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Here http://bit.ly/UqZlTJ, I have two divs that should be aligning horizontally.  This area is the word count meter and the subscription form under the second paragraph.  Both of those divs are inside

 
<div id="thebookcontainer">

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I'm not sure why the right div (subscription form) is wrapping and getting squeezed.  Any ideas how to fix it?
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not enough information.
what is the div inside?
can you show more of the code
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You have float: left on the first div but not on the second one.  Try adding it to the second.  Then the divs should align accordingly.  If you notice that the text in the form div is lower, bear in mind that using a <p> tag adds padding and margin to the top.

And if there's any border, padding or margin on either of the divs, you may want adjust the percentages down from 40/60 to something like 38/58 to ensure that they wind up next to each other.
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That does fix the second div wrapping issue.  I had tried it before but backed out because it causes the paragraph under it to come up on the right side then wrap down.  Notice I've added the following after the second/right side div close tag:

<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>

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Is there a way to do it so I don't need all of the paragraph tags?

Also, is there a way to reduce some of the margin in the form tag?  Just above the textbox for example.

Also, thebookcontainer div doesn't seem to be containing those two divs.  I believe that is why the above paragraph tags are needed.
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All you have to do is clear the floats.  In the first element after the floats set the style with clear:both

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Just add one more style to <div id="thebookcontainer"> :
overflow: hidden;

So it will be:

