Attention: English Teachers, Home Tutors, Homeschool Parents, TESOL Undergraduates
Are you passionate about writing?
Perhaps you want to write a book but you don’t know where or how to start? You have come to the right place. To the uninitiated, the mere thought of writing the first book can be daunting or intimidating. With this in mind, I have put together an E-workbook to help you clear that first hurdle so that you can self-publish your debut book and become a published author: WRITE YOUR #1ST BOOK IN ONE WEEK OR LESS. Yes, you can write your first book in 7 days using the WYFB writing templates that I have created. Once you have completed the exercises in the E-Workbook, you will have the copyright to a book to teach ESL –English as a Second Language – to young learners using rhymes. And after you have published your first book, writing the next book will surely be much easier.
What You Will Get
1. A 69-page E-Workbook comprising 26 original rhymes and 40 writing (WYFB) templates. Altogether, you will have 66 rhymes for you to publish your #1st book and you own the copyright.
2. You own the copyright to all the contents in the E-workbook-Write Your #1st Book In One Week Or Less.
3. One scheduled 2-hour virtual meet-up session to discuss writing templates, teaching methods and activities. A second Free additional meet-up session to be arranged upon request.
4. A PDF copy of my own debut book, 61 Mostly Nonsense Rhymes For Malaysian Students (ISBN 97898344872615)
WRITE AND PUBLISH YOUR FIRST BOOK NOW! ONLY $27.00!
What readers say of 61 Mostly Nonsense Rhymes for Malaysian Students:
"Let the rhythm and rhymes foster the love of English". -Lim Chin Han, Medical and scientific writer, editor, Malaysia
"Read aloud! Hilarious and entertaining!"- Yong Lee Lian, Principal, Cambridge English For Life, Selangor, Malaysia
“Poems are fun and enjoyable…awesome graphics, too”. -Sam Voon, Entrepreneur, online bookstore, Malaysia
"Brilliant use of rhymes! Fun for young FL and ESL learners".- Jennifer Monroe, ESL instructor, translator, Instructional Designer, Italy
"A veritable buffet of nonsense, perfect for young learners eager to explore the sillier side of the English language". -Emile A. Dodds, E-learning writer, publisher, author of From Manglish to English, Scotland.
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