The Blank Page

A Guide to Organized Writing

by Dr. Gerald L. Kovacich


Formats

Softcover
£11.95
Hardcover
£19.95
Softcover
£11.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/20/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781728336480
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781728336473

About the Book

This book is focused on the process of writing books but the process will also apply to all types of writings such as for magazines, journals, and articles; as well as developing lectures. Just as we are each unique individuals, we also have our unique style of writing. Each writer must find their style as thousands of others have done so for eons. This book will support your writing efforts by providing an efficient and effective process so that you can have an organized approach, thus making it easier for you to focus on the art of writing your book. It also provides valuable information about today’s writing and publication environment. Dr. Gerald L. Kovacich has written about 20 books of fiction and non-fiction with four different publishers, excluding second, third editions and foreign language editions. He has mentored and co-authored with successful writers for over a decade. Based on those experiences, he has decided to share his successful approach with others who have made their decision to write their first and subsequent books.


About the Author

Gerald L. Kovacich has always been a writer beginning with love letters to girlfriends growing up to getting paid $1 for each love letter he wrote for his U.S. Air Force friends. He has pro-gressed over the years from writing articles, internationally and nationally consulting, lecturing and writing books on cyber security and information warfare. He has also lectured on interna-tional travels. Now, he enjoys writing non-fiction books of poetry, short stories, essays and other works of fiction. When he is not writing, he is traveling the world, enjoying life's experiences, meditating, exercis-ing, and just hanging out thinking of writing his next book of fiction or non-fiction. He also spends time with his editor and her husband in England eating Cheetos and drinking wine; watching zombie and “B” rated movies; while trying to get her cats away from his new manu-script she is editing. When asked why he writes so much, he says, “Because it’s fun!”