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Lots of successful people like entrepreneurs, business owners, and politicians live and die with the dream of translating their legacy into a book. Most never get their loftiest ideas out there because they don't know how to write or don't have the time to write a book. In Outsource Your Book: Your Guide to Getting Your Business Book Ghostwritten, Published and Launched, Alinka Rutkowska offers the tools that anyone can use to get their book published and use it to establish their authority, gain more visibility, earn some more money, gain popularity, and create a legacy. From locating the right ghostwriter to determining the flow and concept of the book to editing and formatting to launching, the author shares invaluable tips with readers.
Outsource Your Book is a slim but powerful guide, packed with wisdom, insight, and nuggets of information that anyone needs to turn a simple book idea into a bestseller. This author writes with the confidence and the fluency that belong to the gifted and the experienced and the reader is left in no doubt that the research is thorough and in-depth. Alinka Rutkowska writes with simplicity and uses a style that is very accessible and easy to understand. The voice is strong and compelling and as the reader turns from page to page, they gain a lot of clarity about what it takes to not only write a book but to turn it into a bestseller. Outsource Your Book is both informative and entertaining.