Writing your own Book and Publish itWrite and publish your own book
Selling, writing and publishing
It'?s a great way to live. You' re your own chef, work at home, wearing casual clothing, taking a nap if desired, setting your own schedule, not attending a meeting and getting charged for your work. Writing a good book will do you good. Writing a fair-sized book will do you less well.
Writing a crummy book won't make you feel well. To put it briefly, you will be assessed and remunerated for your work, not for your capacity to grovel to the manager. Cash goes into your banking while you work, dine, sleep, train, traveller, whatever. Your e-mail and mailboxes and your telephone answers are constantly receiving your mails and phone conversations.
They will help millennia of individuals - perhaps ten thousand or even hundred thousand, according to how many units you have. When you tell them how they can help others - as in my coaches' book - you will help ten thousand through your reader. The self-publication of your own how-to-publications is profitable if you are selling many of them.
For a long time I have earned a six-figure net profit from my own work. When you only publish one book, you can reasonably anticipate earning about $6,000 a year if you succeed modestly. That'?s $6,000 a year for the remainder of your year. Actually, it's $6,000 for the remainder of your whole lifetime, plus 70 years.
So, if you are interested, your beneficiaries can profit from the book after you have left. I' ve released 39 different publications myself; over 110 volumes if you include the number. In the past, it was hard to get your own book to the market without the help of dealers and bookstores. Usually you will be able to get your first copy within a few hour after your website is known to SEOs.
Writing, releasing and selling your own how-to-book covers: These are web-messages I wrote about self-publishing: