Write Your Life Story
by Michael Oke
Publisher: How to Books 2006
Number of pages: 318
Full of tips and contacts, this book guides the reader through the process of writing and publishing their life story. It deals with recent developments in technology that make it possible to produce a few high quality books in a cost-effective manner.
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