How to find the ideal title for his book?

The right method in 7 steps to find the best title of your self published book. In the pub, a title is called “a hook”. That’s right, it’s about hanging the barge. But not only. The title is part of the book, all publishers say it. Hence its importance. In short, it is about arousing interest, curiosity, perhaps inform, make want to go further surely. Further on, it is the fourth of cover. But, let’s stay at the title.

The method for a title that hits the mark
When the name of the author is little or not known, it is the title that gives the first impetus to plunge into the adventure of 250 or 500 pages. We must feel the vision of the author and he must be singular. The right way to look for it AND find it.

The best way to find is to search!

1. Take time, a lot of time.
Even if it is to verify that the title that follows you from the first line of your manuscript is the correct one.

2. Make a large list of words and phrases
which translate the genre of your book, the search for its hero, the heart of the story … In short, the central element and all that revolves around.
A title is a promise. So ask yourself what your book promises emotion, adventure, discovery, unexpected, never read …
Neither revealing too much (especially not the outcome of the plot obviously, nor even a clue that would break the suspense before the end for your most insightful readers), nor not enough. The happy medium is always a puzzle.
And of course, this magnificent hero who has been living in you for several years, whom you have refined to make your readers’ hearts tickle, well for the moment he is unknown! Before it was enough to be called Harry Potter, it was necessary to go through The School of Wizards …

3. The mixers.
> It takes audacity, invention, the taste of the game … And you do not miss it since you put the word end to your work.
> Do not hesitate, mix two ideas, it often gives very good results, intriguing, very singular.
Perhaps this is how Alice’s Underground Adventures became Alice in Wonderland or transformed Good evening sadness …
> Also think that from the same idea, the way to formulate it will inform the reader about the genre of literature (romance, polar, essay …). For example, randomly: Hot Night at Oxford Street (Erotic), Murder at Oxfort Street (Crime), Criminality at Oxford Street (Essay) … It’s a way of telling him that it will please him.

4. Let stand.
You have already experienced the excitement of the day before that turn into dubious pouting the next day. The titles do not escape the rule. Let it sit, simmer, and come back when you have no really accurate memory or one of them stands out clearly and still haunts you. It may be the right one …

5. Look for evidence.
This is the hardest thing to find. We often go through lots of convoluted ideas. And then all of a sudden, by cross-fertilization, reflection, questioning, confrontation … it is obvious and one wonders how one could turn so long without thinking about it. When you think about it, it’s that the title is good. And know that evidence can come up unexpectedly anywhere, anytime, even in the shower or at the supermarket. But rarely before having searched a lot.

6. Exhibit them.
Ask your entourage what he imagines behind this title. Very useful for correcting the seasoning. And above all, do not look for unanimity.

7. Check that this title is unique.
Easy with the Internet and a search engine. And essential to not end up with an antecedent and risk to leave with the pestle. Or to be closer and not to make the comparison …
Finally, beware, on the Internet, you need a visible title AND readable!

To Write Essay.. Mind Maps (at the same time example essay)

Mind Maps

(at the same time example essay)


What is a mind map? I would like to give a little talk about this in this essay. I point out that I’m only talking about how to use mind maps. I make no claim that this method is complete or correct (just what works for me).


All I need to create a Mindmap is a piece of paper and a pen. Then I write the word that I want to think about in the middle and make a ring around it. Then I start to let my thoughts flow.

I just write down all the words that come to mind that somehow relate to the generic term, and connect them with lines. I use the new words again as a starting point. If I notice in writing that some words are in connection with each other, I mark this with colored lines.

There is no limit to the thoughts written down in this step. They may seem as confused and disjointed as they want, but it is important to write them down, first, to get a clear head and, secondly, not to lose any treasure. Because often it’s the weirdest ideas that ultimately deliver the best results.

If the head is completely emptied, it goes to the outline. That could look something like this for the above Mindmap:


• What is a mind map? ? Leaf with words/strokes start from the words form root for new “clouds”
• How do I start? (Structure)? Generic term in the middle, squiggle drum, use colors, pamphlet, leave space, draw cross-connections, advantage: get rid of thoughts / make space for new Association
• Let thoughts flow? no boundaries, let go of all thoughts, be purely associative, may be confused, even continue writing at other points
• Later? Structure / sorting, advantage: cross-connections, researching points (if necessary), details, advantage all at a glance add / formulate
• Advantages? Outline easier if you already have something

The advantage of the subsequent structure is that you have already gained an overview. You already know that there is, and that’s just a matter of putting it into a meaningful order.

