One of my favorite blogs, Interesting Liturature strikes again Enjoy!
Interesting facts from the life of Agatha Christie (1890-1976), prolific author of detective novels As it’s Agatha Christie’s birthday today – she was born 15 September 1890 – we felt it was time we honoured one of the most popular novelists who has ever lived. So here are five great facts about the life and […]
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St. Augustine writing, revising, and re-writing: Sandro Botticelli’s St. Augustine in His Cell (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Have you thought about the benefits of writing a book? About how it could increase your visibility, help you get paid speaking engagements, or perhaps bring awareness to a cause you are passionate about?
My colleague Lisa Tener just published a new blog post about the top ten benefits of becoming a published author. She illustrates how ten authors succeeded in developing demand for their services by attracting more clients, raising awareness (and funding!) for causes that were important to them, and becoming thought leaders in their industry, all as a result of the visibility their book created.
I would like to encourage you to read the post and consider what benefits YOU can achieve by writing a book this year.
At the end of the post you will find a link to enroll in Lisa’s upcoming teleseminar “Birth Your Book: From Inspiration to Author” with Linda Joy on September 18 where Lisa and Linda will illuminate the path to becoming a published author. Lisa is very generous with her valuable writing tips and industry knowledge. I know you will benefit from participating in this call.
I have been working with Lisa for almost 2 years and she has taken me from someone who always said “I should, but I’m not good enough,” to someone who is saying “I am doing it for real.” It’s an amazing and gratifying feeling. And I can vouch for Lisa’s integrity – there is nothing hidden – it’s all for real.