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How to Write a Business Book People Will Actually Want to Read

Don’t Gloss Over Your Table of Contents

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There she is, the writer, perched on her chair, sitting in front of her typewriter, or computer, or — let’s face it — smartphone. The tea has been poured. The candles have been lit. And now, the blank page beckons. It is time to write a best-selling book.




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Erik Devaney

Erik Devaney

Full-time stay-at-home dad, part-time ghostwriter, retired pub musician, recovering marketer

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