opinion molders. After an initial contact of asking for feedback, resend themrepparttar 129888 same chapter andrepparttar 129889 table of contents of your book. Ask for a testimonial then. These influential contacts' testimonials will make your back cover an important sales tool.

Every part of your book can be a sales tool. When you includerepparttar 129890 above tips, you'll sell more books than you ever dreamed of.

Judy Cullins: author, publisher, book coach Excerpted from: _Write Your eBook or Other Short Book-Fast!_ Subscribe to FREE ezine "The Book Coach Says..." Email:

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