Authors Should Speak: A How To Guide for Authors Who Want To Start Using Public Speaking To Share Their Message And Sell More Books!

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“This is the book I wish I’d had when I started out on my writing and speaking journey.” Jeff Davis- Author and TED Talk Speaker

Are you one of the many authors who want to sell more books? Today’s authors know it is hard to sell books. The traditional way of book sales no longer works as it once did. We authors know we need a better approach now. Today’s authors want to get better at selling books and getting their message out there. Authors wish to help the right people at the right time.

Sadly, the lack of exposure is holding us authors back from spreading our message to the people who need our expertise the most. People are bombarded by marketing all day long. This has caused most people to tune out the messages, including our own, to help them. We must learn to effectively speak to the right people at the right time through public and professional speaking. We must better hone our message, what our book is about, and how it helps others through speaking. This would help more people who need our answers and help us authors sell more books as well.

If we authors don’t learn to fine-tune our message through speaking, we will continue to have low book sales. Furthermore, we will also have wasted a lot of time writing a book because so few people will know about it. This book is endorsed by international author and TEDx Speaker Jeff Davis and many other authors and speakers worldwide. So, don’t wait any longer to join these fantastic people. Invest in yourself right now and sell more books as well by picking up this one

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Print length‏:‎133 pages

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