The Latest Nonfiction Book By Cygnet Brown
Write a Book and Ignite Your Business
October 23, 2017
Are you a business owner looking for surefire way to get the edge over your competition? Thanks to social media, the advertising world is changing. People can connect with you and your products like never before. They want to see the face behind the product. In addition, people want to know what is in it for them. They don’t care about the features so much as they want to know how what you do will benefit them. Writing a Book related to your business opens doors like nothing else can.
Writing a book can help you:
- Offer more than just your business card to your high end clients
- Demonstrate to your clients that you are an expert in your industry
- Go places you would never have dreamed of going
- Provide numerous chances for free publicity and even publicity that pays you!
- Find the ultimate marketing tool!
No longer is it necessary to send your book out to a traditional publisher to publish your books. You don’t have to depend on vanity presses either. Today, it is possible to publish using a system called self-publishing where you do the work of writing your book then prepare it for publication, have copies printed using print on demand technology, then market the book yourself. This book not only tells you why you should write a book to ignite your business, but it gives you a step-by-step guide that shows you how to go through the self-publishing process from an author who has been through the process numerous times.
This is the tenth self-published book by Cygnet Brown. She is the author of the historical romantic fiction series depicting the trials of an early American family: The Locket Saga. She has also written several nonfiction books which include: Simply Vegetable Gardening, Help from Kelp, Living Today, and Using Diatomaceous Earth around the House and Yard.
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Congratulations on your new book. You are a writing machine for sure, and I wish you the best.