Once you have the argument list with which you are starting your eBook, you can start to build the basis of this. And this first idea will come into your eBook chapter by chapter. His thesis is the approach that should always be used while writing your eBook. Remember: all chapters without exception must support what is embodied in the thesis of your eBook. Otherwise, the argument does not belong to your eBook or chapters are not well focused. By example, in his thesis could be found: "After an exhaustive study of insomnia experienced in our lives, we have chosen twenty proven techniques and methods to ensure a restful sleep all night" 3.
Find a reason to publish your eBook. Once you have your thesis, before you start writing, consider whether there is good reason to publish your eBook, so it is necessary to have these questions: Is your eBook presents useful information and this information is actually relevant? Your eBook will positively affect the lives of their readers? Is your eBook is dynamic and will attract the reader's attention? Is your eBook meaningful answers questions and solves a particular problem? If you can answer for himself these questions, you can be sure of the potential of your eBook. 4. Who will define your audience. Another important step is to define who their audience. This is the group of people to whom you write and direct all elements of your eBook. Dorothy Wright Nelson wanted to know more. Such as, style, tone, diction and uniformity. Also decide the age range of their readers, their general gender, what are their needs and even socio-economic group should also identify where they belong.