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How to Format an eBook Checklist Giacomo Giammatteo
Beautiful eBook formatting is not expensive; in fact, it's more reasonable than you think. For years, I paid handsomely for someone to format my eBooks, not to mention I had to wait a week or two to get it done; now, I do it myself. I save money and I get it done in one night. Aren't your readers worth more than a plain vanilla eBook, thrown together by an automated conversion system? Don't they deserve the best?
No Mistakes Publishing Checklist Giacomo Giammatteo
Finished writing, and wondering where to go from there? The publishing world is in a state of flux, and you probably need help navigating it. Learn how to upload your book, step-by-step. Learn which retailers you should use and whether you should use distributors. Learn which distributors to use and why. Do you need an ISBN? How about a copyright or a barcode? Get the answers to these and many other questions from the first in a series of publishing books. And you get it for the price of a few cups of coffee. You'll save ten times that in a heartbeat.
Print Checklist Giacomo Giammatteo
Getting your book ready to for print is fairly easy, especially with some companies. But it goes a lot smoother if you're prepared. Learn how.
No Mistakes Interviews Checklist Giacomo Giammatteo
Checklist for No Mistakes Interviews.
No Mistakes Writing Checklist Giacomo Giammatteo
This is a checklist for how to use a text expansion app properly. It covers a very small part of the book, No Mistakes Writing, Volume I—Writing Shortcuts.
No Mistakes Resumes Checklist Giacomo Giammatteo
Checklist for No Mistakes Resumes.
No Mistakes Publishing, How to Publish an eBook Giacomo Giammatteo
Stymied by what to do now that you've written a book? Don't know the best way to proceed? Wonder no more. Read No Mistakes Publishing and get the answers. Find out how to upload a book, if and when to use a distributor, everything you need to know about ISBNs, Copyright, and Barcodes, and lots more. Skip your cup of coffee and get it today.
No Mistakes Writing, Volume I—Writing Shortcuts Checklist Giacomo Giammatteo
Everybody loves shortcuts. Don’t deny it; I know you do. Think of how many times you’ve been driving somewhere with a buddy, and you hit a traffic jam. How great did it feel when you could say, “Take a right at the next road. I know a shortcut.” This is a shortcut for every-day life. If you use a keyboard to type, this book will save you time, lots of time. You may have tried a text expansion app before, and maybe you didn’t have much luck, but this book isn’t about any particular app, it’s about a process. A process anyone can learn, and more importantly, anyone can remember. I’m not going to call you an idiot if you don’t use it…well, maybe I will. So just pick up the book and use it. It only cost a few cups of coffee.
No Mistakes Grammar, Volume III, More Misused Words Giacomo Giammatteo
More Misused Words contains a lot of the same words that Misused Words I and II did, but so much more. In More Misused Words, we address even more redundancies, absolutes, capitals, eponyms, flat adverbs (everybody’s favorite), initialisms and acronyms, Latin abbreviations, mispronunciations, a couple of sticklers like lie/lay/laid/lain, and poisonous/venomous, plurals of compound words (is it mothers-in-law or mother-in-laws? Isn’t one sufficient?), time-consuming phrases, and punctuation. We’ll have fun tackling these words (they’re not that big), and we’ll address more than just words—we’ll hit on eponyms, odd punctuation, and even a few Latin expressions, such as e.g., ergo, etc., and i.e. (Did I just say ‘ergo’. If I do that again, smack me.) I know you think you are familiar with
Finding Family, the Story of Dominic Mangini Giacomo Giammatteo
Dominic Mangini wanted what all 8-year-old boys want—time to laugh and play, loving parents, and enough food on the table. But in war-ravaged Sicily, food was scarce, and his parents were as scarred as the land. His father said they must move to America so they could start over and be a family once again. Dominic got a new start, and he got a new family—but not the kind of family he expected.
