Writing a book? Do this NOW.

If you’re in the process of writing a book, there’s something important I want you to know:
You don’t have to wait until your book is published to get publicity opportunities!

I did dozens, maybe even hundreds of interviews, TV appearances, and speaking engagements in the two years from when I started writing my book until the day it came out.

I was quoted the New York Times and in the Washington Post. An entire feature was done on my book in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. I was quoted in dozens of newspapers across the country. I was doing radio interviews, podcast interviews, TV appearances, speaking gigs all by putting myself out there as the *future* author of a book.

I was able to gain momentum for the book long before it even came to fruition, and once it was finally published, there were already a ton of people willing and ready to buy it.

If you’re writing a book, start talking about it early and often. I promise you, you’ll get more opportunities and see more sales – which ultimately helps you impact more people with your book.

I’m curious – what is your book about? How can you start talking about it NOW, even if you’re still writing it?

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