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10 Step Plan to Promote Your Book by Scott Hughes is a nonfiction book which is about a complete process on how to successfully promote your book. This is not just a must for aspirants or beginners but also, for those who have been in the industry bet getting nowhere or not taking off.
I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars because of the following: first, Scott’s presentation is very simple which every lay person could understand easily; second, it is not time demanding because his ideas are direct to the point. I finished the book in an hour. Well, that depends on how you want to read it but in my case, I was planning to finish the book in my own time frame but when I started reading it, I can’t stop because I felt like I was listening from an expert adviser over a cup of coffee. And lastly, his book, presents basic and practical process that most of us cannot think of because we often forget basic things and never realize that these very basic things are the answers to what we are looking for.
There are tens of millions around the world who want to write and publish their book but do not know when, where and how to start. This book is the answer. It gives us ten easy ways to successfully package our book in order to compete in the international market. We have to note that the competition is tough. It is indeed true that we have things in mind on how to approach or how to strategize to market our book but it pays so much to follow pieces of advice from an expert.
Working towards success is really a process that this book and its author testify. One cannot advance to something higher without doing the basics. One cannot solve bigger problems without trouble shooting simple ones. As the author says in this book, even if you have done things and still, you do not get what you ought to, maybe there’s something else that you failed to do or something else which you did not satisfy. What might this be? Well, this book would tell you everything
It might be true that we have our family, friends, colleagues, mentors who are always at the rescue to give us tidbits of their kind and encouraging words but this book would add up to what is given. It opened my mind about “quantity versus quality”, about “personal touch from a businesslike touch” and about, “waiting for the right time with proper ways”. I was also reminded about making the best out of me by exhausting human and non-human resources which help me save time, money and effort without so much stress. Make your success happen now.
10 Step Plan to Promote Your Book
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