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You’ve Got the Time “Especially and Unreservedly Recommended” by Midwest Book Review

Thanks to the library journal Midwest Book Review for a glowing review of Ken’s new book, which will appear in the May 2020 issue. Highlights: “One of the most ‘user friendly’ and comprehensive how-to manuals for writers seeking publication of their work, ‘You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You’ is an especially and unreservedly recommended addition to both community and academic library Writing/Publishing collections…. Simply stated, if it is your ambition to create the next great American novel and secure your place in literary history (or just to have your own work published and secure as wide a readership as possible for it), then ‘You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You’ should be a part of your personal […]

“You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You” Earns 19 Launch Day #1 Rankings in 3 Countries

Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 15, 2020 –Ken Wachsberger’s latest book, You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You, wasted no time earning #1 International Bestselling status on Amazon. This step-by-step guide to successful book writing and publishing, released February 27 by Azenphony Press, earned #1 Launch Day rankings in 19 categories in three countries. According to Wachsberger, “I worked harder and smarter for this launch than for any previous book but I’m still amazed. And pleased.” Following are the #1 rankings: United States Genre Fiction Research Publishing & Books Authorship Nonfiction Editing Academic & Commercial Marketing Canada Project Management Training Communications Writing Reference Business Life Australia Research & Development Knowledge Capital Time Management Business Life Entrepreneurship You’ve Got the Time also earned a handful of […]

Jo No Little Woman with Book Publisher

I was one of two men in a half-filled theatre one day recently to see Little Women. Its feminist message was evident. But what I found equally inspiring, as someone who has advised National Writers Union members on how to negotiate their book contracts for the past thirty years, was Jo’s strength as an independent freelance writer, female or male, whose work deserved to be treated with dignity. The publisher offered 5% net royalty; she countered with 10. They argued back and forth, debated net price versus list price along the way, and finally settled on 6.6. From my comfortable reclining seat in the theatre, I thought at first that she shouldn’t have settled for less than 7.5 but I soon realized she was allowing a slight give in her […]