From the desk of: The Precisely Team
Dear fellow writer...millionaire maker, Ted Nicholas, was right on the money when he said: "The secret to becoming a millionaire is simply using the right words."
You see, Ted Nicholas, actually is a millionaire, based in low tax Switzerland and enjoying a very nice life traveling the world. In fact, he's living the dream of about 70% of the population, who - when asked in a recent survey - said they wanted to write for a living and travel.
But Ted has never written a Hemmingway quality novel or a Stephen King blockbuster - yet he knows how to turn his words into gold.
And if you need further proof of how you can bring forth gold from your words, consider the author of the famous Harry Potter books and movies: J.K.Rowling.
Hers is a true 'rags to riches' story...A single mother with a small child living on benefits, Joanna Rowling wrote her first Harry Potter book in coffee shops, because she couldn't afford to heat her home. Now she doesn't have to worry about that, because she's worth $910MILLION from the sales of her books and movie rights.
Would you like that to be YOUR story, too?
Because, if you're like most writers, that's your secret dream. But the path to Joanna's fairytale ending was anything but smooth.
Twelve times her manuscript for her first Harry Potter book was rejected by publishers. And - even when it was finally accepted - she was paid a miserable advance of just $2,000.
You have to admire her tenacity, but the brutal truth is she had a massive amount of luck on her side, because - these days - it's almost impossible to get published, if you are an unknown author. Prove that for yourself...look at the best seller lists and you'll likely to recognize many of the author's names. But they will be politicians...movie stars...pop singers... athletes - but virtually no writers.
Because 'authors' have been displaced by 'celebrities'
You see, it costs so much to print and publish a book these days that publishers now play it real safe.
So they feature books by people already well-known to the general public, which guarantees the book will attract curiosity and sales - regardless of whether the celebrity can write or not.
In fact, some would struggle to write a Post It note!
So the publisher pays a professional writer called a ghostwriter to actually write the book. And that's where you come in.
Not that having your name on the cover of a book is all moonlight and roses, because the publisher will set out an exhausting schedule of book signings and public appearances for the celebrity turned 'author' to publicize and market the book.
Meantime the ghostwriter has banked their fat check for actually writing the book and quietly getting on with the next lucrative project.
So, if you forget your dreams of fame and instead go for the fortune, then you can make a very nice living, quietly turning your words into gold!
Nor do you have to ghostwrite a whole book for a well known personality, because there are tons of ways you can make money with your pen or your laptop. And the internet has exploded the opportunities beyond measure, with an insatiable demand from everything to complete ebooks and shorter reports, to blog posts, via emails texts and even sales letters.
But - just like every other trade - there's a trick to it
And if you don't know the tricks of the trade you can waste a great deal of time and effort and end up with little more than serious frustration, when you see other folks - less intelligent than you - moving swiftly ahead, whilst you're stuck spinning your wheels.
Fortunately, being a writer myself, I know something about the whole lucrative business of ghostwriting and I've finished my new program just in time so you can be one of the very first people to take advantage...
The Ultimate Ghostwriting Formula