You have a story to share with the world.
Writing and publishing your book may be one of the most important things you will do in your life.
As an author, you may have one book inside or several. Some of our more popular authors have written and published more than a dozen books.How many books you publish isn’t as important as how well you reach the world with the message of the book you’re writing and publishing now.
How many books you publish isn’t as important as how well you reach the world with the message of the book you’re writing and publishing now.
This is your story, your message, something that you alone are uniquely qualified to share with the world, in a way that only you can share it.
And your story, your message, when it becomes a book, can extend far beyond your current local world to reach readers that you may not now even imagine. Your book is also part of your legacy, capable of touching lives beyond your lifetime.
My father, Jim Spillman, wrote several books. He passed on to heaven in 2002. The messages he shared through his books still touch lives today. I receive calls and emails regularly from people whose lives and beliefs have been affected by his books.
- Writing and publishing your book may be one of the most important things you’ll ever do.
- Choosing the right publisher as a partner in sharing your story with the world may be just as important.
Your book houses your story. It has to be the best it can possibly be. Your message has to hit its intended target, reach its intended audience. It’s your publisher’s job to help it do just that.
It isn’t a matter of being able to “afford” the right publisher. This is your story, your message to the world. You certainly can’t afford the wrong publisher. In fact, poor performing publishers and even self-publishing companies can cost a lot more than matching your message to the perfect publisher for you.
I have a resource that you’re going to want to read before making that all-important publishing decision. It’s an e-book, Seven Questions That Will Turn Your Manuscript into a Successful Book. It’s yours free.
Successfully publishing your book is too important to leave to chance. And answering these seven questions before you publish could mean the difference between disappointment and success.
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