<div id="thebookcontainer" style="padding-top: 10px; overflow: hidden;">

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Here is some revised code.
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<p>Book Title: [?]<br />
You&#8217;ve made the decision to pursue an MBA. You&#8217;ve found there are better options than being out of work for two years and accumulating $100,000 of debt. But are you aware of the advantages and disadvantages of each option? Did you know there is an optimal fit for you based on your age, career goals and debt level? Getting an MBA can be a life changing experience. Learn how to size up MBA programs and choose the one that will fit you like a glove.</p>
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<p><span class="dropcap">A</span>t least it seems like a slow crawl.  But things are now starting to fall into place.   Yesterday I sent the first draft of chapter 1 to my editor. It isn&#8217;t complete but the main content is there. This is certainly ahead of schedule, since we were planning to meet again on December 16.</p>
<p>On December 11, I sent the TOC (table of contents), which includes an outline of chapters, along with sub outlines for each chapter. Basically, I took the earlier book outline and divided each section into chapters. Then stood back (metaphorically speaking) to analyze the content in this new format. After any structural change or presentation of a new viewpoint, it&#8217;s a good idea to let your mind absorb it rather than diving right in. During this small resting period, your mind is subconsciously processing the new information. Generally, this can lead to new ideas.</p>
<p>My editor liked the chapter layout. I&#8217;ve been wondering about a timeline for coming up with a title. At this point, my editor mentioned I should be brainstorming titles and subtitles. I haven&#8217;t yet found one but there are several to stay away from, since a number of books within my genre are using similar titles:<br />
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<li>MBA Game Plan</li>
<li>Which MBA Is Right For You?</li>
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<p>This book isn&#8217;t about acing the MBA application process or getting into a top school. Although there will be some information that falls into those areas.  The book is directed at three general groups:<br />
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<li>Those that are entertaining the idea of getting an MBA but just aren&#8217;t sure</li>
<li>Those that know they want an MBA but need a way to shortcut the research process</li>
<li>Entrepreneurs</li>
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<p>I&#8217;d like to find a title sooner than later. It will certainly make marketing easier.</p>
<p>We talked about book length a little as well. This is still open. I&#8217;m unsure at this point how much content will go into the book. But I have a ballpark figure of where it will land. I&#8217;ll be posting a word progress meter soon, which I plan to start at a target word count of 20,000. This figure will continue to grow.</p>
<p>We also talked about publishing the TOC. There was some initial hesitation on this but then we decided it can&#8217;t hurt anything. Below is the early listing of chapters, which is subject to change:</p>
<p>Chapter 1 &#8211; I’m not sure what I want to do<br />
Chapter 2 &#8211; I know I want an MBA.  Help Me Shortcut The Research<br />
Chapter 3 &#8211; Does An Entrepreneur Need An MBA?<br />
Chapter 4 &#8211; Formats<br />
Chapter 5 &#8211; Cost<br />
Chapter 6 &#8211; Rankings: What’s The Big Deal?<br />
Chapter 7 &#8211; Approach Taken At Various Schools<br />
Chapter 8 &#8211; Electives And Areas of Focus<br />
Chapter 9 &#8211; Entrepreneurship<br />
Chapter 10 &#8211; Alumni Involvement<br />
Chapter 11 &#8211; Tips on Admissions Preparation<br />
Chapter 12 &#8211; Your Profile And Which Options Fit It<br />
Chapter 13 &#8211; Future of the MBA<br />
Chapter 14 &#8211; Interesting Facts About The MBA</p>
<p>In regards to voice (1st, 2nd, 3rd), I will simply speak to the reader as if we&#8217;re having a conversation.  Voice will eventually shake out.  The first chapter will be used as a template for future chapters.  We might later decide to be strict with the voice or continue to let it evolve a little.  With only a chapter 1 draft complete, it is still very early in the process.</p>
<p>It is likely my editor and I will not meet again until after the New Year, at which point we&#8217;ll begin planning our next steps.  Until then, I will be seeking out people to interview and gathering stats.</p>
<p>Questions for you to ponder:<br />
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<li>How far along would you go without a title?</li>
<li>Would you have some idea on your book length at this point?</li>
<li>How would you go about estimating it at this early point in the game?</li>
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<p><span class="dropcap">T</span>oday I spoke with my editor to see what we need to do now that the brain dump and audience have been defined.  Below is an outline of our conversation.</p>
<p>Since my last post, I worked on getting an initial brain dump to the editor.  We set a deadline of Dec 9.  I was able to get this off much earlier thanks to my constant organizing of ideas from my initial research months ago.  Feedback from my editor came quick.</p>
<p>She was interested in further details about the audience.  The audience isn’t one person but multiple profiles, all with an interest in MBA programs.  Looking at the current description of the audience, I further refined and expanded on it.  Initially, those coming straight out of undergraduate school were not part of the target group.  Many business schools prefer work experience, as it enriches class discussions.  But business schools periodically make exceptions and allow undergraduates without any work experience to enter.  I now see how the book can add value for this profile of undergraduates.</p>
<p>With the brain dump organized, the audience well defined, I was anxious to put pen to paper.  However, my editor was quick to point out were aren’t there yet.  Oh the suspense.</p>
<p>We decided it best to have another phone conversation and discuss next steps.  In the conversation, we went over the audience and concluded they basically fall into two groups &#8211; those entertaining the idea of getting an MBA and those that know they want an MBA but are looking to shortcut the research process.  This breaks the book up into two sections.  It also has the benefit of helping layout bullet points for the back cover.  When someone picks up the book, they’ll look at the cover, table of contents, back of the book and may read a few pages of the first chapter.  These are critical selling point areas.  The reader needs to determine if the book is for him and does the book seem interesting.  If you’ve identified your audience and pointed out the benefits of your book (back of book or intro) to this group, the reader should be able to tell if the book is for him.  Next, the reader will check the table of contents and hopefully read the first few pages of chapter one.  Again, these two areas are additional selling points.  Your cover, back cover and intro have done the heavy lifting in getting the reader this far.  Now its time for your well crafted hook to close the deal.  The reader needs to be drawn past the point of putting your book back on the shelf or clicking away versus checking out and ringing up a sale.</p>
<p>My editor suggested I begin a loose outline to structure the book.  This will include putting together a table of contents, chapters and back cover bullet points.  The first section will start with people who are entertaining the idea of getting an MBA while the second section will focus on those that know they want an MBA but need help with research.</p>
<p>If chapters don’t break out, that’s ok.  Structure is the main focus at this point.  We decided I will have everything ready by Dec 16<sup>th</sup> and will meet again at that point.</p>
<p>About back cover bullet points, these points aren’t just for the back cover.  They will be part of your book’s core selling message.  This they can be used on your website, Twitter, Facebook, email, and other forms of media.</p>
<p>One last thing: The editor did give me a good tip on avoiding writer’s block: Sometimes you can become stuck out of frustration because you aren’t sure which way to go.  Just remember to break it down into small pieces.</p>
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<p><span class="dropcap">D</span>eciding on the right MBA program usually evolves into a journey.  Unless you are born knowing Harvard is the only school for you, the hours, days and months of research must begin at some point.  Perhaps your undergraduate school can provide some guidance.  Maybe you know some friends that can offer suggestions.  But in the end, only you can reign in this myriad of choices.</p>
<p>My experience turned into an onslaught of weighting tuition costs, school reputations, online/offline, full-time/part-time, two years out of work, moving, and what really happens once I graduate?  These questions and options became endless.  I began narrowing down options by focusing on what is important and most practical to my scenario.</p>
<p>After starting school, I continued researching various MBA programs and looking at why people choose particular programs.  In October, I started considering writing a book, with the goal of helping people choose an MBA program based on their current situation and goals.  There are a number of books on how to get into schools and ace admissions.  But what if you are 30 years old, have work experience, considering an MBA, don’t want to saddle yourself with $100k in debt or leave your job for 2 years?  Where do you go for those answers?  This is only one of many profiles and the general gap in MBA program selection I’m looking to fill.</p>
<p>This will be my first book and I&#8217;m very aware I need help with structure, focus and which content should stay or go.  For this help, expert guidance is at the top of my list.</p>
<p>I am very lucky to have found a great editor.  None other than Carmen Berry, a New York Times Best Selling author/co-author and ghost writer of 20 books published by large publishing houses such as HarperCollins, Simon &amp; Schuster and Pengiun.</p>
<p>To kick off this project, Carmen and I had a phone conversation to get a good overview of the project.  One of the take aways from this conversation were to focus on what the reader needs to know and to think about a hook.  This will be the title, back of book bullets, table of contents, and first part of chapter one.  This doesn&#8217;t all have to be done now.  It&#8217;s an overview and something to keep in mind moving forward.</p>
<p>The first assignment for me was to create a brain dump of the book.  We set a two week time frame, which means Dec 9.  As luck would have it, this brain dump accumulated and was organized over the last month.  I will take a little extra time to go back through it and make any additions, deletions and rearrangements.  </p>
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You&#8217;ve made the decision to pursue an MBA. You&#8217;ve found there are better options than being out of work for two years and accumulating $100,000 of debt. But are you aware of the advantages and disadvantages of each option? Did you know there is an optimal fit for you based on your age, career goals and debt level? Getting an MBA can be a life changing experience. Learn how to size up MBA programs and choose the one that will fit you like a glove.</p>
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