(Final part)

So you can see that something as simple as a mind map, even complicated structures, suddenly becomes clearer. Personally, whenever I can, I personally use it and have never regretted it.

The writing… When writing a creative essay…

The writing

Writing a creative essay, it is important that you always put yourself back into the role of the reader. Things should be described in detail, so that you can imagine them, but not too detailed because otherwise it quickly gets boring.

It should always come across what the participants are feeling right now. After all, it does not help if the reader knows he’s terribly frightened in this situation, but the main character just feels good and the reader does not notice.

A few Tipps

Before you write the essay, you should know all the people who are in it. That means you should know them as you would a friend. What is the name of the person, what does it look like? What weaknesses does she have? What is she good at? What is your favorite saying? How is your character?

• It’s good to know how the story will turn out. Should she send a message, and if so, which one?
It should be made clear right from the beginning who the main character is and which of the supporting actors will be important. Because, of course, important people must be described in more detail, as supporting roles, which may only occur in a single subordinate clause.

Set beginnings alternate. It is one of the worst habits to start each sentence with “And then”. First, one should generally not start a sentence with an “And”, second, one should be careful to make the different sentence beginnings as different as possible. Here are a few examples:
o First …
o Well …
o Later …
o Subsequently …
o Then …
o Suddenly …
o Suddenly …
o Finally …
o Later …
o By the way …
o Also …
o Herewith …
o That’s why …
o In order to …
o Finally …
o In addition …

• Use thesaurus. A good story can quickly get boring if you use the same words over and over again “he ran”, “then he ran”, “she ran towards him”, “he ran away”. Instead, one should use other words of equal meaning “he ran towards them”, “she stumbled around the corner”, “he chased after him”, “she raced away”, “she fled”.
In a paper, one should always pretend that the reader has no idea of the topic being dealt with. If one had to go too far for that, reading recommendations come good. In general, however: The reader does not know anything, so explain it to him.
• Avoid tapeworm sentences. Many people (including me) tend to formulate sentences that are so long that in the end, nobody knows what was said in the beginning. The trick in avoiding is to split the sentence alone. Dear two, three, or four simple, as a complicated sentence. This also makes reading, and above all, understanding much easier.


Finally, the paper should be proofread. Of course, it should be paid to both spelling and grammar. However, it is primarily important to pay attention to substantive deficiencies, inconsistencies, logic errors, and divergences should be uncovered, and incomprehensible formulations should be eradicated. Therefore, this activity should be carried out only in the first instance by the author himself, then by family members or friends.

After a subsequent correction, the attachment is ready for delivery.

As always, …

These are all just rule of thumb. They are suggestions to help you. Generally, what works for you is always correct. Do it the way you can best if any of these tips have helped you, or from now on your repertoire which will help you, the better. If not, forget it quickly.

To write an essay… Structure and construction

Structure and construction

First, it makes sense to think about what exactly you want to write. Mindmaps are a good way to do that. There are quite a few books on this topic, here I have written a small essay about how I create and use them. There is also the Mindmap, which I used to write the essay on Mind Maps.

Once you have found a topic, you can create a new mind map, especially for this purpose.
Once the first rough overview has been obtained, you can put the individual parts in a meaningful order or make an outline. To do this, I first mark which parts belong to the introduction, to the main part or to the end.

– Introduction:

(short) Here the persons are made known and the following questions can be answered among other things:
• Who is the person you are talking about?
• Where are we?
• At what time does the story take place?

Maybe even the first hints are made on emerging problems, or on any secrets to build up suspense.
If this is a substantive article, the following questions should be clarified:

• What am I writing about?
• Why am I writing about it?
• Which parts do I knowingly leave out?
• What do I want to focus on in particular?

Most essays cover between one and twenty pages, the introduction should be proportional to about 5% of the total volume. In a one-sided essay one, perhaps two sentences, at twenty pages at most the first.

• Main part:

(long) Here the actual story is told. Problems arise and must be solved. It is told what is being tried, what people feel and what new difficulties arise. Towards the end of the main part (after about two thirds) begins the climax, the grand finale, here is the tension at its greatest.

