Stop Wishing, Start Writing Teleseminar Series

Have you been trying to write a book, but can’t quite find the time?  Does your book not quite have the pizzazz you are looking for? Can you not seem to bridge the gap between your ideas and the page? Then Stop Wishing, Start Writing!

The revolutionary tips of Intrigue Expert and  world renown author Sam Horn will boost your book project to the next level.  This Audio MP3 learning system contains 7 HOURS of digital audio downloads that are available now. Sam doesn’t waste your valuable time on theories. She shares proven, “I can do that today!” tips you can use immediately to produce a book you can be proud of for years to come – a book that positively influences everyone who reads it.

The 7 sessions included in this program lead you on a step by step journey to your published book.  They are as follows:

Session 1 – Achieve Clarity About Your Topic, Genre, Brand and Purpose

Session 2 – Create Attention Grabbing Title

Session 3 – Craft a Compelling Tell & Sell Description and Table of Contents

Session 4 – Develop original Proprietary techniques and Intellectual Capital

Session 5 – Organize Your Material and Write Page-Turning Prose That Flows

Session 6 – Develop a Proposal That Intrigues Agent/Editors/Readers

Session 7 - Be an Authopreneur and Get the Biggest Bang For Your Buck and the Biggest Bank for your Book

Price: $59.99

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