Writing Resolutions

I wish I had a dollar for every time someone said to me, “You should write a book.” As a writer by profession, it’s not like I’m short on ideas. My quandary isn’t a loss of words, but rather finding the time to actually put “pen to paper” and flesh out my ideas. Each New Year I’m filled with optimism that this will be the year that I make headway on my literary tour de force.

Many people make resolutions like mine, but let’s face it. Most of those end up having a shorter shelf life than a celebrity marriage. Instead, what if this year you set tangible goals that resulted in a finished product? Enter Dan Miller.
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I can tell you from firsthand experience that there is plenty of material out there on how to write a book. What sets Dan Miller apart from the rest is practical, hands-on experience. As the President of 48 Days LLC, Miller specializes in creative thinking for increased personal and business success. He is also the acclaimed author of 48 Days to the Work You Love and No More Mondays. He expertise has been sought as a guest on The Early Show on CBS, Fox Business News, and the Dave Ramsey Show. In his latest eBook, Write to the Bank he outlines tangible ways that you can take to become a paid author and writer that won’t require you taking a year-long sabbatical. This is not a book on grammar, sentence structure, or how to develop compelling content. Rather, it is a guide that will help you:

  • Create a persuasive proposal
  • Get it into the hands of a publisher
  • Get it placed at the top of the publishers list
  • Self-publish it for pennies on the dollar
  • Sell thousands of copies yourself and make publishers come looking for YOU

Dan Miller’s toolkit is all about how to make your writing aspirations a reality. Making the time to pursue your dreams is all up to you. Will 2012 finally be the year you see your name in print?

To learn more about Dan Miller and Write to the Bank, visit his website at www.48days.com

About Sarah Hovis

Word manipulator, arts appreciator, sports spectator, and world traveler, Sarah charts her own course as the owner of saliho creative. She uses her creative mind and engaging dialogue to fearlessly bring the written word to life in print and online… all while keeping a watchful eye out for the next literary adventure. You can reach her at sarah@rochestermedia.com.

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