Are You the Next J.K. Rowling?

Since there were over 328,250 books published in the United States in 2010,  it is very easy for potential (and even current) authors to feel overwhelmed and to get discouraged. It may sound unbelievable and walk the irony line, but the reason those numbers are so high compared to the past is because with the right approach, getting your book published is easier than ever.

Step one is finding your focus area. If you are writing a “how-to” book, narrow down exactly about what you want to educate people. A book on how to start a business is different from a book on how to start a consulting business or even one on starting a marketing consulting business.

Step two, don’t be preoccupied with the details. As the saying goes, the first step up the mountain is the hardest. All too often, before the creation process even starts, writers feel that there are too many little steps to complete. Editing, formatting, finding a title, cover art, where to have the book featured, etc., can all be handled by SkillBites.

Step three, you have to get started. Contact SkillBites so you can understand your options and to see just how easy it is to become a reputable and best-selling author.   SkillBites can provide you with a template, and all you have to do is fill in the words. Are you concerned about actually writing the content? Not to worry, SkillBites can create a complete outline for your approval and actually write outstanding content for you as well.

Step four, understand you can get help to take your project from a manuscript to a finished product. It doesn’t matter what stage of development you are in concerning your work; SkillBites can help you complete your project from start to finish.

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