“What is your story?” asks Carol Adler, MFA in her third book on writing, Do You Really Need to Write a Book? Tips & Techniques for Writing, Publishing, Marketing & Promoting YOUR Book!”
“Let’s say you like to create video games.
Maybe you got a degree as an engineer or one in computer technology.
You decided to take a job with a toy manufacturer and you invented a new game, got it patented and opened up your own company.
You have a story.
“Maybe you like to take photos.
"You trained at one of the many outstanding schools that teach digital graphics technologies.
You started your own photography business, specializing in family portraits and creating digital family albums, 'womb to tomb.'
“You have a story.
"Maybe you’re a runner who decided to train for the Olympics.
You took a job at a health club as a fitness trainer and set to work practicing.
Competition was stiff, but you made the team!
“How did you do it? What were your successes? Your failures? What would you like to share with others that you feel is one of the most important things you’ve learned so far (the 'take-away')?”
By the end of Do You Really Need To Write A Book? your answer will be affirmative.
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“Ask any professional on the career track, they’ll be quick to tell you that having a published book is essential.
"If you give workshops and seminars, in addition to providing a product for back of the room sales, a book serves as a glorified business card.
"It is part of your Professional Package, your Promotional Tool Kit.”
If the excuse is lack of time, says Adler, she can write your book for you.
With over 40 ghostwritten books to her credit and over 35 years of writing and editing experience, her first ghost-written book listing her name as co-editor, Why Am I Still Addicted? A Holistic Approach to Recovery, was endorsed by Deepak Chopra, M.D., and published by McGraw-Hill.
Other publications include two other books on writing, publishing and marketing; three novels, four books of poetry; and well over 200 poems and short stories in literary journals.
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