How do you write a book forward?

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A book foreword is the key to becoming an aspiring writer to being an Author. You always want to start your foreword with what most people call 'hooks'. They are the attention grabbers and draw the reader in. Next touch on your subject matter without going into too much detail. Concentrate more on the subject than yourself and avoid bragging. Then state what sets your writing apart from previous things they have read. Here is a brief example that could help you. www.ehow.com
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How to Write a Book Forward
Also known as an introduction, a forward is found toward the beginning of a published book. Unlike a preface, which is written by the author, another author, historian, or literary critic composes a forward. Writing book forwards is one way novelists can... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Writing a book foreword is usually a type of background about the characters in the book. It can also be a little history about the book.
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