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White Knight’s Guide on Writing Books is a work of non-fiction featuring help and advice in the field of literature, written by pen-named author White Knight. In this extensive and comprehensive guidebook, White Knight takes readers through a step by step approach to the world of creating your own books, be they fiction or non-fiction, with detailed advice on how to avoid the pitfalls that make books look and read as less professional. Covering many technical elements such as efficient formatting, how to organize your content and how to move forward along the many different routes of the publishing world, there’s plenty of worthwhile advice to find amongst its well-organized pages.
Readers seeking detailed help with the intricacies of plot, character, and setting for their stories are less likely to find that information here. Rather, this guide takes the important nuts and bolts approach to making your book feel like it is well edited and presented to the best possible people in the right way. Author White Knight writes with a good balance of professionalism and just a little of his dry wit to keep the read interesting, taking us through the pitfalls that he’s seen on his writing journey and approaching the full professional process which often follows the ‘so you wrote a book… what now’ phase of a writer’s first draft. What results is an excellent volume that’s perfect to cross-reference all the additional steps needed for publishing success, making White Knight’s Guide on Writing Books a recommended read for all aspiring authors.