You are writing a book...or you have one already published and the OMG moment hits. You have made a mistake (or maybe a lot of them)...screwed up...or you may feel clueless about the tsunami of items you need to deal with. You do not want to fall further into the abyss of book creation and publishing. You need help and savvy guidance.
You've written a book...and now you need money for design and printing; money for marketing; money to develop a website; even money for a PR campaign. Money. If your resources are low, and your bank yawns when you approach it, there's another way.
Author Judith Briles' favorite advice over the years to her many author clients is included: think and write snappy, sassy, and salty, and surround yourself with cheerleaders for your vision, not distractors. For the first time, she reveals publicly how a well-known author, columnist, humorist, and screenwriter had dinner with her, listened intently, then used her ideas in one of his columns - a column that he got paid for; she didn't. The cosmic goose had landed. Judith told herself that if she didn't start taking some of her own ideas and publishing them, others would.