(PRWEB) March 23, 2006
In his newly released ebook, how-to author Shaun Fawcett says that each and every one of us has one or more “how-to” books inside of us. He says he believes that “how-to” books are the easiest books to write, but most people just don’t know how to go about unleashing what he calls, their “inner how-to book.” He claims that his new book provides a step-by-step template that anyone can use to find and write their inner how-to book – no matter what the subject.
Fawcett goes on to say, “After writing 10 how-to books myself over the past four and one-half years, I thought it was time I got the word out that just about anyone can do this if they work from a template using a proven paint-by-number approach.” He claims that his new eBook “How To Write A How-To Book (or eBook)” is just that proven step-by-step template. He says it will empower anyone who has specific knowledge of any subject, along with a passion to get their message out into the world.
According to Fawcett, his book sets a new standard for the creation and writing of “how-to” books, ebooks, and info products. “The book is based on the premise that anyone who has a hobby, interest or activity that they are knowledgeable and passionate about, can easily create their own how-to book – no matter what their specialty or area of interest. The reason it’s so easy to write one, relative to other types of books, is that the typical how-to author is writing about something they already know all about. That means that the knowledge is already in their head, so there’s little if any research work required.”
Fawcett goes on to emphasize the point, “Many people don’t realize that “self-help books” are simply how-to books about life. These folks aren’t aware that their very own ‘valuable life experience’, or VLE as I call it, can be an excellent basis for their own money-making how-to book. After all, in these days of Oprah, Dr. Phil, Chicken Soup Books, and Reality TV, I don’t have to tell you how marketable VLE is!”
This author believes that his fresh approach to creating and writing how to books is leading-edge because it stresses the importance of resource and reference tie-ins with the Internet -- if one’s book is to have relevance and credibility these days. It also shows readers how they can easily extend and add value to their how-to books/ebooks by using readily available, easy-to-use audio and video technology to create online tutorials and info-updates.
The ebook version has just been released, and is available for purchase and download from its own Web site at: http://www.howtowritehowto.com
A print-on-demand paperback version will soon be available through both online and traditional booksellers.
Shaun Fawcett is Webmaster of the popular “writing help” Web site: http://www.writinghelp-central.com Every week, thousands of people visit that site to obtain tips, advice, information, and tools for their everyday writing needs, including: personal letters, business letters, resumes, cvs, admission essays, reports, and term papers. Fawcett is also the author of a series of “writing toolkit” ebooks that can be found at his second popular writing help Web site: http://www.writinghelptools.com.