Writing A Marketing Book Is Hard Work
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I am an avid reader and love to delve into books.
It doesn’t really matter to me what the genre or subject is, who wrote it or even how long the story is. I love to read and can’t imagine not reading for even one day.
I would often share my learned knowledge with my family members, friends and on occasion, my boss. So, needless to say I have heard them all say, at one time or another, “Why don’t you write a book?“.
For many years I made up excuses that I was too busy, when in truth I was too self-conscious and thought I would never be good enough to write a book myself.
These questions plagued me for a long while:
- Who would want to read what I have to say?
- Hasn’t everything been said already in someone else’s book?
- Where would I even begin writing a marketing book?
- What should and shouldn’t be included in the book?
- Can I bring value to my potential readers?
- And so on…
Well, six months ago I finally bit the bullet so to speak, and started writing the outline of the Craft Marketing Done Right! book.
The book is pretty much written now and my husband has read it. He said “Well done!” so I’m ready to have a few more people proof read the book.
By the middle of September I should be ready to self publish the book on CreateSpace. 🙂
Now my dear readers I have a few questions for you:
Would you like to receive an early PDF copy of my Craft Marketing Done Right! book to help me proof read?
Do you have any suggestions for a suitable cover?
Are you a fellow blogger and would like to write an early review of my book?
Have you worked with me before and would like to give me some Kudos for the back cover of the book?
Please send me an email to JagerWebDesign [at] gmail [dot] com or visit my contact page here.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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