5 edition of You"ve got an idea-- now what? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-124) and index.
|Statement||by Robert M. Sperry.|
|LC Classifications||KF3120.Z9 S65 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||92233376|
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Your novel starts with a germ of an idea. It doesn’t matter where the concept came from—you’re sure it’s something you can create an entire book : Cassandra Jade. "Good Idea, Now What," was written by a practitioner, someone who has experienced success in the trenches of every day life.
To achieve success is a daily battle. This book will be a source that you can constantly refer to as you pursue your ideas and execute your plan/5(31). Agree on a follow up timing. Keep communicating. That’s it. Don’t be disappointed if you get rejected the first time – you likely learned a lot, so you can maybe come up with an even more innovative idea.
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Yet, idea execution has always been the key to starting. Before you write a book, you need a good book idea. This sounds obvious, but deciding what you want to write about is a challenge.
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You’ve got a great idea. You’ve maybe done some googling on it. But now you’re stuck. What do you do. Where do you go next. Keep it safe. If you’re one of those people who has ideas, you probably have LOTS of ideas.
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Alex and his friend Sam have landed in trouble because of Sam’s not-so-brilliant ideas before, but never anything serious. Then they meet Twilight Stevens, whose idea of a good time is sneaking away to New York City to see a rock concert and hiding out in her father’s apartment while trying to escape from a gang of thugs.
I wrote a book without thinking about what I want to do with that book and which complimentary products I want to offer in addition to that book.
If I had thought about this earlier, then perhaps I would’ve designed the book quite differently from the : Tim Rettig.What Do You Do with an Idea - Kit (Hardcover) Published June 11th by Compendium Publishing & Communications Hardcover, 36 pages.