Are you writing for pleasure, or would you like to profit? You can write for pleasure and profit. How much would you like to make? How would $25,000 and up sound to you?
Nine years ago I set out to write my first book. I had dreams of making millions. Does that sound familiar? Instead, as an unknown, first timer, I was barely squeaking out a living. As a matter of fact, things were so bad financially I couldn’t keep a roof over my head. I began to doubt whether I could ever make a living as a writer, not to mention a published author. That wasn’t the end. Over the years I met numerous writers who were just content to have their works published on the net, in a collection of poems for free, or to read them to someone.
I thought to myself: “That won’t work. I’ve got to eat”.
You don’t have to go through what I went through. Yeah, I got my first book published but I was no over night success. Success seemed too far away. I decided I couldn’t wait to sell enough books to be on Oprah. Sure, I got angry. I rant and raved about quitting…giving up-- this wasn’t for me.
Then it occurred to me one day-- while I was having a pity party before God, informing him how unfair it was, that I had achieved my purpose but I was starving-- that my agonizing journey to publish my first book had given me new career options. Since I had done it I could teach what I had learned and help others.
I began to hire myself out as a publishing coach (consultant, manuscript
evaluations,etc.). I helped writers just like me who had a dream of being a published author to get there faster by networking with others to provide typing, typeset, printing, etc.) for a fee, of course. And for those who wanted to write but didn’t know how to get started, I ghost wrote their books, using a tape recorder and a transcriber, charging them a whopping fee. From there I began to facilitate publishing classes, teaching others how to get published. By the end of two years I was coaching and preparing newsletters and magazines for organizations and churches. My reputation as a coach netted an extra $25,000 in part time income, all from my computer.
The need for additional services was an opportunity to make more, so we added proofreading, editing and cover design. Isn’t that exciting, to make money from home?
I am excited about my latest tool to assist writers to profit. I wish someone had made it simple for me when I started. No one told me that I could diversify my writing ability. What if you could have that knowledge at your fingertips, imagine how fulfilling that would be? Guess what, I have simplified what took me years to learn in an easy to use manual called: You write We Publish (Where to start, What to do next). With this manual writers can diversify their talent by helping others and helping themselves.
Simple instructions to take a writer to publishing coach and an increased income in weeks. So how much would something like this cost? What is it worth? My first client I made a profit of $1000. Would $19.95 be too much to invest in order to make $25,000? I don’t think so; not when someone else is giving you a head start.
If you are not convinced yet, to show you how confident I am in this offer to turn your writing skill into profit, I will give you a money back guarantee.
Does that sound like a winner? You bet. The mouse is in your hand. Either you can click and make the connection, or you can wonder whether it would have worked for you.
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