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12 Ways to use creativity to separate your book project from the competition

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You’ve determined to dive in and write that monograph or textbook. You know it will be countless hours of work, but it will be worth it. Right? No one wants to spend time on a “me too” project; going over ground already covered in other books. By spending time up front using creative thinking, you can increase your project’s chance of success.

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