Matt is a writer who just finished the draft of his first book. He is planning now for the release of his book in a few months. Matt already decided to self-publish his book and make it look professional.
When Matt goes to his print-on-demand company of choice, he has a few options: does he take the cheap route and let the company assign an ISBN to his title? Or does he provide an ISBN of his own? Continue…Continue
Added by Ryan Eidson on April 8, 2014 at 5:22pm — No Comments
I would like some feedback for my third book. The cover i wanted to have an "urban Street Smarts" theme. The man on the cover is symbolic for "Street Smarts", but i'm wondering of its somewhat distracting from the Title. Should I leave him off? Also there's…Continue
Join us for a virtual celebration 7pm CST, Nov 7 for the launch of "Finding Your Voice"…
Added by Pei Kang on November 7, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
Today Joel and I get to celebrate the official launch of his book "Finding Your Voice". We are grateful for our mentors Dan and Joanne - who sowed seeds in us, now we get to support others. The support pouring in today has been very humbling. One of the ladies posted this video on…Continue
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Added by Brian A. Holmes on November 1, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
A few weeks ago I shared with you that I have been writing a book and asked for your help to choose the cover.
Well, the verdict is in and the cover design is complete.
You can see the cover in the image below.
Now I’m excited to share the next step with you.
My new book is called Paid To Be You: A Guide To Getting…Continue
Added by Adam Rico on October 27, 2013 at 3:02pm — No Comments
My Book Launch Plan, is this the right approach?
I'm working on launching my first book, which I originally wanted to publish the beginning of November. I'm only a few weeks away, and have decided not to rush the launch because I want to try and make is successful and not rush things. I figure as I publish more books, I will learn more and they will get much easier.
After doing some reading and getting help from others on this site and others, I've decided to…Continue
Added by Charles Wunderlich on October 23, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
I watched a show on the Food Network called Restaurant Stakeout. Basically, restaurant owners who are having problems in some aspect of their business calls a man in who sets up hidden cameras throughout the business. This man is an “expert” who has several very successful restaurants. Then, together,…Continue
Back when I wrote my first three books, I used Word and hired someone to format one of my books. Getting a book from written form into .epub and .mobi formats was a hair-pulling experience for me. One day, thanks to Chris Brogan, I was introduced to what I think is the most amazing writing and publishing tool:
Pressbooks is a writing/publishing…
With the launch of our upcoming book, Finding your…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on April 23, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Jon Acuff used to be pretty average. He had a cubical job, a wife, two kids and a mortgage. He probably had a dog too, but I can’t confirm that.
Then he started a blog, wrote a book, and started speaking to groups and at conferences. …Continue
Kimanzi Constable worked as a bread truck driver and hated his job. Now he is an author, speaker, and consultant who has sold 80,000 ebooks and has his first published book, Are You Living or Existing, set to launch May 1, 2013.
I had the opportunity to interview Kimanzi about his new book and how he made his dream a…Continue
Added by Adam Rico on March 30, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
At the "Coaching with Excellence" workshop in May, 2012, Dan Miller gave a piece of advice at the closing. He said, "When you leave here, if you learn one thing from all of this, it is to 'take action.'" I'm probably paraphrasing his exact…Continue
I’ve been a long-time fan of Dan Miller, the creative behind 48days.net. He’s probably in the top 5 of people who have positively influenced my life the most, maybe top 3.
Needless to say, I was excited when his most recent book, co-authored with his son, Jared Angaza, …Continue
Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude. ~ Denis Waitley
What does happiness mean to you? Are you in pursuit of happiness? Today I recommend to you my latest book EnjoyLife® 360 – Simple Secrets to a Happier Fulfilling Life .
In this book you will discover basic ways to enjoy the…Continue
When I first "met" Jen here on the 48 Days Forum, I could feel her energy popping right through the computer screen! In honor of the official launch of Living Beyond Rich, I shared a post on ChicagoNow blog:
Jen is giving away both books to one lucky reader-- hop on over there and leave a comment!
Here's to living…Continue
Added by Karen Putz on December 4, 2012 at 12:38pm — No Comments
Today is the launch of the second edition of my book, Money Management for Cross-Cultural Workers! When you buy the book before November 20, and send me your receipt, I will give you $157 worth of freebies!
The bonus items include:
There comes a time when you must forge ahead.
Write what must be written.
Speak your mind, tell the story and bare your soul.
Bringing darkness into the light and setting the truth free.
You may read the rest of the blog …Continue
Early in the spring, I was reading through "No More Dreaded Mondays" on a train trip to a speaking gig. I had finished "48 Days to the Work You Love" and I was mulling over the next steps on my life journey. There were several questions and passages that stood out from both books.
In "No More…Continue