Today The Blind Blogger shares how he overcame the struggles he had with making his book available in print to the world.
Please welcome Maxwell Ivey to center stage as he shares his story of how he became an independently published author in 2015.
It’s quite inspirational, and leads me to wonder why more people aren’t becoming authors nowadays!
The Writing Journey Ends – or Begins?
Imagine this scenario:
You have written your first book. You have fought through writer’s block, endured many sleepless nights, overlooked the criticism of friends and family, and overcome questions about whether or not you are good enough or have a story worth telling. Now you are asking yourself, “What do I do next?”
I was at that place a few months ago. I had responded to a challenge from a friend to create an online product, and started a book, Leading You Out of the Darkness Into the Light: A Blind Man’s Inspirational Guide to Success.
We’ve all heard how selling our own e-books, and audio or video courses on our websites can be great for our businesses, right? So, in addition to this challenge providing a chance to share my story, I saw it as an opportunity to bring in some much-needed income. Oh, and maybe become famous! (“wink wink”)
After I finished the e-book, the question remained: What do I do next? I knew I had to edit it, but I wanted to publish it, too. Read More