Finish your book.
Surveys have shown that 80% of people want to write a book.
Most never do.
Instead, if they create anything, it’s content.
This starts innocently enough. That book idea becomes a tweet. The tweet gets 4 likes. Then it’s an Instagram caption that gets 6 likes.
One post becomes two. Then three.
This feels productive. It feels like progress.
In reality, it’s nothing more than a distraction.
Prioritizing content when you have no book is like prioritizing laundry when you have no place to live. Content disappears in an instant. Books can last (and sell) for decades.
The thing is… writing a book alone is hard.
Writing a good book alone is next to impossible.
That’s where I come in.
As a 4-time author (and Amazon bestseller) myself, I’ll serve as your developmental editor, guide you on what to write next, and keep you accountable until you cross the finish line.
Odds are, you’ve been kicking around the idea of writing a book for a while.
Is isn’t it about time you moved that bucket list item to “Done?”