My original purpose in reviewing this book was to satisfy my own curiosity on exactly what is involved in writing a book. The title, "How to Write a Book Proposal", made me wonder if writing your own book might be the easy part of becoming a published author.
Guess what?! If you are planning to see your dream come true of becoming a published writer, please consider investing in this extremely valuable resource. "If you have a salable idea and you prove that you can write it, this book can help you launch your career", says Michael Larsen.
My favorite part of his book: The way every chapter is designed to access a defined topic including an attractive highlighted title page, a text box with "The Golden Rule", numerous Hot Tips! throughout, and a short summary at the end of each chapter.
I'm so impressed with this valuable book, I'm curious once again: "Maybe I can become a writer?" With this resource, "How to Write a Book Proposal", I believe I can succeed.
Finally, I like this book so much that I will not loan it out to anyone! It's like taking an expensive "how-to" course the economical way. And the instructor is extremely experienced!
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