Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Common Myths About Writing a Book

Myth #1 - Writing a book takes a long time!
· FALSE:  Book Whispering ™ allows most of our authors to complete the “guts” of their book in about 10 to 12 hours of work spread out over several weeks.
· The whole thing can be done and ready to go to print in less than a month, or up to three months, depending on your schedule.
When you go the traditional route, you have to spend time creating book proposals and hoping some publisher will decide they like your idea.  Just getting your idea approved can take months.  With there are no proposals to get approved and only yourself to please.  You start with an outline and a conversation and in a few weeks you have it all done.
Myth #2 - Writers block stops most authors in their tracks!
· FALSE:  You don’t have to face the blank page when you are Whispering Your Book ™ a series of short interviews is all it takes to be on your way to being a published author.
Many authors sit there, facing the blank page, staring at it in terror.  With, you will never face a blank page.  You just start talking.

Myth #3 - Getting a book published is complicated!
· FALSE:™  will do everything you need to turn you into a published author, all you need to do is tell us what’s on your mind.
When you try to do this all yourself, it can get your head spinning pretty fast.  You get hit with questions about trim-sizes, cover art, copyrights, ISBNs, and lots more. handles all of that for you, so you can focus on getting your content right.

Myth #4 - The publisher gets all the money!
· FALSE:  All the rights to your book are yours. does not own any rights to your book.  Any royalties your book earns are yours to keep.
When you take the traditional route, the publisher takes the lion's share of revenue from your book.  The royalties you get, usually about 10% to 15%, you also have to share with your agent.  So, you end up with pennies compared to the dollars others are getting.  With, you earn from 35% to 70% royalties.

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