When I work with authors, I always ask them why they are writing a book. They give me many different answers. Some say “I have a story iinside me” or “I want to help people.” All the reasons are valid. Each of them makes sense for the author who claims then as his/her motivation for writing.
My motive is different than most authors I speak with. I write for money. I write to be wealthy.
This doesn’t mean that I am a writer for hire. I am not a ghost writer nor a freelance journalist. (There is nothing wrong with either of these two professions, it just isn’t me.) I write non-fiction books, and I do it to sell them for a profit. Indeed, I want a BIG profit – not from the sale of a few, high-priced books, but from the sales of many, many books.
This is my first post in my new blog “The Wealthy Author” and over the coming weeks, months and years, I am going to share my story with you, and teach you everything I know about making money as an author. I will also bring in other experts to do some guest blogs, and will ask you for your feedback, comments and suggestions as well.
So, stay tuned. This will be a great journey for anyone who wants to become wealthy through authorship.