eBook to be written on Chess Strategies

I’m after a book on chess strategies and the authors experience with them. It needs to be approx 40-50 pages long. It’s a bonus to add to an existing product, so nothing too long. I want well known opening, middle game and endgame strategies explained in the book. I would like 3-5 examples of each and the perceived benefits of using each strategy. I want the reader aware of the weaknesses of these strategies and to use this book to create better strategies for themselves. I.e. I would also like a section at the end of the book that teaches the reader how to develop their own strategies. For each of the “well known/popular?? strategies I would like to have: • The name of the strategy • A description of exactly what the strategy entails (step by step instructions) • The usual outcome of the strategy, e.g checkmate, check, taking opponents key pieces etc • The origin of the method • The perceived benefits of the strategy • References to source material i.e. where you got the information from (website, journal, individuals name, etc) I’m after the style of book that storylines the authors limited ability when he first learned the game, his frustration with the amount of complicated and difficult to understand information on the internet (including well known but difficult to understand moves), how the “popular common strategies?? let him down as everyone knew them and knew how to beat them, to him finally developing his own strategies and ultimately teaching the reader how they can do that themselves. It is through this storyline that the above “well known?? strategies can be described, detailed and shown why they were frustrating to the author. The book needs to be in conversational English. It should not be technical, but needs to be grammatically correct. Please Note ??" This is NOT meant to be a detailed explanation of how to play chess (i.e. what each piece does, rules of the game etc) rather, the strategies the author used to allow him to win a game of chess.

## Deliverables

All deliverables must be uploaded to Rent A Coder before the deadline(s) for this project...with no exceptions. If this contract makes it impossible for a competent person to do this, then do not start this project...but instead alert Rent A Coder of an un-arbitratable, illegal project. 1. The Book is to be about 10,000 ??" 12,000 words and delivered as an MS Word file 2. I would like to see and example of the first couple of developed strategies “by the author?? to make sure you are on the right track, before you do any further work. I find that’s a good way to cut down on re-work. 3. I’ll review and approve the book to make sure it’s within specification. 4. I’ll retain complete ownership and copyright and have exclusive right to use all work on my website and for direct mail. 5. It doesn’t matter to me if you use content from other websites to give you ideas for writing, just don’t copy the content and infringe on a copyright. All work must MUST BE ORIGINAL. 6. All deliverables will be considered “work made for hire?? under U.S Copyright law. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, GNU, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site per the coder's Seller Legal Agreement).

## Platform

The book needs to be in MS Word.

Skills: Article Rewriting, Copywriting, Research Writing

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