Would you like to GET PAID to write a book?
If you're thinking this is plain fantasy, think again. All professional writers get paid to write their books.
How? They sell their books via proposals before they write the books.
What’s a book proposal?
A book proposal is a document which convinces a publisher to buy your book before you've written it. Your proposal says, in effect: "Hey, I've got a great idea for a book which lots of people will want to buy. Do you want to publish it?"
Think of it as a combination brochure and outline of your proposed book.
You CAN sell your book the easy way --- sell a proposal
It's easily possible to make a fast $10,000, or even a six figure amount. You could even make seven figures --- over a million dollars for twenty pages of text.
It sounds incredible, but a fast seven figures is certainly possible if you have a HOT, hot idea or have had an experience that hundreds of thousands of people want to read about.
In his 2001 book about writing nonfiction, Damn! Why Didn't I Write That?, author Marc McCutcheon says that it's not hard to make a good income writing nonfiction: "you can learn the trade and begin making a respectable income much faster than most people think possible".
Do you need experience to sell a book on proposal?
No! You just need a good proposal. :-)
7 Days To Easy-Money: Get Paid To Write A Book by Angela Booth shows you how to go from idea to completed book proposal in seven short days.
Imagine --- in seven days, you could be sending your proposal to agents and editors!
The ebook includes everything you need to know. Just follow the easy steps. It even includes a sample proposal, which got a contract from an agent immediately it was sent out.
You can do it too!
Here's what you'll discover in 7 Days To Easy-Money: Get Paid To Write A Book by Angela Booth.
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