Writing a Book Isn’t all about the Great American Novel Anymore!

Nov 04, 14 Writing a Book Isn’t all about the Great American Novel Anymore!

Give Yourself a Raise or Land the Perfect Job by Becoming a Published Author

Sound a little over the top and a bit out of the box? The best ideas sometimes do. However, if you are desperate or determined to build new clients or land an amazing job, give the idea of publishing a book some thought. “On average, in my experience my first-time published writers are increasing their incomes by at least 20% by becoming published authors in their fields,” says Publishing Coach Deborah S. Nelson, founder of Publishing SOLO, a business that specializes in assisting writers how to become published authors.

If you are intrigued and want to know how to publish your own book in order to build professional credibility, social currency, and to give yourself a raise, keep reading. In one of the major development of the 21st Century, digital publishing using print on demand technology makes it affordable and doable for the ordinary person to self-publish a book. If you are trying to land that high paying glamorous career position at the top of your industry, consider writing a book in your field of expertise! If you are a consultant, or running a small or even a large business, if you haven’t published a book in your field, what are you waiting for?

Writing and publishing a (physical) book isn’t just about coming up with the Great American Novel anymore! The benefit of digital publishing is that you can do everything right from your home computer. You may happily skip the time-consuming manuscript submission and rejection process of breaking into a traditional publishing company.

Since you already know your subject material, you will simply need to organize it and write it. .. Write one chapter at a time, as if you were explaining it to a client, friend, or worker. Make the credibility and authority of being a published author take you to the top! With this unique and genius approach you establish immediate repoire and trust with those who will retain your services or hire you, or buy your product. One photographer I know used one of the print on demand platforms to publish a 240-page full color book of her work to reach new heights of success. Even though she published only a few books not on the market for sale, she used the books in international meetings to instantly create the priceless impression she was a published photographer. Technically, she was. She has landed jobs and clients far surpassing the cost and the time invested in creating and publishing the book.

Learning how to publish a book can be a daunting, and the learning curve steep depending on your ability to write and to use the computer. With a good publishing coach or self-publishing course, the process of publishing a book can take as little as a month, and up to 6 months depending on how long, complex, and sophisticated your book project is. Do-it-yourself publishing may be controversial and complicated, but if you take the time to learn how to publish a book, you’ll definitely have a leg up on your competition—whatever it is!

Wirtten By Deborah s. Nelson

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