Are you an Entrepreneur who needs an edge over your competitors? Do you want more prestige in your industry, to be seen as an authority in your field, and increase your earning potential?
You need to write a book.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a mere 131,200 U.S. workers identified themselves as writers and authors in 2020. Compare that to the 132.9 million non-farm workers in the U.S. in May 2020. Granted, not all authors identify authorship as their primary occupation. But it's also true that most writers are not authors. Still, even if you accept that all 131,200 are authors, that's 1 in 1,000. The fact is authors are a rare breed. Why? Because writing isn't easy. If it was, everyone would do it.
What if you were shown how not to be everyone? What if you were given the tools to help you make writing a book easier, faster, and better? Would you put author into authority then?
I had a 35-plus-year career as a writer and editor—and a published author. I am now dedicated to helping others obtain the prestigious title of author. Here's what one of my clients said:
“Tom was a fantastic editor for my Amazon bestseller, Peace in Passing: Comfort for Loving Humans during Animal Transitions. He was able to turn my raw manuscript into a cohesive, comprehensible, and clear book that resonates with my personality. His assistance was invaluable!" ~Maribeth Decker
I work with a small, select group of serious and
committed entrepreneurs each year. If you are
committed to gaining more prestige in your
industry, being recognized as an authority in
your field, and increasing your earning
potential, fill out my survey. I will contact
you about a possible follow-up interview.
I'm also available to associations for informational keynotes on the importance of authorship to your members' careers. Contact me for availability and rates.
I look forward to welcoming you into the fold as Fellow Author.
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