“Ignorance Leads To Fear, Fear Leads To Hatred, And Hatred Leads To Violence. This Is The Equation.” ~ Ibn
Knowledge is power and applied knowledge is freedom.
Intelligence is about brainpower, whereas rational thinking is about control. Critical thinking skills are more important than IQ. Having a creative mind is not the same as intelligence. An individual can be far more creative than he or she is intelligent, or far more intelligent than creative. Applying the conventional thinking strategies of creative geniuses will make you more creative in your work and personal life.
Build Your Book In this step-by-step video guide, we walk you through formatting a paperback manuscript in Microsoft Word. The information is specific to the 2016 version of Word, but the steps are similar in most versions. → Click Here
To make your book easier to find on Amazon, you need keywords that accurately portray your book’s content and reflect the words customers will use when they search. Along with factors like sales history and Amazon Best Sellers Rank, relevant keywords can boost your placement in search results on Amazon.com. Browse the topics below to learn more. Keywords and Categories → Click Here
Keywords: 01.) Mexican-American 02.) Inspirational Fiction 03.) Romantic 04.) Science Fantasy 05.) Tortured English 06.) General Fiction 07.) Fantasy Search keywords help readers find your book when they browse the Amazon site. You can enter keywords or short phrases that describe your book and are relevant to its content. The best keywords are those that do not repeat words in the title, category, or description, as these are already used to help readers find your book. Some types of keywords are prohibited and may result in content being removed from sale. Learn more about KDP’s keyword rules.
Categories: 01.) Fiction > Action & Adventure 02.) Fiction > Hispanic & Latino A browse category is the section of the Amazon site where users can find your book. Think of the browse category like the sections of a physical bookstore (fiction, history, and so on). You can select up to two browse categories for your book. Precise browse categorization helps readers find your book, so be sure to select the most appropriate categories for your book.
Build Your Book – Format a Paperback Manuscript (Word for Windows)
In this step-by-step video guide, we walk you through formatting a paperback manuscript in Microsoft Word. The information is specific to the 2016 version of Word, but the steps are similar in most versions. → Click Here