Have you ever wanted to write a nonfiction book that will help others improve their self-esteem?
You get double the satisfaction: earning from your writing and improving the lives of your readers.
It’s a great category with lots of interest, which means you will have a better chance of selling your book. And that also means you can touch more lives, helping more people.
Pretty cool, huh?
The trouble is knowing enough to really help people. If you’re not an expert with letters after your name, how do you write such a book competently?
You have to do some research, that’s how.
I know… Ugh! So boring. So tedious. What a chore.
You can either suck it up and do that time consuming job yourself, or you can pay someone to do it for you. Or, I guess, you can do what most people do and move on to the next idea. But that leaves you missing out on a lot of potential money and loyal readers.
It’s a quandary. But I have a solution…
I’ve already done it for you. 🙂
I have a ton of self-esteem research to share with you so you can write a great book that will genuinely help readers.
This research I’ve done is organized for easy use, too. No fumbling around or having to spend valuable time re-doing anything.
Just open, read, plan and write your book.
Here’s where you can get it: http://malka.biz/dfy-self-esteem-research/
Now you have no reason to put off writing that self-help book you’ve been thinking about. You’ll have everything you need. Go for it!