Writer, reporter, editor, coach and marketer Dan Janal offers a lively plan for rapidly writing a nonfiction business book. He believes anyone can write a book, and he demystifies a process that may seem like high art to most folks. Janal suggests overcoming psychological barriers, like writer’s block, by using his well-defined structure. He includes exercises for practicing his tips. Anyone sitting on a book idea will find his positive outlook engaging. Janal recommends his manual to those who want to write a book primarily to build their brand and their reputation as leaders in their field.
About the Author
Dan Janal is a writer, newspaper reporter, editor and PR consultant. He coaches business executives on writing books and works as a ghostwriter and developmental editor.
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1 year agoThe most practical, well-written literature on this subject matter that I've read all year. So glad getAbstract included it. Thank you, Dan.