ASKING: The Life-Changing Secret to Success in WRITING and in Life
by Emanuel Carpenter
Publication Date: Feb 08, 2014
List Price: $2.99
Format: Kindle eBook, 71 pages
Imprint: Forest Wade Press
Publisher: Forest Wade Press
Parent Company: Forest Wade Press
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Ever wonder why you don’t get what you want in life? Have you always wanted to write the great American novel but found it was impossible to pursue? Do you have dreams of starting your own publishing company but don’t know where to begin? Or maybe you just need help in visualizing your goals, finding a trusted advisor, or deciding how to give back to your community. There’s a reason you’re not getting what you want:
You’re not asking.
So many people fail to get what they really want in life because they never ask. Oftentimes, they don’t ask because they lack confidence, have preconceived notions, or self-defeating prophecies. Many times it’s due to fear of rejection, fear of embarrassment, and even fear of success.
ASKING: The Life-Changing Secret to Success in WRITING and in Life was written for those who really want what writing has to offer. In this 2nd book of the ASKING: The Life-Changing Secret to Success series , you’ll learn how to sharpen your writing skills, query publishers, and learn to creatively market and sell your work.
As a bonus, we’ve included an interview with bestselling author of "Let the Church Say Amen" ReShonda Tate Billingsley on what it takes to get your book optioned for a movie. We also interviewed the author of the mega-hit "The Bum Magnet" Karla KL Brady to learn what it takes to transition from self publishing to getting a traditional deal. Plus we also spoke with the founder of the Black Writers Reunion, Tia Ross, on the value of writers’ conferences. And if you want to sell your books in bulk to book clubs, Oosa BookClub share how they choose and buy books.
Are you ready to build confidence, forget negativity, and overcome your fears to get all that your God-given writing talents can give you? It starts by asking the right questions at the right time with the right people.