Write a Book in a Weekend

Ty Brown on Pet Life Radio

Most of you already know that having a published book makes you look like more of an authority in your field, helps you sell more of your service, adds more to your bottom line, and gives you an additional way to find business leads.  If we all understand this, why is it that so few people have published books?

The answer is simple...writing a book is hard!  Our expert this week, Donna Kozik, takes us through the process to have a book written in a single weekend.  Listen in and take action!


    Donna Kozik grew up on a 200-acre dairy farm in northwestern Pennsylvania and now lives near the freeways and beaches of San Diego, where she shows coaches, entrepreneurs and others how to become published authors the ‘fast and easy way.’
    In fact, she has set a personal goal of turning 1000 people into published authors in the next 12 months.

    Her system for doing this is live and virtual "Write a Book in a Weekend" events, featuring Donna's "fill-in-the-blanks" book template plus a weekend of live audio and recorded video messages that motivate and inspire soon-to-authors to complete their books in 2 days.

    She is former newspaper editor and senior communications specialist, a two-time award winning book author who has been featured in Woman’s Day and Women’s World magazines, The LA Times and The Baltimore Sun newspapers, NPR’s “Marketplace” news magazine and the NBC Nightly News. She’s also been a paid national media spokesperson for Sprint PCS and has been featured in several other books including ones by Bob Bly and MarketingProfs, along with Don't Sweat the Small Stuff--and It's All Small Stuff Stories and The Vision Board: The Secret to an Extraordinary Life published by Harper Collins.