Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) November 1, 2007
Many people want to write a book, but few ever do. Yet nearly everyone has stories or ideas that would make a riveting book -- if only they had the time, ability or talent to write one. "No problem," says Kim Pearson, author of the newly released and updated second edition of "You Can Be An Author, Even If You're Not a Writer: the 1-2-3 of Creating a Book." "You can work with ghostwriters, editors, designers, printers and other book experts to author a well-written, professionally designed book of your own -- all without writing a word or designing a page."
Besides sharing inspiring stories or dispensing wisdom, authoring a book can help you promote your business, organization, services, or message. "A book can establish you as an authority in your field, gather new clients and improve sales by expanding your exposure, and even put you in demand as a speaker," says Pearson. "Being a author gives you instant credibility. As a marketing tool, a book is hard to beat."
"You Can Be An Author, Even If You're Not a Writer is an invaluable book," says Jan B. King, Founder of eWomenPublishingNetwork. "It explains ghostwriting as a legitimate option for those who want help in transforming their ideas into the printed word." Amanda Murphy, co-author of the bestseller Create the Business Breakthrough You Want, says, "Kim's book condenses a seemingly overwhelming topic into an amazingly simple and clear guide. Anyone who wishes they could write a book should read this one."
Kim Pearson is an author, ghostwriter, and teacher, and the owner of Primary Sources, a writing service (http://www.primary-sources.com.) She has authored non-fiction, fiction and poetry, including the successful "Making History: how to remember, record, interpret and share the events of your life." Both books were published as imprints of Wyatt-MacKenzie, http://www.wymacpublishing.com. In addition, Pearson has ghostwritten more than 30 non-fiction books and memoirs, which tell the stories of a wide variety of people and cover a broad range of topics.