Do you want to write a book, but don't know where to start? Wondering what it takes to get your book published? Confused about how to effectively market your book? Not sure how you will fund a book campaign?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this session is for you. Kathleen will share what she's learned writing, publishing, and making her book an Amazon.com best-seller in under 90 days, with no out-of-pocket expense. She'll share how she pre-sold nearly $10,000 worth of her books before the book was ever published. Kathleen will explain her formula for success, which you can use to take your book to best-seller status on Amazon.com.
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This is a live recording of an interview-format teleseminar focused on information that would be valuable for speakers, trainers, consultants, coaches, and other information entrepreneurs. It was recorded via telephone.
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If you want a book that will encourage you to write a book then this will help. On the other hand, if you're looking for the actual steps to write and publish then this is not for you. She eludes to Amazon.com as a method of marketing but again if not for the facilitator, she wouldn't have explained what she meant very well. She shares her successes but doesn't really give any depth of information to actually do it.
I find it odd that someone claims that titles are important would botch the title of this seminar so thoroughly. The seminar deals rather poorly with how to get your book published (write came across as a flake who had to be re-directed by the interviewer). The seminar does not deal at all with how to write a book. As for marketing the book, you would need to be a public speaker; otherwise most of her advice does not apply. In my experience, most writers are more comfortable in front of a computer than in front of a crowd. Ultimately, this lady is a public speaker who also happens to writes books, not a writer and it shows. She is probably a very confident public speaker who thinks she can wing most speeches and get away with it, as she seems to have done with this interview. If you happen to be like her then this may help by giving you some ideas, otherwise save your money.
It's a recording of a phone call and and callers beep in and out throughout.
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