Want to write a book in ONE year? You can!

by Timothy Pike
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So you’re rarin’ to go. You want to write a book, but you don’t quite know where to start. Or, assuming you can get past the writer’s block, the half-formed ideas, and the fear that what you write will suck, you still don’t know where to go next. Because you also may not know a thing about self-publishing, using social media effectively, or getting people interested in your book.

Unfortunately, writing a book isn’t enough. Self-publishing isn’t enough. You also want people to buy it, right? As in lots of people—lots of people who are counting down the hours until it goes on sale.

That’s why I created #365daynovel: to help you not only write your book, but build hype at the same time.

When you embark on #365daynovel, you’ll also learn how to beef up your Web presence, tricks for supersizing your audience, the ins and outs of self-publishing, and how to maintain your health and sanity throughout.

And how to do all of this within the next 365 days.

As the week goes on, I’ll be introducing a network of experts who can help you every step of the way. These are industry professionals who have specialized knowledge of each stage of the writing process, and you’ll have access to their wealth of knowledge through articles, interviews, as well as a sea of information on their own sites.

And it’s all tailored to what you’re doing—writing, publishing, and selling a book in the next 12 months.

Imagine: your book on the virtual shelves—and selling!—by this time next year.

Stay tuned. Follow. Oh, head on over to Twitter and follow me there, too!

~Timothy Pike

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