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They Laughed at My Pancakes

Can you imagine a time without cell phones?

If they’d been in common use when I was 17, it could have saved me some mockery and shame.

My boyfriend and I had gone camping, and when it was time for dinner, we went to the public phone to call my mother.

"Can you tell me how to make pancakes?" I asked, and people around me burst out laughing

Apparently it was something stupidly simple that every Dane knew how to do.

Except me.

Still today, when I’m cooking something I’m not used to do, I use a cookbook. What’s wrong with that?

That’s how we learn, right?

The same can be said about a skill every writer and author needs to learn: Writing emails.

Those days, one of the safest issues you can rely on is your mailing list. You have to build that list.

And you have to mail that list.

But what do you say?

You: "I have published a new book."

Reader: "Oh, yeah? Yawn."

You: "Guess what… Two months has gone, and I’ve published another book."

Reader: "Who are you? Is this spam?"

Yeah, that won’t work.

You need a cook book. A cook book that will tell you which meals to prepare and how to prepare them.

In other words, when should you mail your list? And what can you tell them?

The Author Email Recipe Book is written by David Martin and Geoff Shaw, two successful, self-published authors.

They are worth learning from.

Grab your recipe book here, while it’s available: http://malka.im/authorcookbook

He HATED Promoting This Product

Some things are best kept a secret.

And one of my friends, let’s just call him Ed, had a secret he’d kept away from me and everybody else in this group.

He told us, that he HATED to promote the product he just mailed for. Not because it’s a bad product, but because he’d been making a steady stream of money every month since like 2010 with…

Sudoku books ๐Ÿ˜€

Oh, well.

The cat’s out now, but does it matter?

Nope. This niche will not get saturated any time soon, so do me a favor:

  • Don’t just think about it. Set aside 30 minutes daily to create Sudoku books.
  • Do it.
  • Set them up at CreateSpace.

If you want to know how to create these books for free – or for the cost of a Fiverr cover – you only have to go through this book by Andy C… (and there’s no way I can remember how to spell his last name correctly ๐Ÿ˜€ You can see for yourself on the sales page.)

Start your own Sudoku empire within this hour http://malka.im/sudoku