Weekly Roundup: Writing Inspiration Edition

I had dinner with an old friend last night, and during our conversation he told me that he had published a book last year. I was floored. It was a fiction novel, and he wrote the entire book in about 9 months. We started talking about his writing and publishing experience, and I found out that he has published using a print on demand service, and is currently selling about 125 books a month on Amazon!

As we talked further, he told me that he has hired a narrator who is currently recording an audiobook version of his novel, and he has even been approached by a producer who is considering purchasing the rights to the book to make a movie. Needless to say, I had to find out more!

We talked for a few hours about the entire process, and before the night was over I was completely inspired to go out and get published myself.

I’ve had dreams of being published before, non-fiction rather than fiction, but I have never felt I had the motivation to actually do it. Rekindling an old friendship and knowing someone who is very similar to me has gone through the process successfully, was all the motivation I needed to start typing words into my new non-fiction book.

So here is to keeping up the progress, and hopefully I can report back within the next year that I have published my first book!

Here is what went on at Money for College Project as well as with my Yakezie friends. Enjoy!

Money for College Project


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[button link=”https://www.moneyforcollegeproject.com/2013/06/26/10-ways-to-earn-1000-extra-per-month/” color=”red”]7 Ways to Earn $1000 Per Month[/button]




Yakezie Friends


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[button link=”http://funancials.biz/how-i-started-investing-in-the-stock-market/” color=”green”] Funancials – How I Started Investing[/button]



[button link=”http://www.ontargetcoach.com/winners-wake-up-early-im-joining-the-5-club/” color=”green”] On Target Coach – The 5 Club[/button]



[button link=”http://www.debtroundup.com/this-is-why-i-save-money/” color=”green”]Debt Roundup – Why I Save[/button]



[button link=”http://knsfinancial.com/traffic-light-camera-scam/” color=”green”] KNS Financial – Traffic Light Camera Scam[/button]



[button link=”http://fatfreepersonalfinance.com/2013/06/12/stop-comparing-your-rent-payment-to-a-mortgage-payment/” color=”green”] Fat Free Finance – Stop Comparing Rent to Mortgage[/button]



[button link=”http://momanddadmoney.com/2013/06/liebster-award.html” color=”green”] Mom and Dad Money – Liebster Award[/button]



[button link=”http://www.stackingbenjamins.com/planning-your-future-sketch-out-your-goals/” color=”green”] Stacking Benjamins – Sketch Your Goals[/button]



[button link=”http://tiethemoneyknot.com/should-you-use-money-to-bribe-your-adult-kids-to-behave-the-way-you-want-them-to/” color=”green”] Tie The Money Knot – Bribe Your Kids[/button]

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