Write Your Book (Paperback)
Capture and Share Your Memories. Write a Book This book was written as a guide to provide a simplified approach to writing electronically formatted (soft copy) books. The process uses Microsoft Word as an authoring tool, and provides tips and tricks for designing your book, in a format that is capable of being submitted for electronic publication. The soft copy book will be formatted for reading the book on all electronic book readers, such as smart phones, tablets, electronic readers, laptops and computers.There are many people around the world that have collected information, such as family recipes over the years, or have created book content they hope to make available for sale and sharing. People have struggled with how to share their information with family and friends. They seek writing instructions and guidelines to enable them to electronically share their information. They need publishing expertise and advice. Many people attend family and personal functions and later regret not having captured the memories of those occasions or they wonder how they may preserve the heritage of their recipes for future generations.Step by step instructions and acquired tricks for creating your electronic book, are included in this book. Having a technical background and the experience of training and working with people, the author decided it would be a wonderful endeavor to help people capture and share their own information. With this thought, the idea for this book was born. The book provides the instructions that enable anyone to easily create and publish their own collection of information, quickly, at very low cost, with the benefit of leveraging the experience and expertise of the author.
About the Author
Roberta Shauger worked in the information technology arena for over 35 years, supporting manufacturing and health care businesses. She has direct experience integrating applications both within an enterprise and between enterprises, electronic data exchange, project management for ERP system implementation and developing appropriate controls, policies and procedures for regulatory compliance. She was the lead person to review strategic relevancy of computer systems, definition of operational and performance issues and recommendations to reduce costs, improve communications and increase efficiencies of the information systems throughout an organization. Ms. Shauger has been active in the Data Processing Managers Association and served on the board of the local American Production and Inventory Control Society. To start a new chapter in life, she co-founded a company that provided consulting services for data integration. This venture provided a pathway from a training and consulting focus to a company that helps people write books.