Write a book to change the industrial world! - Emediawire (press release)

Recording and sharing individual knowledge and experience in the industrial sector is changing management and industry procedures. New
and existing industry authors are now being published for free by Feed Forward Publications (FFP) and the Business Industrial Network (BIN). Experienced and skilled workers are being encouraged and assisted to write books to retain their knowledge despite retirements and staff turnovers.
Details at ... http://www.emediawire.com/releases/2004/8/emw149869.htm
(PRWEB) August 16, 2004 -- Write a book to change the world!
Recording and sharing individual knowledge and experience in the industrial sector is changing management and industry procedures.
New and existing industry authors are now being published for free by Feed Forward Publications (FFP)http://www.feedforward.com.au and the Business Industrial Network (BIN)http://www.bin95.com .
Experienced and skilled workers are being encouraged and assisted to write books to retain their knowledge despite retirements and staff turnovers.
An electrician for 47 years, Larry Bush has been helped by FFP to produce a book on maintenance procedures and policies.
This e-book alone is shown to over 80,000 people a month and started earning an income for Mr Bush within 30 days.
Authors receive monthly royalty payments from all books sold.
FFP produces ebooks and lists some books in the Mind Like Water-Follett Library initiative, giving them exposure to more than 110,000 libraries across the USA.
They are also publicized by BIN's world marketing resources and established websites.
Don Fitchett, FFP President and Chief Editor, says "It is a win win situation for the industry, the authors and us. E-books are lightweight, searchable and can be interactive.
"Even better for authors, e-books never go out of print so it means a lifetime income, or more."
Interested industry experts can send an outline of their knowledge to FFP who will help make it into a book; industry experts don't need to be great writers.
Steve Potash, Open E-book Forum President, says "e-books represent the fastest growing segment of the publishing industry."
For further details, please see the full press release or contact www.feedforward.com.au
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