Peter Bowerman promises a lot if you follow the instructions in his book, The Well-Fed Self-Publisher: How to Turn One Book into a Full-Time Living, but he also delivers. So if you have an idea for a book, even a small idea, you will want to read this book first to increase your chances of publishing success.
Peter of The Well-Fed Writer and The Well-Fed Writer: Back for Seconds fame makes a living as a commercial writer and by helping others achieve their dreams. He has worked hard to make himself successful in a publishing career (not an easy task) and unselfishly passes on all that wisdom to his readers.
Reading this book made me think (again) that I should be writing a book, something I have dreamed about since ninth grade when I decided to be a journalist. With Peter’s help and with all the new ways of being published (e-books, self-publishing, etc.) thanks to the Internet, this dream seems a lot closer. If you have some of the same thoughts, visit Peter’s website to learn more about how you can go about achieving your goal.
Surely there is something you want to share with others and a book is a great way to do that, even if it’s something you only share with your family and friends. You know what they say: Everyone has a book inside. There’s no better time than the Boomer years to bring your story into the light of day.
By Teresa K. Flatley