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It’s Time to Write the Book You’re Meant to Write!
Have you ever thought about writing and publishing a book? Or what writing a book can do for you? Then you’re not alone.
Writing and bringing an exceptional book into the world can be both easy and deeply satisfying, once you know how. Writing a book can help you:
Share your ideas and expertise with others.
Generate leads for your business.
Position yourself as an authority in your field.
Impart your wisdom and experience.
Enjoy a well-earned sense of accomplishment.
Whether you’re writing fiction, nonfiction or memoir, Write the Book You’re Meant to Write: A Guide for First-time Authors provides the critical advice you need for a successful transition from aspiring writer to respected author, including everything you’ll need to know about book publishing for beginners.
“Woodard’s description of the four myths about book publishing alone is worth the price. Ignore them at your peril.” - Brian Jud, How to Make Real Money Selling Books
Many aspiring authors commit mistakes, but you don’t have to, and you don’t have to go on this journey alone. Step by step, Gail Woodard helps you explore the different avenues for your book, understand what’s possible and make conscious choices right from the beginning. From book ideas and the ins and outs of the book process to publishing approaches, Write the Book You’re Meant to Write is a classic you’ll turn to again and again.
“Whether you recently have felt the call to write a book or have completed a manuscript and are seeking a publisher, make a place on your bookshelf for this all-important book!” - Lynn Wiese Sneyd, award-winning author and owner of LWS Literary Services
How to Write a Book
If you’ve ever thought about writing a book you can be proud of and that audiences will love, then Write the Book You’re Meant to Write can help. It will dispel your fears and build your confidence about the book process, from coming up with the initial idea to selling your book for years to come.
So what are you waiting for? Will you start writing the book you’re meant to write today?