Need a Nonfiction detailed eBook Outline

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I need a Book Outline for a book about the subject of “Kindle Fire Tricks or Tips or Hacks”

It’s a book like this one here: [url removed, login to view]

You will be given full 3-4 similar books (in ms-word, pdf or epub format) like this one with the same concept so you get a better understanding what book should be about.
Study these books then Make Outline using “the Complete Book” Outline System.

It will be detailed in the book attached, it basically looks like this:

I need full implementation of outline method detailed in the first chapter of attached book.
Quote from Book that Summarizes the outline system needed:

“ Get yourself a free copy of Freemind. This is the tool I use to create all my outlines.
1. List
Step one is to list all the methods, systems, tips, insights, topics, etc. Just get them all down.
2. Organise
Step two is to organise them. Think of what the person will do, and in what order. Get help by looking at the contents pages of similar books.
3. Aid understanding
Go through everything, and where possible, at a combination of two to three examples and/or stories.
Include tasks or exercises for the reader. Insert these where applicable.
Look through your outline to see where you can include a picture. Make a note of the picture next to the parts of your outline you feel they'll aid understanding.
Go through your outline and add an answer to the question, “why?”. Do this for every time the reader has the opportunity to ask this question. Make a brief note to remind you of the answer, whether a straight one, or the use of an analogy.
Go through everything in your outline and add as many reader questions as you can, using the question prompt method.
Visit the goldmine. Look at reader reviews on best-selling books similar to yours. Make a note of the likes, dislikes, and wants. Make sure you include anything extra that you find to your book outline.
4. Chapter introductions and conclusions
Next, add to your outline your chapter introductions and conclusions. Using the three element formula.
Book introduction and conclusion
Add your main book introduction and conclusion to the outline.
Once again, in the introduction, use the three elements but expand them to cover the entire book.
For your conclusion, use a step-by-step check-list. Add this to your outline.
“ End of quot from book.

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