This course is targetting Retired business executives, Story tellers, Researchers, Biographers, Teachers, MBA students, Authors, Journalists & Reporters, Rehabilitated addicts or Ex-criminal offenders who want to tell their story, Historians & Potential students in the publishing industry.
The course is designed for individuals or people who want to write their 1st book or novel within 12 month and get their book published by a prominent book publisher. This is a hands on course to help you, Conduct Market Research on your chosen book topic. Assist you with Technical Resources & tools to Internationally Copyright and publish your book without breaking the bank and more…
The course is presented in three DIFFERENT levels AND sessions costing R895-00 per person p/day.
Beginners Course takes 1 Day (Jan 23, 2018)
Intermediate Course takes 1 Day (Feb 06, 2018)
Advance Course takes 1 Day (Feb 20, 2018)
DELEGATES COURSE ATTENDANCE PRE-REQUISITES
A: OWN LAPTOP WITH 3G INTERNET ACCESS
To attend you must have your own laptop
Computer must have Office 2007/2010/2013 Applications
Your laptop should have Internet Connectivity via 3G
B: BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS REQUIREMENTS
Must have Microsoft MS Word Basic Skills
Must understand how to use MS Word File Management
Able to plan with MS Power Point Presentation Skills
Necessary but not compulsory Basic QERTY Typing Skills
C: HOW TO SEARCH & BROWSE THE INTERNET
Search for information on the internet
Use multiple browsing facility
VIEW COURSE CONTENT OBJECTIVES
BOOK MARKET RESEARCH
Topic:A (Leaving a legacy)
Background book writing motivation and the purpose for writing and publishing your 1st book.
Topic:B (Book buyers market)
Evaluating your readers market and the international book genre trends.
Topic:C (Book ideas brainstorm)
Formulating your book plan writing strategy to maximize your potential.
Topic:D (Write as you speak technique)
Indentifying your writing skills and discovering your hidden talent.
Topic:E (Putting the book puzzle together)
Setting up your book draft manuscript and the timeline for topics & research.
Topic:F (Getting your hands dirty)
Evaluating your writing style and finding a suitable genre.
Student Assessment & Assignment
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