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Have You Registered for the Tampa Bay Technology Center Event Yet? Only Two Weeks Left!

This year, Tara Richter, President of Richter Publishing LLC will be joining the Tampa Bay Technology Center Event! The event is from 9am – 2pm on February 17th.


At 12pm, Tara Richter, President of Richter Publishing LLC, Topic: “How to Write a Book in 4 Weeks.” If you have ever wanted to become a published author, don’t miss this!


For all of the details for the Tampa Bay Technology Center Event click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/152273942099345/?active_tab=about

Please register ahead of time by emailing: secretary@tampa-bay.org.

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5 Mistakes Authors Make – Here’s What To Avoid!

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TBT to Tara Richter, President of Richter Publishing, discussing 5 Mistakes New Authors Make on iHeart Radio with Brandon Rimes on The Real Estate Quarterback Show.

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Richter Publishing wants to know how we can help you take your manuscript to the next level and get you published! If you have already written a manuscript, please fill out this form so we can get to know more about you and your book! We do not work with literary agents. Authors are our number one priority and we work directly with you. If your book fits into our scope of work, you will be contacted to submit your manuscript for review. This form covers the purpose of your book, the services you’re interested in and your budget.

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Tara Richter, President of Richter Publishing LLC, Will be a Speaker at the Tampa Bay Technology Center Event Next Month!

Twice a year, the Tampa Bay Technology Center promotes kindness with their “Random Acts of Kindness Free Computer Repair” clinics and invite speakers! This year, Tara Richter, President of Richter Publishing LLC will be joining the event! The event is from 9am – 2pm on February 17th.


At 12pm, Tara Richter, President of Richter Publishing LLC, Topic: “How to Write a Book in 4 Weeks.” If you have ever wanted to become a published author, don’t miss this!


For all of the details for the Tampa Bay Technology Center Event click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/152273942099345/?active_tab=about

Please register ahead of time by emailing: secretary@tampa-bay.org.

 

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Preparing for a Book Launch? Here are some tips to ensure it is a SUCCESS!

When you have such a great part, why not let people know about the fun time you had? Here are some tips to show them what they missed out on and what is expected of your next event so they make sure they attend!

Document everything that happens at your party. The more you have recorded, the more you can post online. The record increases your SEO and Google-ability when people post about your party.

It is also a good idea to hire a professional photographer . You undo not want the only photos of you event to be badly-lit selfies. We have had some amazing videos taken at our parties. It’s worth it get them on tape and then edit it into a quick promo for you and yo9ur book/company. If you don’t have a lot extra money you can do it on your smartphone and use a video editing software. However, if you can, hire a professional. Even if you’re on a budget. It’s worth it to get that great video to post on your website, YouTube, Vimeo, etc. to get out into the world.


To grab a copy of  “Launch Your Book into the Stratosphere & be a Best Seller!” click here!

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On-the-Go this Holiday Season but Still Need to Finish Your Book? Check out these tips!

Inspiration strikes at the most random times – Don’t let it pass! You might not always have a piece of paper and pen handy, but your smart phone is either in your hand, back pocket or purse at all times. USE IT!

laptopI composed my second and third books in small chunks writing everywhere you could imagine. I used the notepad app on my iPhone. I even bought a fifty dollar Bluetooth keyboard so I can easily sit and write when I’m inspired. Once I’m done with my thoughts I email it to myself so when I get home, it’s waiting in my inbox. Then I copy and paste it into a Word document and clean it up.

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Anytime you gave a extra five minutes in your day, you need to write. Waiting in line to pick up the kids from school? Write on your smart phone or tablet. Walking on the treadmill? Jot some ideas down. I get some of my best ideas wiggle working out, probably because of all the blood pumping through my veins and those feel-good endorphins flooding my body.

Traveling soon? Airports are another great place to write. Just think about how many minutes you waste lining up to be groped by security, waiting for delayed flights,  or sitting on the plane while the staff fuels up, thinking, Damn where is that truck to push back the plane?


