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How to Write an E-book…E-book: A Handbook for Music Therapists

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By Rachel See, MA, MT-BC and Michelle Erfurt, MT-BC

Are you a music therapist who creates your own session materials?

Is your songbook overflowing with original music?

Are colleagues often asking for your expertise on a particular topic?

Have you wanted to organize and sell your work but don’t know where to start?

Your answer is: How To Write An E-Book… E-Book. A handbook for music therapists.

Written by the creators of the first music therapist oriented online bookstore, Rachel See & Michelle Erfurt, How To Write An E-Book… E-Book was designed to walk you through the entire process of creating your own self-published manuscript.

Topics include:

  • Brainstorming techniques
  • Ideas to jumpstart your creativity
  • Questions to ask yourself when developing your focus
  • Guidance on creating a timeline
  • Basic components to add to your e-book
  • Establishing a production timeline
  • Tips and tricks when writing
  • How to deal with writer’s block
  • Editing advice
  • Inside layout design help
  • Book cover design considerations
  • Marketing and selling process summary
  • Pricing tips

You are already creating content for your day-to-day work that would be of interest to other music therapists! Package and share your work by creating your own e-book!

E-books are a great way to share your knowledge with others and provide a resource for other students and professionals. Self publishing allows you to have full control over the content, price, design, and more. How To Write An E-Book… E-Book walks you through a step-by-step process that teaches you to harness your skills and organize them in a digital package.

2 reviews for How to Write an E-book…E-book: A Handbook for Music Therapists

  1. Janice Lindstrom

    Finally! An easy-to-read instruction manual on how to write an e-book! This book is great for anyone that has a story to tell, but doesn’t know how to get it out of themselves and into a book. The formatting makes it easy to read on your smart phone or computer, and the advice is simple, practical steps that you can use to organize your thoughts and finish your book.

  2. Kerry Cornelius

    Reading Rachel and Michelle’s “How to Write an Ebook…Ebook” was like having coffee with old friends. It’s fun to read with beautiful graphics and clearly outlines the entire process of writing an ebook, from narrowing down ideas to marketing strategies and free design resources. Thank you for this much needed resource–I’m feeling inspired to start working on my own ebook now!

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