Last week I mentioned that I am planning to hold an on-line seminar to teach anyone who is interested how I plan out, write and publish books so that maybe some of you all might be able to follow the process that I work through and become published authors as well.
The response was great and I received more RSVP’s than my current GoToMeeting account can handle – don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining – so now I am trying to find a couple of dates and times that will fit with everybody’s time zones and schedules so if you have dropped me a note saying that you are interested in attending then watch out for an e-mail with the proposed times and details.
Because of that I thought that it was probably a good idea to formalize the seminar and plan out what I was going to show and I have distilled the writing process into five key steps which are:
And as I was doing that I needed an example to work through so I wrote, and published a book on how to write and publish books, using the book as the worked example for the screen shots and examples. I thought this was ingenious if you ask me.
As a result, after about 10 hours of actual work I now have a new book that you all can download to get a sneak peek into the training class that I will be giving and also a guide on how you can do the same on your own. You can grab a copy at the BSP site.
If you want to check it out then here is a link: http://bit.ly/1l7ia1w
For the on-line seminar where I will walk you through all of these steps in real time. In addition to showing you how easy writing and publishing books are, I will also give the seminar attendees:
- All of the PowerPoint templates that I use to streamline the process
- All of the Publisher files that make the cover creation a breeze
- And also the beta of my Author Tools add in for PowerPoint that will re-publish all of the PowerPoints into Word and reformat your content for publishing, blogging, scripts, and other formats
If you want to learn more, and also join the others that have signed up then drop me a note at email@example.com
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