CraftBook - Words Away

The term craft is commonly used to describe the making of arts and crafts. Craft can also be defined more broadly to include activities as varied as writing, engineering, design and the performing arts. Each requires an individual to posses knowledge and skills, developed through study and practice. This is something we can all achieve.

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The CraftBook website is free to join. As a Craft Book member, you can download the ebooks How To Become Simply Creative and Craft Your Own Book. This free offer is available to members for a limited time.

Articles

As a form of self-expression, writing can help each of us to better organise our thoughts, find greater perspective and share our ideas. The process of researching and writing about a topic, allows us to reflect more deeply upon it and can lead to new insights. As with any craft, the more we write the better our writing will also tend to become.

The articles that I write explore topics which interest me, such as arts and crafts, design and technology. Examples include; Good Design and Why Simple Is Difficult and How To Develop Your Creative Thinking Skills. If you would like to communicate with me regarding any of my articles, please use the Contact Form.

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Books

The books that I have written differ in length and subject matter, reflecting my interests and experience. The books currently featured on this site are works of non-fiction and were self-published. For each book, I have created a page describing the content to be found within, along with links to where they can be purchased or downloaded.

Three of my self-published books are available to purchase online. Two ebooks that I have written can currently be downloaded for free by CraftBook members. The subject matter of my books includes, arts and crafts, creativity and a guide to self-publishing your own books.

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Self-Publishing

Across the world there are millions of people who would like to write a book and see it published. Rather than trying to find an agent and publisher, many now prefer to self-publish their work. Although this is something that anyone with a computer and an Internet connection can do, the prospect of doing so can be daunting.

Whether you want to write fiction or non-fiction, there is considerable time and effort involved in writing, publishing, marketing and selling books. However, this should not put you off self-publishing your own work, as doing so can bring a great sense of achievement. There are also many resources available to help you on your journey.

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