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21 Feb 2014

Self-Help Author Lisa Kroulik Releases Book in New Genre to Help Mothers Who Want to Work from Home

Im really happy. Everybody is really happy, Torres said. Rob Gray is currently in the process of building his home, also in Ivins. He and his family of five hope to move into their home by April. Rob Gray building his own home in Ivins, Utah, Feb. 14, 2014 | Photo by Alexa Verdugo Morgan, St. George News After qualifying by income level and credit requirements, the work began. Its hard because I actually have two jobs and so we split the hours, me and my wife do, and luckily we have been able to do that, Gray said.

Home being built through Mutual Self-Help program in Ivins, Utah, Feb. 14, 2014 | Photo by Alexa Morgan, St. George News Kroulik draws on her 12 years of working mostly from home to offer practical advice to mothers trying to solve the work/family dilemma. Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) February 19, 2014 Before she found her stride as a freelance writer, Lisa Kroulik worked a variety of positions from home. Some of them include online selling, affiliate marketing, and working as a virtual assistant. Although she made plenty of mistakes, Kroulik still prefers the flexibility of working as an independent contractor to working for an employer. This guide is geared towards young moms who want to work from home in an effort to resolve the work/family dilemma. It is also useful for students, moonlighters, and others who desire flexible employment. In her new book, Kroulik provides in-depth information about six different at-home jobs, most of which she has done herself. She also talks about self-employed taxes, setting up a home office, and the skills people need to work successfully at home. By the time the reader has completed the first chapter, he or she will notice the authors sincerity.

4 Points To Remember When Writing A Self-Help Book

Research your competition: Whether youre writing about recent developments affecting the latest craze, or a new take on an old idea, you must address this question: How will your book stand apart from every other book on this topic? Be aware of your competition and make sure youre saying something different and that youre saying it in a unique way. Sending a cookie-cutter proposal with a same-old approach to the material is the fastest way to end up in an agents rejection pile. Prepare submissions correctly: A nonfiction proposal for a self-help book is not the same as a typical fiction query letter. When submitting a self-help book proposal, you should include a well-organized, detailed explanation of how your book will be marketable and profitable. This should be followed by a chapter-by-chapter outline and a bio that explains why YOU should be the expert giving advice on this topic. Be sure to target the right agenciesagents who handle self-help books are very specialized.


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