Writing a topic proposal

Great advice! The thing I see great books include is a relevant authors bio. Their credibility, along with personal facts should have relevance to the book, otherwise they might draw in the wrong audience (only to upset the Sci-Fi fans when reading poetry), or steer away the right consumer by not writing an authors bio that relates with the book. On the Speaking of Wealth Show () we talk a lot about authors and how writers can make daily improvements to their work, and this one is definitely one to share! Thank you for the advice!

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Writing a topic proposal

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