Welcome to the first episode in my brand new blog series that focuses on the mechanics of writing and publishing your own business books. If you're interested in dipping your toe into the profitable world of self publish but don't know what's really involved, have failed to gain traction in the past or you simply don't know where to begin, this series is a good place to start.
As an established author I have written, contributed to and co-authored over twenty business books over the last seven years, including the best selling "How to Become A StartUp Pro Series". During this time I have no only learned a thing or two about successfully writing, publishing and marketing self published business-related titles, but have distilled it down into a systemised approach that has given me the capabilty to do it quickly, cheaply and most importantly of all profitably.
Now before we get started it's important to be completley transparent and point out that my experiences as an author are based entirely upon writing, publishing and marketing business books. Whilst many of the processes and principles of writing, publishing and marketing different genre's of books are very similar, the actual process of writing fiction and non fiction books are very different. I guess what I'm saying is this. If you want to write a business I can help you do it, if you want to be the next Peter James, perhaps not so much so. Just keep this in mind as you progress through this series.
I like to keep things fluid and flexible but in short pretty much everything I teach on my full Master Publishers course, all be it in a more condensed high level form. Here are just a few examples of the topics you can expect to be covered in the forthcoming episodes.
And much more.
In the meantime why not download my free ready to go Microsoft Word paperback book template. The template is a copy of the one I use persoanlly to format my own paperback for printing via Amazons kindle direct publishing platform. The template is pre configured with correct settings you needed to produce the common 6x9" book format.
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