In the subject, this is about your arguments, you can work off point by point, what you have in the outline, and then researched.

• Conclusion:

(short) The tension, or the conflict is resolved. How do the people handle it? The final part concludes, with a concluding sentence that may pick up the message and make you think again.

o For the subject-matter a short summary is given, in which among other things the following questions can be answered:
o What did I write about?
o What conclusions can I draw from this? / What are the consequences?
o What is my opinion on this?

Also, this trailer should not exceed about 5% of the total length.
Then I always write something like a table of contents, with some bullet points (from the mind map) on the edge, with which I realize, what exactly I mean by this headline.

If it is a factual article, we now come to the actually most important point of this section, the research.
It is important to know what you want to write about. A good start is usually a Google search, or a detour to Wikipedia, even a read in the in-house dictionary to clarify the term cannot hurt.

If it is a simple school essay, the claim to the search with these means (and of course the corresponding textbook) is usually satisfied. However, if you want to write something more sophisticated, you will not be spared having to go to the local library before you start writing.

Method 2 Have a nicer handwriting

Method 2
Have a nicer handwriting

1. Study the alphabet of the script.

In all likelihood, you’ve forgotten what some of the letters look like in handwriting since you left school. Choose a few of the many scripted exercise books that have lined paper to help you practice writing the letters.
– There is, of course, more than one type of handwriting and it is fine to give your handwriting a personal style while it is still legible. But it’s probably best to start by imitating an existing style.
– Search for websites with exercise manuals and exercise sheets to print. [5] Some even offer animations of the strokes needed for each letter. [6]

2. Use your whole arm to write while practicing.

Most people write by moving their fingers, which some call “drawing” the letters. Writing artists use their arms and shoulders to write, which allows a better flow and thus counteract angular, choppy handwriting. [7]
– Try “air writing”. It may feel silly, but it will help to re-train your muscles. [8] Act as if you are writing large letters on a blackboard. (Of course, you can also practice writing on a real board.) You will automatically apply greater shoulder movements and forearm movements to shape the letters.
– As you become more knowledgeable in aerial writing, you can reduce the size of your invisible letters and assume the position you would use to place a pen on paper. [9] Continue to use your shoulder and arm instead of your fingers.

3. Practice basic strokes of the script.

The two basic movements of the script are the stroke up and the curve, so practice these two first, before you make yourself whole letters. [10]
– When practicing, you should also make sure that your exercise strokes and then your letters are evenly spaced, the lined paper will be a great help. If you want to write on blank paper make light, evenly distributed pencil lines with a ruler and erase them again when you have written the letters.
– To practice the stroke up, place the pen a little above the baseline, sweep the baseline as you pull down and slightly forward, and then turn the curve upwards into a straight line (with a very slight tilt to the front), through the midline and to the upper line.
– The basic stroke of the curve is similar to a lowercase “c”. Start slightly below the midline, pull up and back to make an almost complete, counter-clockwise, forward-facing oval (more high than wide), grazing the centerline and baseline, and about 3/4 of the way Stop above to your starting point.
– When practicing whole letters and combinations of letters, you should also think about the connections. In the script, they are in the “air”, the space between the letters of the letters, where the pen is lifted when writing. Proper connections will not only make your handwriting more beautiful but also write faster.


4. Start it slowly.

Writing is about writing faster by placing the pen less, but still starting to deliberately and precisely shape each letter and the connections between them. Only pick up the pace when you master the shape. See the cursive as an art, because it is one.

Have a nice handwriting

Writing by hand can seem like a remnant of ancient times in our modern world; some even claim that it is “obsolete” and a “waste of time” to teach at school even the cursive. However, everyone has to at least occasionally reach for the pen to put something on paper, and a beautiful handwriting is not only easier to read, it also leaves a better impression than illegible “Krickelkrakel”. Whether you want to improve your daily writing or learn (or re-learn) writing in cursive or handwriting, there are a few simple steps to get a nicer handwriting.

Method 1
Set the basis for a beautiful font

1. Use the right tool.

Some people prefer pens, other coolies or pencils. Some like to be tall, others rather small. But the most important thing is to find the writing instrument that feels right in your hand. [2]
– Also, consider pens with a soft grip, especially if you tend to over-grip.
– Use lined paper to practice and stronger paper to write something you want to keep.

