I need to draft the following additional (yet very critical) short parts of the book. Just like the other parts, these should reflect quality work and should maintain the same tone of voice for consistency.
short introduction (1,500 words)
A means to introduce the subject matter and establish my credibility to write about the subject matter. Talk points are as follows –
Identify the problem of OFWs and establish the pain points of OFWs, especially those wanting to become investors
Present the solution in a macro-perspective - why they should read this book
Assert my credibility as the author – I will send you my profile, so you can lift some thoughts from it and weave in this narrative
Show the benefits and give proof – how this book will help solve their problems
Make a big promise – how this will change the future of OFWs in general and OFW investors in particular
Emphasize the urgency to buy and read the book now
Prompt them to read
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table of contents (unique and short one-liners)
In order to differentiate from the other books, I want the table of contents to be composed of unique one-liners that will not plainly state what the chapter is about, but will give a unique taste of and substantial link to the chapter's content. No page number is required at this stage.
Chapter 1: What is your 620?
Chapter 2: The case of the Titanic
Chapter 3: Marriage of Figaro to Aristotle
Each one-liner should have a crucial connection with (or expounded in) the narrative of each chapter.
back cover or synopsis of the book (300 words)
The back cover, also known as the synopsis of the book, is by far the most critical for getting people to buy the book. This is the sales pitch of the book. Blurbs are what sell the book after the front cover has attracted the prospective readers.
Keep blurb concise and compelling, around 300 words.
Establish the credibility of the author with a couple of sentences – no one wants to buy a book on how to swim the 100-meter breaststroke from someone who is afraid of the baby pool
Clearly outline how the book will help the readers
Use bullet points to outline the book’s biggest benefits
Remember the reader isn’t reading for enjoyment; they are reading nonfiction to learn something or help them solve a problem.
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