Murder Is Invisible Giacomo Giammatteo
What do you do when logic tells you to do one thing, but your heart tells you to do another? That’s the problem Nicky Fusco is facing when Rosa’s friend is kidnapped and she asks him to help. Then Rosa brings home a video that shows her friend, Allison, being forced to do disgusting things. At that point, Nicky realizes he has no choice, so he sets out to make things right.
A Promise of Vengeance Giacomo Giammatteo
The seven worlds of Neltsar are in turmoil. War has devastated the largest cities and killed millions of people. Now, one hundred of the strongest warriors, beings with incomprehensible power, have been banished to the Forsaken Lands. After wandering for one thousand years, they emerge onto a planet similar to medieval earth, where no one has powers--or do they? A Promise of Vengeance is the first of four books in the Rules of Vengeance series. Read it now and be hooked.
No Mistakes Resumes Giacomo Giammatteo
Warning, reading this book might get you a new job. If you’ve ever wondered why you didn’t get called for an interview—when you knew you fit the job—this book will explain why. Learn how to… Keep your resume out of the trash! Discover the secret to a perfect resume. Learn the three most important parts of a resume. Find out how to get the hiring manager's attention Learn which sections of your resume can put it in the trash. Uncover the magnificence of a perfect cover letter. What makes me qualified to write this book? I have been a headhunter for more than 30 years, and I have evaluated, screened, and edited a gazillion resumes. I know a gazillion sounds like a lot, and maybe it wasn’t quite a gazillion, but it was a lot of resumes. (more than a few dozen for sure)
Whiskers and Bear Giacomo Giammatteo
Whiskers and Bear were two of the best dogs in the world. They didn't always listen, or even try to listen, but they were loyal to a fault, and they were the best of friends. They hunted all of their food and they protected our animal sanctuary with no regard for their own safety.
No Mistakes Interviews Giacomo Giammatteo
The best candidate doesn’t always get the job—the candidate who interviews best does. No Mistakes Interviews… …will teach you how to: Prepare for the interview. Identify the company’s primary need. Assess your skills as they relate to that need. Sell yourself as the solution. No Mistakes Interviews will help you get the job you want.
Premeditated Giacomo Giammatteo
After being married for 25 years, I realized that I no longer wanted to be married. What should I do? The simple answer was file for divorce, but life was seldom that simple, and mine certainly wasn’t. There was the house to consider, two cars, the jewelry—and the safe deposit box. I thought about the options and finally decided that murder was the best solution—not the easiest, but the best—and I knew just how to do it.
No Mistakes Grammar, Volume I, Misused Words Giacomo Giammatteo
Never use the wrong word again! Have you ever said something and no sooner than it escapes your lips, you wonder—did I say that right? Did I use the right word? Chances are it was one of the 200 words covered in this book. I’m not saying it covers all the words, but it touches base with most of the more common culprits. Ever wonder if you should use ‘good’ or ‘well’? How about ‘lie’ or ‘lay’–that’s one that almost no one gets right. How about then and than, try to and try and, which and that, which and who. There are many that seem to stump people. Learn these words, and many more when you read this book. It’s designed to help you remember the proper word to use in each circumstance.
Uneducated, 37 People Who Redefined the Definition of 'Education' Giacomo Giammatteo
Did you ever find yourself at a dead—end, not knowing where to go, or which way to turn? I’m sure Steve Jobs did, or Bill Gates, or Leonardo da Vinci, or Ben Franklin, or any of our twelve presidents who didn’t have degrees. But that didn’t stop them. They didn’t give up. They gathered their wits, made a plan, and persevered. And look where it got them! Not everyone becomes a billionaire, obviously, but it *is* achievable. Many of the people in this book did it. You can too.
Promises Kept Giacomo Giammatteo
Lisa Benz was brilliant, street smart, and full of potential. She could have had any job she wanted, but she decided to join the police force. She didn’t join to carry on a family tradition, or to fulfill a lifelong dream. She didn’t join to impress anyone or make her mark on society. She joined for one reason only—a promise she made to a young girl.