In Lockdown? How to Write That Book You Always Thought About

There’s Never Been an Easier Time to Become an Author… and this just might give people the excuse they need to focus on getting that book done (that they always had on the bucket list.)

Here’s what Trevor Crane, Epic Author Publishing, can say on this topic:

  • Gone are the days you need “permission” from a group of people you’ve never met (aka: a traditional publisher) to tell your book is worthy.
  • While there are more authors than ever before, there are more publishers than ever before. . .
  • There are more options for independently publishing a book than ever before.
  • Good news! There are more opportunities to monetize your book. This is what I show people how to do.
  • Today, technology makes it easy for anyone to write and publish a book.
    You can dictate your whole book.  You can also get someone, inexpensively, to help edit.
  • You’re not alone. The best (and smartest) authors on the planet use a TEAM of people to help them write and publish their books.
  • Virtually EVERY successful author you’ve ever heard of, DID NOT write their own book. (At least not alone.)
  • Behind EVERY successful book you’ve ever heard of, a TEAM of people who helped bring it to life.

Get that bucket list item done.  Trevor can motivate your audience to get this life dream goal done.

Jo Allison
Managing Editor
Director of Public Relations
Success In Media, Inc.

91-Year-Old’s Secret “Habit” Turns into Bestseller…

Jacqueline Gellens Watson’s Life With OCD

The following is an excerpt from the new book The Habit, by Jacqueline Gellens Watson.

In the 1930s and 1940s, mental  illness was not widely accepted as a reality in America. When I was a child, I developed a mental condition, later called obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), due to prior circumstances in my life. I couldn’t understand what I was going through. I first noticed it when I was reading the book, Lorna Doone. I couldn’t understand some of the passages. I would fixate on them and go over and over them in my mind, trying to understand the meaning of the words. Continue reading “91-Year-Old’s Secret “Habit” Turns into Bestseller…”