Guide: How to Write a Book that ACTUALLY Makes Money

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Start Writing Will Help You Discover The Secret To Unlocking Your Next Revenue Leap With An Expert Book!1-Aug-02-2023-03-44-58-1094-PMABOUT YOUR RESOURCE

If you're a woman who has always dreamed of writing a book to expand your impact and increase your revenue, then this is for you! In this guide, I've laid out exactly what you'll need to create a high-quality, revenue-generating book.

Consider that 98% of books sold fewer than 5,000 copies in 2020, and the average self-published book only sells 250 copies in the first year. With average royalties of 40% per book for self-published authors, a self-published author is likely to make about $2,000 from book sales in the first year. Even if you managed to sell 5,000 copies, you'd be looking at about $40,000 in royalties.

Creating a revenue-generating book is NOT about book sales.

It comes down to forming a relationship with the reader & getting them excited about the possibility of working with you.

By the end of this guide, you will know how to write a book that will nurture quality leads into your signature offer.

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