Hi, I'm Scott MacMillan, President and Executive Publisher of Grammar Factory.
A book can turn you into an authority in your industry – speaking engagements, media opportunities, strategic partnerships and new clients – all a result of your paperback.
A book is the ultimate business card.
But only if you do it right.
While the idea of putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) is getting more popular in entrepreneurial circles, there’s an elephant in the room…
Most books by entrepreneurs aren’t very good. In fact, you could say they suck. They may have flashy covers and catchy titles, but when you open them up, more often than not it’s all sizzle and no steak.
If you’ve been thinking about just pumping out another shallow business book, or recording a few hours of fluffy personal development musings for your VA to transcribe, you’ll find yourself wasting thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours to produce a book that won’t make any tangible difference to your business.
In our ultimate guide, you'll get inside information that hundreds of entrepreneurs have already used to find the right book idea, beat writer’s block, get published and leverage their book to double their revenue.