2. Seats upright but comfortable.

Yes, your mother was right – a proper attitude is important. If you bend over the paper, it will cause your neck and back to ache after a while, and it will also limit the freedom of movement of your arm, putting too much strain on your hand and joint during writing (see Method 2, Step 3) further down).
– If you can go straight and have it comfortable, great. But do not be too stiff and uncomfortable. A beautiful writing should not be annoying, painful work.

3. Hold the pen loosely in your hand.

You should hold the pen, do not strangle. (It’s just a bad handyman always scolds for his tool.) If you have a dent or a red spot on your finger after writing, you hold it too tight. A loose grip allows you a wider range of motion, allowing the character to flow more freely from your stylus.
– There are some “right” ways to hold a pen or pencil. Some press it with their index finger and thumb against the middle finger, others press with the fingertips of all three fingers; others lean the back of the pen on the knuckle of the index finger, some on the tissue between the index finger and the thumb.
– Instead of spending time regaining a new grip, you should use the one that is comfortable for you – unless you find yourself having a peculiar grip on the pen that adversely affects your handwriting. [4] As long as you use the first two fingers and the thumb, it should work fine.

4. Make your content more beautiful.

Sure, it’s okay to use shortcuts, symbols, not whole phrases, etc., if you write down a few keywords, but especially if another person is going to see you, you should take the time to write correctly. A shiny, clean car that lacks two wheels and the hood does not look as pretty as a complete one.
– Make sure you use correct capitalization and punctuation.
– Do not use a chat language or Internet abbreviations. If you write something that other people will read, do not use a chat language: Gn8, lol, asap, glue etc.

5. Look for role models.

Do you know someone with a nice handwriting? Watch him or she writes and asks for some clues. You can also view the fonts in a writing program to find inspiration for the shape of your letters.
– Do not be too proud to look for writing lessons and textbooks for schoolchildren. As for that, you can also practice with your children if you have them. Turn your time together into practice time for a nicer handwriting for all of you.

5 tips on how to improve your handwriting

I was always jealous of the girls, who always have the same style – clean, tidy and always the same. I never did that. One day, the other.

Depending on the pen differently, depending on the paper, depending on your mood. I even change my letters while writing, sometimes hooking the little “t’s and” l’s and sometimes not.

Something annoys me because I would like to have a nice uniform signature. After our intern, Nina came back from America and said that she had learned to write nicely in America, because the other girls had such beautiful writings and she had just clamped behind them, there was the realization with me: A beautiful writing can be learned.

A beautiful and sure handwriting is the precursor for all sorts of other art directions, for which you need a sure hand: eg calligraphy or drawing. That’s why I start right here because it’s how you create a base – one step at a time.

I searched a bit on the Internet for tips, but there are usually only so idiot-proof tips like: “Try to write as beautiful as possible and practice that again and again.” Congratulations, because I would not come by itself!

So here are my 5 tips, with which I currently work on my own handwriting:

1. Select font

No one reinvents the wheel, so you do not need to think for yourself how your handwriting should look best – pick one of the countless great handwriting typos on the internet, such as Dafont.

Since you can look best under “handwritten” and enter the field your name or a sample sentence, where you can recognize the font well. Best as much letter variation as possible, so it can be a weird sentence – or the whole alphabet. Then load the font into Word or Photoshop and type once the alphabet in lowercase and uppercase letters, as well as the most important special characters. Here are a few that I picked out for myself.

Many modern fonts are not case-sensitive – if you are still at school, you should prefer the classic uppercase and lowercase letters, and then there will be the point deduction. It does not matter to teachers if a little “a” is modern at the beginning.

2. Create exercise sheet

If you have decided on a scripture, you simply create an exercise sheet. On top of that, you can concentrate on the letters, which are very different from those of your present handwriting. Then you write a few words that you often use in everyday life to get a feeling for the font.

Unfortunately, there are no umlauts in this font, but I also get the dots – I’m already big! The
Of course, you can do the exercise sheet the way you want – you can make your own sheet for each letter and practice it for hours – I’m always someone who likes to jump on it and would like to practice on whole words and words because otherwise, I would like to lose. Of course, you do not have to copy a whole font, you can get from different fonts only inspirations for certain letters and only practice – small changes to the handwriting already make a lot!

