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Write Book 60 Days
Do you have a book in you?
Have you been STUCK in the manuscript?
Need help finally getting it written?
Can you COMMIT to 1 hour per week?

Write Your Book in 60 Days-Michael D Butler Beyond Publishing

Starting November 6th (preview Nov 5th) non-fiction writers are invited to join Beyond Publishing CEO Michael D. Butler on a journey, an 8-week journey of completing their books. Each week we will cover one crucial aspect of book writing from choosing a topic, finding your title and subtitle to the actual process of staging, assembling and preparing your content to deliver to the world as a sellable book.

If you're committed to the process our team is committed to helping you create a sellable book within 60 days.

The weekly trainings will not be recorded so group participation is required to get the most out of the 8-week process.

We are keeping the total number of students to a minimum so RSVP today before it's too late.

The latest news is at http://WriteBook60Days.com

Join us for the preview to learn more.

Nov 5, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Michael D. Butler
Author @WriteBook60Days.com
Butler launched his entrepreneurial career at 15 when an ad he ran in the newspaper for lawn mowing got him 14 customers. Not old enough to drive he had to hire a driver to make sure his customers got serviced. He later sold that business and went on to start a Janitorial company which grew to 1 million in annual revenue in the first year. Butler would later sell that company and found his passion in the direct sales space. Training his sales teams to write a book, adopt a non-profit and speak on stage the natural next step was to start a social media marketing firm, which he did. Before anyone was on Facebook, Butler and his teams supporting authors and book launches were marketing their team members on Myspace. In 2010 they had their first author get a movie deal and they knew they were on to something. Fast forward to 2020 and 14 short film festival awards later Butler still believes in the dream and inspiring the dream in others who have a story to tell the world.