A WRITING STYLE GUIDE
Have you wondered what style you should use to write a non-fiction book? Here is a proven style that has worked for many authors, and you might want to adopt this paragraph sequence technique when you write your book:
- Paragraph: create awareness, "shock" people, tell a story
- Paragraph: ask several relevant questions
- Paragraph: express empathy with the reader
- Paragraph: write what the reader will learn in your book
- Paragraph: draw a few what-if-scenarios
- Paragraph: talk about why you can help, tell them your credentials
- Paragraph: inspire the reader to achieve his goals
- Paragraph: ask the reader if he is ready
Here is an example:
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