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Our Clients Are Getting Huge Wins!
Excuse Limit Zero: From a Troubled Life to Writing a Book in 4 Months
My name is Greg Fernandes. I am an author, speaker and educator. When I’m asked what inspired me to write a book, it’s hard to answer that question because I really never saw myself writing a book. I discovered that Robin was the real deal when my mentor, Steve Siegel, did a little research on her. And we discovered that she had worked with a Nobel prize winner. She had worked with an astronaut and she was someone that I should get to know.
Exit the Maze: One Client’s Journey to an Award-Winning Book
My book came out in February and yesterday I was notified that I received an award from the International Book Fest. I received first place award for my category, which was addictions and mental health. I’m very, very excited about that.
Getting Published on Spaceship Earth: An Astronaut’s Journey to Becoming An Author
Hi, my name is Nicole Stott. I am a retired NASA astronaut and aquanaut, now artist. I was blessed with the opportunity to fly in space two times. One time for a little over three months on the International Space Station, and then a second flight, which was the final flight of the space shuttle Discovery, where we went back to the space station but was only there for about two weeks.
Light Speed: From Idea to Agent to Published in Less Than a Year!
Hi, my name is Steve Kahan, and I’m the author of “Be a Startup Superstar.” I’ve worked with seven startup companies, all of whom successfully sold or have gone public, generating over $3.5 billion in shareholder value.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here’s the honest truth…writing a book is like getting pregnant. You’ll never be 100% ready. And if you’re waiting for the “perfect time,” it will never happen. To hesitate will only delay your dreams from coming true, so if you’re serious about getting an agent and a book deal, just start. You’ll never regret taking a chance on yourself.
Because waiting is only costing you opportunity, you could continue to fumble around on your own. Ask your friends how they got their book deal. Read some books on how to do a book proposal. Still, if you don’t know the ins and outs of the industry, the items agents and publishers look for, or how to tell the difference between a winning salable concept and a clunker, you’re going to waste a lot of time that could be spent basking in the accolades of being successfully published.
I’m going to be frank. You need money to get a book off the ground. Our goal is to help you get your book proposal done and a big check as an advance on royalties, but a book deal is not the answer to solving money problems. If you are having trouble paying your bills, my advice is to go and get that handled. Get yourself a business coach. Learn how to do sales. Do whatever you need to do to cover your monthly nut, and then come back and see me about getting your book done.
This isn’t babysitting. We will tell you exactly what to do, so you can get the results you seek, but you need to do your part. Great ideas aren’t worth the paper they’re written on unless you follow through. Some clients need coaching so they can write their own stuff better; others prefer to work with a ghostwriter. We provide both of those services. Ask us for details.
Show up for meetings on time and ready to work. Do the homework on time and follow through afterward by taking the actions we prescribe.
No. We will vet you to make sure we believe you have the ability to succeed in this program. Yet, your success is your responsibility. It sounds harsh, but that’s how confident we are in our program and the caliber of people we bring in.