Welcome to the world of eBook writing! Though you may be thinking that writing an eBook for the first time is difficult, it actually is not. All you need to do is to learn the a few technicalities of eBook writing. Of course, you can hire an eBook writer. However, to how-to-write-an-ebookevaluate his/her work, you need to be sure that you know the basics of writing an eBook. The following information will help you write an eBook your readers will definitely like to read.
Structure your eBook like a professional, as your eBook requires the professionalism any eBook writer will like to have. For this reason, the most crucial point here is to structure your eBook in the same way. This means that the first thing you should focus on is the overall look of your eBook. Let’s begin from designing an appealing cover page:
By looking at the cover page, your readers will decide whether they should read our eBook or not. So, build the first impression by designing a cover page that really stands out. There are various cover page themes for that such as, including an image that matches the title of the eBook, and writing the author’s name on the cover page. However, you can choose from a variety of themes to attract your readers.
This includes standard information about the authenticity of your eBook. In other words, it is a notice that nobody can copy the contents of this eBook. Also, it notifies readers that failure to follow the guidelines of the eBook may result in unfavorable situations.
Even if your readers like the cover page, they will be interested in knowing what your eBook has for you. To find this out, they will check the table of contents. If the chapters interest them, they will read further. Otherwise, they will look for another eBook. For this reason, you should ensure that you come up with a detailed table of contents. Classify each topic by writing sub headings. After all, giving detailed information to readers simply means that you want them to read the entire eBook.
Your readers may not have a clear idea of what your eBook is all about unless you tell them. This is what an eBook summary is for. After the table of contents, you need to write on why they should read your book. The summary consists of 1 to 2 paragraphs that explain the main issues and their solution you have highlighted in your eBook.
This includes the introduction, body, and conclusion. Keep in mind that this is the crucial part of the eBook which actually fulfills the purpose of your eBook. Under each headline and subheading, provide as much information as you can, but remember to write logical facts and guidelines which are related to the subject matter.
Once you have completed writing content for each chapter of the eBook, it is time to wrap up! The word “Conclusion” is used a lot. So, go for some other word as a heading, such as, “Final Word.” Add relevant images too. Once this is done, it is time to proofread all the content.
Though all the content of your eBook will be black in color, you can choose from various font styles and font colors for the title of the eBook, main headings, and sub headings. Along with using your creativity, make sure that the font color matches the color of the cover page.