80 articles of 400 words each about various illnesses
These will be in the format of 8 small ebooks. 2 ebooks each for each disease which are:
Attention Deficit Disorder,
Part 1 with 5 articles, and part 2 with 15 articles.
The articles must be well written, useful and informative, and of interest to the target audience, which are mainly American. Sufferers of the diesease, carers for people with the disease, and (in the case of Bird flu) people who are worried about getting it.
If you get the contract, please submit your suggested ebook titles, chapters, and article titles to me for approval.
Each ebook should be delivered, formatted, in one whole word document, with a table of contents, and a title for the ebook (don't worry about page numbers, as I will put it in some ebook software, so they will all change)
The first four shorter ebook should be delivered first, as soon as they are ready. Then I can work on them while you finish the second parts. You can issue an invoice for part payment pro rata (i.e. 25% of the total) at this point if you want to.
I will own all the copyright to all the text, and I can change it around, resell it, and attribute it to other pen names etc.
In addition to the above, I need another version of all the word documents, where each article is stand alone. By this I mean take out all references to the ebook eg (in the last article we looked at ….) etc. This is just to make the articles look a bit better if they are published seperately.
Small ebook = Part 1 = which comprises 5 articles
Big ebook = Part 2 = which comprises 15 articles
Therefore total per subject is 20 articles. Times 4 = 80 articles.
Well you could say something like "If you suspect your child has ADD,X,Y,Z, are possible solutions to your problem, I will go into these in a lot more depth in my ebook 'Help your child grow out of ADD' which can be downloaded by clicking the link to [url removed, login to view] "
That's just an example. Hopefully everytime you refer to it, you can think of another reason they should get it.