3. The right paper

For starters, it is really important to write exactly on lines. This is best done with checkered paper because you can estimate the size of the letters as accurately. Should the small “a” be exactly one small box, or should it be narrower? Should the small “g” go to the edge of the lower box, the small “h” to the edge of the upper box? For such considerations lined paper is not so good – and certainly not at all. Do not practice on a hard ground, the best is the classic college block.

4. The right pen

Here I am very meticulous. I do not like to write with all the pens and I’m not sure which pens I like to write. With pens, I find my writing always scrawny and I press so hard, so I quickly get sore hands. I like to write with a fountain pen, a slightly thicker, soft mine – preferably in black. But I also like to write with felt-tip pens, but this is rather stupid at school or in my studies with many-and-a-small scribes – they quickly go empty-handed and it’s hard to read with a small font.
I’ll just show you some of my favorites!

5. Practice – piece by piece

Do not just work on your script, but also on your expectations. It is not a master fell from the sky and a beautiful font you have not learned after a day and can already write the whole next exam. It is a process! Take two letters that are the hardest for you and try as often as possible to include them in your daily writing. If that works without thinking, then you take the next one.

You will notice for yourself which letters go well and which ones do not – some letters in line texts are simply totally cumbersome, which you can then easily change. In the end, there should be a scripture that you can handle well and be satisfied. Only: PATIENCE and EXERCISE.

After a while, you’re already a bit fitter and can practice more fonts – you should think of a simple one for everyday use and maybe a fancier one, which is more suitable for decorative things like lettering etc – or birthday cards. With a little practice, you can paint by yourself (yes, that’s allowed) beautiful sayings on paper. But then in another post more.

I hope you liked the little writing digression and you got the urge to pick up the pen again or even get the pen out. I have learned to love my pen again and now write a lot of filler again!

Have fun practicing – I’m happy about your exercise pictures on Instagram, just take the #flitzepinsel, like us! Then we can show each other the results and motivate each other. Writing is much more fun with beautiful writing!

What your handwriting reveals about you

You write letters closely next to each other? Then you are intrusive! This and much more the US National Pen Company wants to have found out – here the amazing study result.

With your handwriting you know how you are: people who write small letters are considered shy and meticulous. Great letter writers are sociable, love attention. Anyone who leaves space between words is freedom-loving – people who write words or letters close to each other cannot be alone and harass people.

All those who form round letters are creative. Pointy letters mean that the writer is aggressive, intelligent and curious. People who connect letters are considered logicians. Wild: Anyone who signs illegible is unapproachable and hard to read through. A legible signature means that the person feels comfortable in their own skin.

What your I-point says about you:

high above, above the I: you have a great imagination

diagonally on the left above the I: you are a Zauderer

just above the I: they are detailed, organized and emphatic in everything you say or do

You make a wrestler instead of a point: you are a dreamer and have preserved your childlike qualities

They make a quick hustle instead of a point: they are very self-critical, have little patience with the mistakes of others or with people who do not learn from their mistakes

What your T-line says about you:

You make your T-line at the top: you are ambitious, optimistic and have a pronounced self-confidence

You make your T-line in the middle: you have confidence and feel comfortable in your skin

Long T-bars: They are very rowdy and enthusiastic. However, they tend to be stubborn and hard to let go

short strokes: they tend to be lazy and lack stamina

If you press hard while writing :

You are a relationship person and take things seriously. If you press hard, that can be a sign that you are overdoing it. They tend to be closed and hypersensitive to criticism

If you press lightly while writing :

They are very sensitive and can relate well to others. However, this can also result in a lack of vitality and zest for life

Write speed:

If you are fast writing you are impatient, hate delays and cannot stand junkers

If you are writing slowly you are very organized, methodical and most of all rely on yourself

What your signature about you reveals:

Illegible scribble: They value privacy, are difficult to understand and often remain a mystery to others

Legible signature: You are self-confident and feel well in your skin. You are not pretending anything to your opponent that does not match your personality

What your handwriting can say about your health :

Hypertension: If you press down firmly within a sentence, especially if you begin to write with light pressure and firmly press the sentence, this may be a sign of hypertension.

Alzheimer’s: When your brain wears off, your handwriting also becomes more unreadable and changes for the worse. If your letters become more unlikely, combined with shaky pen guidance, it could be a sign of Alzheimer’s. In Alzheimer’s patients, the writing speed also decreases.

