LINK ARTICLE 20 Questions To Ask Before Creating An eBook

Written by helene malmsio

1. What will berepparttar title of your ebook and will it have a subtitle? 2. Will you berepparttar 147414 only author or will there be other co-authors? 3. Will you publish a print version of your ebook? 4. How many pages will your ebook be? 5. Will your ebook contain graphics, pictures or charts? 6. Will your ebook include an appendix and index? 7. Will your ask other authors to contribute related articles to your ebook? 8. What file formats will your ebook be available in; text, pdf, exe, html, etc.? 9. Will your ebook be sold as a product or will your ebook be used as a promotional tool? 10. Who will be your ebook's target audience? 11. What major benefit does your ebook give your target audience? 12. Will you offer your prospects a guarantee and testimonials to read? 13. Will you include a bibliography about yourself inrepparttar 147415 ebook? 14. What personal information will you include about yourself inrepparttar 147416 ebook? 15. What colors and graphic(s) will be included onrepparttar 147417 ebook cover? 16. Will you let your prospects read free sample chapters or excerpts to entice them? 17. Will you turnrepparttar 147418 ebook into other information products like videos, audio books, teleclass, etc?

The Lily

Written by Simon Mitchell

This land is my memories. For two thousand years this valley has been mine alone. I know every rock, every stream and every tree. I knowrepparttar forces that shape this land andrepparttar 147212 people who inhabit it.

A billion years ago this land was a migratory trail forrepparttar 147213 animals of Western Europe. They roamed freely acrossrepparttar 147214 huge land of one continent. Millennia passed asrepparttar 147215 rivers washed silt torepparttar 147216 ocean andrepparttar 147217 sun raised rain torepparttar 147218 sky. At that timerepparttar 147219 mass of Eurasia was joined. The tectonic plates shifted and islands formed, raising proud, green peninsulas on green water, thrust out torepparttar 147220 ocean. Long before my timerepparttar 147221 forces of nature battled alongrepparttar 147222 coasts of Western Europe. Fromrepparttar 147223 Southwest,repparttar 147224 Gulf Stream warmed and openedrepparttar 147225 land with summer heat. Fromrepparttar 147226 north, ice raged and crackedrepparttar 147227 rock of what would becomerepparttar 147228 British Isles.

The land tells me it was an epic struggle. The generous heat of earth, venting her spleen,repparttar 147229 wash ofrepparttar 147230 water, cooling and circulating air. Rain succouredrepparttar 147231 land and ran back torepparttar 147232 sea, endless cycles, repeating endlessly. The earth shifted, chasms opened andrepparttar 147233 sea swept in, submerging areas and separatingrepparttar 147234 islands of Britain and Ireland fromrepparttar 147235 mainland.

Spouts of boiling lava spewed fromrepparttar 147236 molten centre of earth to create granite formations, a source of wonder tillrepparttar 147237 end of time. A great rift opened up what is nowrepparttar 147238 Bristol Channel andrepparttar 147239 Irish Sea, separatingrepparttar 147240 land into distinct areas. Many characteristics still connect Brittany, Ireland, Wales, and Cornwall. Their joining can still be seen in place and people. But veins of power run throughrepparttar 147241 sea, a matrix of energy criss-crossesrepparttar 147242 land and reaches out around our planet.

The Phoenicians, Egyptians and Greeks journeyed to these coasts even beforerepparttar 147243 Iron Age, in search of Keltic wisdom, since long beforerepparttar 147244 time of my youth. They followedrepparttar 147245 trail of gold and wisdom acrossrepparttar 147246 sea to Cornwall and then to Wales and Ireland. Later, tin trade followed these routes across Brittany andrepparttar 147247 journeys of wise men and saints torepparttar 147248 west of land,repparttar 147249 land of setting sun, of Gods andrepparttar 147250 quest for immortality that haunts us all. Ships and boats fromrepparttar 147251 French and Spanish coasts often sailed to rivers onrepparttar 147252 south coast of Cornwall in search of trade and journey withrepparttar 147253 friendly and civilised Keltii, hopefully avoidingrepparttar 147254 pirates that have ravaged these coasts for millennia.

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