Write a Book (You Could Make Money … Even Plenty) was done to be the companion of all who have always wanted to author a book but have somehow not seen much value in it, or have been held down by belief that they do not have what it takes.
The primary aim is to urge the reader to write, get the pleasure of doing that, and at the same time possibly achieve good financial prosperity.
You will probably find the straight, simple and maybe even entertaining language not only easy to understand but in some way relaxing as well. Even then, you will quickly become aware that this ‘liberated’ writing style does not hide the importance of the subjects covered. Among the topics covered are publishing, creativity and passion, and how to find good ideas for a book.
The writer believes that there is no such thing as a non-creative individual, and that anyone with self-doubt could uncover their innovative character and do a best-seller.
The passages are sprinkled with expressions that, in general, are poetic summaries of explanations they follow.
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About the Author
This is the second book by Pete-Isaac Fowler. His very first started in October 2007 and was completed in July 2017. Fowler, university lecturer in Business Management, made many discoveries on his long journey to getting his first book ready for sale. Some were fascinating and some unpleasant; some shocking and others ordinary. Some were a combination of many things. Fowler concluded at the end that there was a lot he could share with future and even present writers. He thought many would be interested in the subject of money. He is. So, he made it the next on the table.