Quote – A Book Is Best Understood

A Book Is Best Understood

A book is meant to be read from beginning to end but it’s best understood from end to beginning

Winston Church

Keeping Wild Birds in Your Yard Year-Round: A Home Gardener’s Guide

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In a world of an ever-shrinking environment for wild animals, why not make a microhabitat in your own yard? This book provides advice on how to turn your yard into a haven for wild birds all year long. With a little planning and consideration, your yard can be a source of water, food, and shelter for birds. By doing some small things, before you know it, you will find your self enjoying the beauty and antics of wilds birds. Once they find that your yard is safe and a steady of what they need, wild birds will flock and gather at your home and become welcome friends. The tips in this book will guide you on the path to creating a wild bird paradise in your own yard.

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Quote – What gunpowder did for war, the printing-press has done for the mind

What gunpowder did for war, the printing-press has done for the mind; and the statesman is no longer clad in the steel of special education, but every reading [person] is his judge.

Wendell Phillips

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Everyone Does Sales

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Book Description

If we stop and think about it, we all does sales in many ways every day. In actuality, in the broader sense of sales, which doesn’t always involve dollars and cents, is an essential skill which has much bearing on our station and quality of life. So, if sales is an essential skill, why not leverage it to make our lives better and improve upon it like any other skill in life?

In this book, you will be shown some of the ways we does sales and why we shouldn’t shy away from it. Additionally, there are self-sufficiency tips for selling and marketing your most valuable asset — you and your skills.

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Cilantro and Coriander: A Home Gardener’s Guide

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Known for their leaves, seeds, and unique aroma, cilantro, and coriander can bring your garden and meals to life! Tracing back to almost 5000 BC, cilantro leaves and coriander seeds are one of the oldest herbs and spices in the world, thus making it one of the most diverse herbs and spices to produce and utilize, especially within your garden or in your food! This home gardeners guide is bursting with straightforward information that makes growing, using, and preserving cilantro and coriander enjoyable and trouble-free, so anyone can get the full potential of this infamous herb and spice all year round. From gardeners to herb enthusiasts, even for everyone in between, this practical guide will provide all its readers with a green thumb help with cultivating and maintaining a thriving and fragrant garden of cilantro and coriander, whether indoors or outdoors!

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Growing Zucchini And Summer Squash: A Home Gardener’s Guide

Thinking about growing some zucchini and summer squash and are not sure where to get started, well, this book will get you on our way. This concise gardening guide provides the essentials any home gardener will need to grow zucchini and summer squash at home for their tables regardless of how large or small garden patch is or if it just a tiny container garden.  This guide covers topics such which quash to choose, garden considerations, and how to handle the more common pitfalls and problems of growing Zucchini and Summer Squash.

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The Importance Of A Table Of Contents In A Nonfiction Book

Book Table of Contents
Book Table of Contents

There’s nothing more frustrating than scrolling through 100 pages of a book looking for something specific when there is no table of contents (TOC). While most authors treat it as an afterthought, it’s an important part of the package. A table of content displays the big ideas in a non-fictional book and where to find them. If you’re writing a book about `The Devil in the City’, you want the reader to have a quick reference guide of the contents. Obviously, this is a strong selling point so failing to include a table of contents (TOC) will make your book less marketable. Let me walk you through the importance of a table of contents (TOC).

Makes navigation a breeze

Readers need a reference point to locate all the important information. A TOC contains numbers which come in handy when viewing the soft copy of the word document. If your idea has no direction, your message may take a meandering path. It’s worth mentioning that a book without a clearly defined table of contents (TOC) can make the readers get lost along the way.

A detailed TOC is the perfect way of taking the reader where he or she wants to travel. He can focus on the most essential information and skip the most irrelevant. If you have a challenge with the structure, that problem needs to be solved before you work on your table of contents (TOC). Read on and learn more.

The Table of Contents Informs the reader And Tells what the book is about

Without a strong table of contents (TOC), the reader will have a rough time following your story. It’s imperative that you ensure the table of contents (TOC) supports the idea fully and benefits the readers. Not only that, the chapters should be worded in a way that makes the reader feel as if they are in the book itself. A non-fictional book needs a sound structure, so you want a table of contents (TOC) that supports the manuscript. Even better, the straight lines on the table direct the reader’s eyes. He can quickly grasp the idea rather than hunting through the text.

Gives the reader the scope and completeness of the book

A table of contents (TOC) is found on the page before the start of the book. It gives a brief description of the chapters and the page number. If it’s misaligned or misplaced, the entire content won’t function optimally. Note: the list chapters are the backbone of the book’s outline.

Without a clear table of contents (TOC), the reader will put down the non-fictional book – if they pick it up at all. Needless to say, they will give a bad review. It’s important that you create a structure that fleshes out and is unique in its category. If your book is in eBook format, the reader will prefer to have a table of contents (TOC) tied to a chapter.

Allows the reader to repeat the major parts of the book

If you’re downloading eBook on your mobile device, it becomes quite easy to look for what you want – you can read summaries and jump through chapters. More interestingly, you’re redirected to the table of contents (TOC) by tapping the same icon. While all the information on the book may be useful, some parts may be more eye-catching. At some point, a book to be finished because everything cannot be included in the book. When writing the table of content, be sure to nail down the real essence of the book.

Indicates the author’s style

If the table of content is smart and witty, the reader will know the manuscript features creative writing. To ensure you bring a wow factor to your audience, you should add a little originality. More clearly, a nonfictional book requires the writer to think about the reader.

The TOC will allow the reader to skim and understand the message the writer wants to put across. If it resembles a certain style, chances are that the rest of the book features the same writing. Therefore, before you sit down and write imagine it exists on Amazon or in a nearby bookstore.

Final thoughts

Let’s be honest: there is more to a non-fictional book than a catchy cover. The table of contents shows the reader what lies within the book. The table of contents can make the difference between an average and a great book. Without preparation, you’ll not get the results you want. Unlike a glossary or an index, writing a table of content is a piece of cake. It’s all about compiling a list of the parts – sections, chapters, and sub-chapters. Remember, young readers, are always drawn to books that give information about something they’ve always wondered about.

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