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On this podcast episode, Kim Eley shares how she helps writers go from an idea to published book.
Kim Eley Shares:
-How she got involved with helping people publish their books
-What she learned from publishing her first book Tickers – What Makes People Tick.
-Why Kim’s perfect customer is a female business owner who wants to write a book as the ultimate business card.
-How she helps people write their book
-Why for many people publishing a book is achieving a dream
-The amount of time it normally takes her clients to write a book
-Some of the the challenges people have writing a book
-How long it takes to go from finished manuscript to published book
-How a non-fiction book can open the door to more opportunities
-She shares an easy way to sell your book
-Why she loves being a servant leader
-Why she makes sure everyone she works with experiences the friendly factor
-Plus, why a writer’s thought processes and mindset are often one of the biggest factors in finishing a book.
-How print on demand has changed the publishing industry.
For many people, publishing a book is achieving a dream. – Kim Eley
Connect with Kim Eley
About Kim Eley
Specializing in personal development books and thoughtful children’s books is the mission of Kim Wells Eley’s company, KWE Publishing. “The common thread of both is to help people see what’s possible and shift to a more enjoyable, fulfilled life,” she says. As a writing coach and publishing consultant, Kim gives clients six steps to make their books a reality.
Kim has been happily married to her BFF for 21 years. She’s a speaker; an author; a resident of Prince George, Virginia; a cat lover; a collector of orchids; and she gets all of her news from comedy channels.
Contact Kim Eley at:
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kwepub
Empower Your Writing: Download Kim’s Writer Power Card
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