The New York Times did a survey which found that 81% of American’s wanted to write a book in their lifetime.
Are you one of those people?
If you are one of these individuals that is considering writing a book, I want to share with you something that I’m sure will help you get started.
Hay House – the largest publisher of self-help, inspirational and transformational books and products – and Kelly Notaras – veteran ghostwriter and editor – has just opened up registration for a FREE video webinar.
Available to view starting on Wednesday, October 17 at 4:00 PM PT / 7:00 PM ET to get the inside scoop on how to write a book in a weekend.
In this live video webinar, Reid Tracy, Hay House CEO and Kelly Notaras will give you guidance on:
A superpowered secret that will help you get your thought-provoking ideas out of your head and onto the page—FAST!
Clear advice about polishing your material so you can look professional from the get go.
Specific resources that are available to help you craft your book—and how to tap into them in the way that’s best for you.
Answers from industry insiders to live questions posed by webinar participants.
Kelly has been in the publishing industry for more than 20 years, working as a ghost writer and editor—and now she runs kn literary arts—an editing company best explained by its mission statement: “bringing life-changing books into the world—and making sure they’re good once they’re here.”
After spending the last 30 years at Hay House, Reid Tracy, CEO has seen how much reading a book can impact and help people whether it be a self-help book, a memoir, a fiction book, poetry book, children’s book or a cookbook.
What if it was YOUR words that touched someone’s heart?
With a combined half-century of experience, they will tell you everything you need to know about how to get your book written—FAST. Plus you’ll get a chance to ask them your questions.
I’m sure you will find the tips and techniques they will be discussing invaluable. You won’t want to miss this.
PS – You may want to clear your weekend calendar – I’m sure you’ll get the writing bug once you tune in.Google+