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Morgan Gist McDonald is the founder of Paper Raven Books, and is the go to lady if you want to get that book out of your head and into people’s hands!
Morgan’s path to being an editor and writing coach started in the world of academia, which she tired of after a while and followed her passion into coaching and editing.
She really believes that there is a book inside each of us. In particular, she believes that entrepreneurs have a story to tell that can benefit others, but too often, it never sees the light of day.
That is where Morgan’s team come into play. They can help you along the way to deliver the book you really want. And, they can play different roles in that process.
The commitment, Megan estimates, is three to five hours per week over a 12 week period. While, this is not inconsiderable, the outcome will be something that can really deliver fantastic benefits.
A book can be a fantastic lead generator and a huge contributor to building your platform with a wider audience.
Morgan points out that, once your book is published, you can create a course or series of videos, which can really help to attract more clients.
To help you on your way, Morgan has very generously offered all readers a free gift – access to her “12 Steps to Write A Book” which can be accessed at www.paperravenbooks.com/john. So, thank you Morgan.
You can find Morgan at www.paperravenbooks.com, where she has a load of resources to browse.
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