I’ve been called The Bestseller Maker … and for good reason!
For more than 25 years now I’ve been a bestselling author, with 19 books to my name (so far!) … including bestsellers on the New York Times, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble lists. They’ve been translated into numerous languages and are sold in countries all around the world.
And for many of those years, I’ve also been teaching other authors how to do the same!
Many of those I’ve helped get their books on the bestseller lists are internationally known names like Neale Donald Walsch (“Conversations With God”), Marci Shimoff (“Happy For No Reason” and the “Chicken Soup For The Soul” series), and Dr. Bruce Lipton (“The Biology of Belief”).
…but I’m equally well-known for helping countless first-time and previously unknown (or little-known) authors achieve the same feat!
In fact, I believe helping authors get their first “big break” is probably the greatest thrill I get in business. (I was going to say “in Life” … but I admit my little grandson takes that honour.)
And it’s not only the authors themselves I work with – even sales and marketing experts, and representatives of major publishing houses come to me for help!
Now, I’m telling you these things for only one reason:
So you can perhaps begin to see I have the experience, the knowledge, and the contacts to help you become the bestselling author you long to be, deserve to be, and need to be if you really hope to share your message with the world … and make money in the process.
My methods for getting you and your book on the bestseller lists are not complicated – in fact, all it takes is following a simple, step-by-step system that I’ve perfected over many years of teaching and USING it. (Yes, this is the exact same strategy I use for making my own books bestsellers.)
And it can work for ANY book, on ANY topic, by ANY author – whether yours is a physical “hard copy” product, or a digital e-book – and you can do it all from the comfort and safety of your own home! I know these things for fact, and I’ve proven it time and again. (So you can stow that feeble old “Oh, but MY situation/book/audience is DIFFERENT” excuse!)