Schizophrenia: If the font leans once to the left, then to the right again, especially if it happens within one and the same word, it is a sign that the writer is not always in touch with reality.

Parkinson’s: An indication of Parkinson’s is extremely small, cramped font. This can go so far in Parkinson’s patients that they can no longer decipher their own sting (micrography).

How to tell if someone is lying to you:

If one passage of text is different from the others, words are more crowded and may deviate from the usual writing style or stand out from the line, it could indicate that the writer is lying.

The key questions to ask before embarking on the writing of a novel (1)

1. The motivations

It is a huge job that is coming up.

Do not underestimate the burden, the time it takes and the gravity that it will create in your life. It is a child that you will wear for weeks, maybe months or even years. Ask yourself first about your project: Is it worth it to be written? Why are you writing it? To share with your loved ones, to live in the light of the media, to heal, to amuse yourself, to make a living?
Writing a book is of course writing a story. To write a story is first of all imagination. But it is also developing a narrative structure, developing a plot, shaping characters.

2. The imagination

It is the innate ability and ability of everyone to invent through the mind.

This is done from the perceptions and existence of each. It is addressed to all those who feel the need to build a world of their own to take refuge there. This is often the starting point of the will to write. It can develop but not learn. It’s the personality of everyone who decides.

3. Writing techniques

Writing techniques can be learned.

These techniques are the syntax, the organization of a story and the organization of a dialogue. The Anglo-Saxons, always pragmatic, put forward principles derived from good practices: relevance of the exposed plan, rules of readability, rigor in the drafting, prioritization of the elements.

To write a novel, it is good to tackle it in its entirety. Writing workshops are one of the ways to improve your writing rules in a fun way. And especially to benefit from the “critical feedback” of your peers on your writings while forming an opinion on the pitfalls to avoid.

Before writing a novel, ask yourself the question. A first set of rules consists of concentrating the information in an informative sentence on the skeleton of your novel. Are you able to answer the following questions: “Who? What? Or ? When? How? How many ? Why ? “. In any case it will allow you to build a good novel or beautiful pages of literature, but it will force you to consider your work globally. “The big Picture” as they say overseas.

4. Have you read enough?

First, before grabbing your pen or plugging in your computer, you have to read a few good books with different writing styles in order to appropriate them, understand them and know that many masterpieces have been written before you . This is important because it creates a level of requirement and leads you to set high standards. The permanence of reading during your writing times is also recommended.

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To read is also to force you to be original, to know that many subjects have been treated in a variety of ways and to ask you the question about the originality of your book or the originality of its treatment.

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4. The publication of the book

Publish your book on your own . Even if you do not want to market your book, you can design the book and have it printed in a number of copies. You can keep some of them and offer others to your family members and the people you mentioned in your autobiography. Research the publishing, marketing, and shipping companies of literary works, and decide how many copies you want to order. [4] Many companies produce books that look like those produced by traditional publishing houses.
o If you want to save publishing costs, you can always contact a printer to create a beautiful hardcover copy of your book.

Think of hiring a literary agent [5] . If you want to publish your autobiography and share it with the world, consider having a literary agent assist you. Do a search for autobiography agents and contact them with information about your book, yourself, and the method you want to use for marketing.
o Begin your query by succinctly describing the highlights of your book. Correctly identify the genre of your work, and highlight its remarkable elements. Explain to the officer why you decided to ask him or her to promote your autobiography to publishers.
o Send excerpts from the book to agents who are interested in your project.
o Sign a contract with an agent you trust. Be sure to read carefully the terms of the contract, and check the agent’s background before signing anything.

Send a query letter directly to the publishers . If you do not want to take a literary agent, you can write directly to the publishers hoping to receive an answer. Do a search for publishers who publish books of the same kind as yours. Do not send your manuscript immediately. Expect to receive a request from the publisher instead.
o Most publishers do not accept unsolicited manuscripts or unsolicited requests. Be sure to only send letters to the editors who are likely to accept your proposal.
o If a publisher responds favorably to your request, you will be required to sign a contract and establish a schedule for the revision, design, correction and publication of the book.

Examine the possibility of publishing your book online [6] . This method of publishing is becoming more and more popular, and it is also a great way for the parties involved to save on printing and shipping costs. Do an online search for publishers who publish books of the same kind as yours. Just contact them to advance the editing and publishing of the work of your life.