Publishing for Independent Authors

What Could a Book Do for You?



  • Create a Funnel: Your book can attract the kind of prospects you want because they are pre-selected by showing interest in your book. These people are more likely to purchase programs, consulting, products and other books from you.
  • Demonstrate your Expertise: Once you have written a quality book, you can be seen as a trusted authority. This status can open doors for you to do more with your business.
  • Increase Credibility: Whether your clients and readers have expertise in the field, they know or can imagine the effort involved in writing and publishing a book.
  • Earn Admiration:  You are the one who actually wrote and published the book, not the one talking about it. Eighty-plus percent (80+%) of people polled say they want to write a book; three percent (3%) actually do.
  • Increase Visibility: Authors, especially those who write nonfiction, are often guests on blogs, radio interview shows, and even Big Time television.
  • Generate Passive Income: Once the book is written, it can continue to earn income for you while you sleep, go to the beach, or climb Kilimanjaro.
  • Honor: It is an honor to have someone approach you and tell you how your book changed his or her life.


Could You Be an Author?

At a recent networking event, I introduced myself as a writer to Jesse, a business person, who immediately raised an eyebrow and paused. Then he responded, “Yeah, I’m going to write my book soon. I’ve got a great idea that could help others make money faster and have more free time.”

When I asked him more about the book, he went on for five minutes and then paused in mid-sentence. “You wouldn’t steal my idea, would you?”

I assured him that I wouldn’t and told him that he was the best person to write his book. I asked him when he would start writing, and he said, “Next week; I just have to find the time.”

A few minutes later, I spoke with Mary. She confided that she had overcome some intense traumas and had a number of great stories about her life. “I could help others with what I have learned. Think I could write a good book.”

I asked her when she would start writing, and she looked at me with a sadness in her eyes that revealed she probably would not.

I talked to Jesse a month later and asked how the writing was going. “Oh, I’m going to start next week,” he said. I haven’t heard from Mary since but wish her the best in writing her book.

The difference between the author and the wanna-be is the difference between dreaming and doing. A number of hurdles can prevent the author-to-be from starting and completing the mission. I want to help Jesse, Mary, and others like you to manifest those writing dreams.

Need Some Author Aid?  

Try Drew Becker Publishing.

Let Drew get you started on the road to becoming an independent published author.

These resources can help you today:

  • Mentoring programs to write your book
  • Writer’s weekly accountability program
  • Marketing services for authors

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