Never take a second of free time for granted! Create in the chaos and leave your legacy!

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How to Write A Book in 4 Weeks!

Life never stops, especially when you have the desire to write a book. Don’t make it up as impossible if your life is chaotic— IT CAN BE DONE! An industry standard 5 x 8,100 page book is approximately 20,000 words. That’s 20,000 words you would need to write in a four week period. Without structure, those words will loom over you! 20,000?! How can I write 20,000 in four weeks?! Tara Richter has come up with books full of tips for first time book writers and today we are going to share three of them from her book, “Write a Book in 4 Weeks.” We’ll give you a sneak peek of how you can get that accomplished – and even chip in some FREE resources —

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Tip #1

Use an accountability calendar and detailed outline. Download the forms from our website here: https://richterpublishing.com/resource


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FREE Resources to help you become a Published Author!

If you were to visit Richter Publishing’s website and click on Resources you would find a plethora of free resources available to help you outline, plan, and even format your book! Don’t make leaving your legacy harder than it has to be!

Check it out —

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Jump on our site, grab our FREE resources and book a FREE consultation!

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Life Hack to Finish Your Book FAST!

Life never stops, especially when you have the desire to write a book. Don’t make it up as impossible if your life is chaotic— IT CAN BE DONE! An industry standard 5 x 8,100 page book is approximately 20,000 words. That’s 20,000 words you would need to write in a four week period. Without structure, those words will loom over you! 20,000?! How can I write 20,000 in four weeks?! Tara Richter has come up with books full of tips for first time book writers and today we are going to share three of them from her book, “Write a Book in 4 Weeks.”

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Write 715 words per day.

You would be surprised at how incredible strides are made with just 715 words per day! It really adds up and slowly, writing becomes easier!

 

 

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Obstacles to Overcome as a Writer

Each writer comes across some self-doubt along the way. Experienced or amateur, below is a list of obstacles that writers must overcome in order to create. Any of these ring a bell?

  • Doubt
  • Procrastination
  • Stress
  • Perfectionism
  • Laziness
  • Anger
  • Jealousy 

The only way to overcome is to face each of these obstacles head on. There is no short cut to get it done, but I can provide little tricks that will make it easier.

  • Utilize Every Minute. You need to take advantage of every spare moment you have to finish your book. There is never a right time to compose a novel. You will never have those extra minutes just looming around. You have to create during chaos. You have to make the time and effort in order for it happen.
  • Don’t Edit While You Write. Write when you feel inspired and don’t stop until you feel like you have gotten it all out. Once you get your thoughts spinning in your head you need to stop what you’re doing and write them down, even if it’s chicken scratch notes. You can always go back and edit later.
  • Use Google for Spelling. Google is much more up to date than Word.

If you want to write  a book, you can. But the first step is getting the words out. Just the idea of it can be overwhelming and stressful—which is why many people who want to write a book don’t. If you are new to writing or need help getting started, the full version of my book will provide you with some insight on how to make this seemingly impossible task, possible!

Richter Publishing also has packages where we can write the book for you to make it even easier! Contact us for more info. 

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Richter Publishing Author Spotlight — Debbie Killebrew

Blank white book w/pathThis week’s Richter Publishing spotlight feature is on Debbie Killebrew and her title “Finding My Way Back.” —

What would you do if you suddenly found everything you knew was taken away from you? What if in the blink of an eye, you no longer were able to speak, walk, work, or dress yourself? What would you do if you could not even tell your children that you loved them? For Debbie Killebrew, these horrible questions came true in one night of drinking that changed her life forever. However, Debbie has fought to overcome the impossible, even when she was told that she would never walk again, never drive again, and never live a normal life again. Her inspiring true story will show you that no matter what twists and turns life takes, you can get up and keep going – and also serves as an unfortunately realistic testimony about how drinking and driving can truly take away everything you know.

Get your copy of “Finding My Way Back” here!

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