Can You Write A Story Beginning With ‘What The Hell Happened
A senior friend of mine who loves to write short stories, asked me how I recover from writer’s block. I asked her “Can You Write A Story Beginning With ‘What The Hell Happened”?
If you’re a senior or otherwise at home blogger wanting to publish either fiction or informative “how-to” kind of short e-books, you may need a writing prompt from time to time.
Writer’s block strikes once in a while and has various causes. Here’s a description of writers block.
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A few years ago I bought a software package that instructed me as to how to format an e-book to publish on Amazon. It was a learning exercise for me, but I did complete and publish an ebook. I never promoted it but have sold many copies over the years.
There are YouTube videos that will show you this too. Here is one I like:
If you use Word to write, this is what you need to do a proper format.
If you don’t have the Microsoft Suite, and don’t want to outlay any cash, you can download LibreOffice. Search for that, and download.
It is a free package similar to Microsoft Office. You can create a document (e-book, manuscript) and when done, save as a Word doc.
Can you complete a story that starts with “I never thought…”?
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Start a blog to promote your e-book(s).
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Yes you do, and you can learn how to get it.
The first way you get it is to write as many articles as you can on each aspect of your chosen topic, to your chosen audience – your niche.
About a hundred posts on a blog tells a search engine (Google, Bing, Duck-Duck-Go) that you are a serious contender for quality content, both promotional and informative.
Consistent publication also improves your visibility online. You can write whenever you’re inspired, but pick 2 days a week to publish, and stick to your schedule.
- The aesthetic aspects of a blog (theme and blog formatting)
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