Making Your eBook an Easy Read

Monday 11 July 2011 @ 1:13 pm

Making your eBook an easy read is not an impossible task. There are few tips and tricks that can help you do this in no time. The first of these would be to do thorough research on you keyword before you begin. This enables you to figure out how many people are writing about the same topic. This can help you in two ways. The first it would enable you to see how many angles there are to the same content you are writing an this will help you in picking a different route to go by that has not been explored before. I f there are millions of eBooks about what you desire to write about, the prior tip could seem like a monumental task. So the second way that your keyword research will help you in is figuring out whether you will have to choose to write about something else in case the internet is flooded with eBooks corresponding to your topic of choice.

The second thing that you need to ensure is that the content of your eBook is rich. Any eBook that is quite comprehensive will impress the readers. This does not mean that you should be excessively wordy. Keep in mind that your readers are not stupid. You should have a solid storyline that is expresses articulately and concisely. This should enable your eBook to hold your readers’ interest. You do not have to make your eBook too short though. All you have to ensure is that the story flows correctly, whether you are writing fiction or a self help eBook.

Lastly, if you are writing a self help book or an eBook that is non fiction, stick to the facts. Ensuring that your eBook is factual will maintain your credibility as a writer. If it is not factual and the public finds out, your online writing career is doomed as word travels extremely fast on the internet.




Keeping Your eBook Interesting

Tuesday 21 June 2011 @ 11:06 am

As an eBook writer, as with any other kind of writer, you always have to keep your readers in mind. Always ask yourself if you are portraying the information in a way that is easily comprehensible to them. This does not mean that you should write like your target audience is a bunch of six year olds (unless your target audience really is a bunch of six year olds!) Instead you should ensure that you are not patronizing your reader with unnecessary difficult vocabulary but still maintain your integrity as a lover of words. When you know your audience, you are able to determine ways to keep your eBook interesting. Knowing your audience will also determine how long your eBook will be. Most people who will read something off the internet are prone to live fast lives. Thus they do not expect to sit and read an eBook for ten hours. If you have a lot of information that you want to write about, you may want to contemplate making a series of eBooks so that you can avoid having one ridiculously long eBook.

Ebook Writing requires dedication. This will translate into hours upon hours of sitting in front of a computer screen banging out copy. Once you are done writing your eBook, chances are you will feel burnt out. Being brunt out is a sure way of making you miss any mistakes that you may have made when writing your eBook. For this reason, you will have to get someone else to edit your eBook for you. This could be a family member, a close friend or even a coworker. What your eBook will need to stay interesting will be a fresh set of eyes that can pick out any errors that you may have made whether grammatically or because of wordiness.