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Richter Publishing Author Spotlight — Pierce Brunson

This week’s author spotlight is Pierce Brunson and his novel, Work Ethic: The Right Actions to Create a Successful Lifestyle —

work-ethicIt isn’t what you say, it’s what you do that will create the life you want. The high school years are a great time for students to build valuable and rewarding action characteristics to increase self-esteem and deliver results. While enjoying these years, students should be developing the right mindset to achieve the success they desire in the future. In order for success to happen, for students to have that lifestyle they often speak of wanting, they must become adults with a solid, results-based work ethic. Wasting these four years can’t be a part of the plan. By using their time in high school to build the right actions for a successful lifestyle, students can ensure themselves a bright future, no matter the obstacles they will encounter. Work Ethic is for the high school student expecting to live life successfully, and is willing to do the right growth actions to shape a lifestyle of fulfillment, fun, and results.

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Join Richter Publishing At The FREE On Point Women’s Expo This Saturday!

img_0541This Saturday, February 4th, Richter Publishing will be joining many other amazing organizations at the On Point Women’s Expo at Westshore Plaza. All of our books will be available for sale as well as free copies of our magazine! You do not want to miss this event! Free entry for all!

The event will be held from 10am to 6pm.

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Title Feature – Amazon Best Seller “The Book of Retirement”

Blank white book w/pathThis week’s title feature is one of Richter Publishing’s Amazon Best Sellers! The title, “The Book on Retirement: Are You Ready for the Second-Half of Your Financial Life?” by Kevin Houser and Gary Plessl has been extremely successful since its release in 2105.

Are you really ready for retirement? If your plan for retirement has only been focused on savings and accumulation of assets, you are likely only half prepared for retirement. The real key to a comfortable retirement is what you do with those assets during the “Second Half” of your financial life, when the focus shifts from savings and accumulation to income and distribution. Have you ever read a personal finance book that told you it’s not only okay – but a good idea – to spend money at certain moments of your life? You will now! Within these chapters you will also learn the real keys to a comfortable retirement: • Strategies for defusing the TICKING TAX TIME BOMB inside your IRA account • Ideas for protecting your assets and securing your retirement income • Strategies for minimizing taxes on IRA/401k distributions during every phase of your life • How to do a low-tax or tax-free Roth IRA conversion • Strategies for reducing or even eliminating capital gains and estate taxes • How to leverage your IRA to leave a lasting legacy and tax-free inheritance for your heirs Take the action you need to prepare for the second half of your financial life!

Get your copy of The Book on Retirement: Are You Ready for the Second-Half of Your Financial Life? HERE!

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Title Spotlight – “The Public Triumph” by James Chittenden

Blank white book w/pathJames Chittenden founded Triumph Business Communications which provides clients with a full range of public relations services. James was a Marine Corps officer before spending nearly a decade in business in securities and business banking.

In addition to Triumph Business Communications (www.publictriumph.com), he also founded Triumph Business Services (www.utriumph.com), which provides incorporation services to entrepreneurs.

The Public Triumph is a complete guide to gaining public relations success based on your strengths. The approach outlined in this book is based on Marine Corps recruit training, where the author served as a recruit training officer and a public affairs officer. This book is a bit of a boot camp for entrepreneurs and offers an aggressive “do it yourself” public relations approach.

You will also go to boot camp. Literally. You will learn about obtaining and shaping media coverage from case studies from both the U.S. Marine Corps and the business world.

You will learn search engine optimization (SEO) for small businesses. You will learn 11 proven elements of newsworthiness from the viewpoint of a reporter. You will learn what to do if you receive negative coverage or anticipate it, turning a disaster into an advantage. Additionally, you will learn some writing skills and how to present your business to the public with panache, pride and confidence.

Get your copy of “The Public Triump” here!

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Having Trouble Editing Your Manuscript? Check out this video!

So you’ve written your book, and just when you think THAT was a the hardest part – now it’s time to edit. Where do you even start?! Richter Publishing has put together this informative video to help writers get a handle on editing their manuscript before it’s ready to be looked at by a publisher. Still having trouble? No worries! Richter Publishing is willing to look over your manuscript FOR FREE!

 

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How to Create in the Chaos – There’s an App for that!

screen-shot-2016-12-27-at-6-11-04-pmWith an app called Anti-Social, you can mark sites as distracting and, when turned on, it will prevent your phone from ringing if there’s a notification headed your way. So when you do get a chance to write – whether the kids are in bed or you’re on your lunch break – you’ll actually be forced to focus on your manuscript rather than what’s trending on your favorite networks. This app, along with the help of Richter Publishing ANYTHING is possible!

Richter Publishing company has published over 40 books and has had in some way a hand in their success. From helping write, edit and organize your thoughts on paper, Richter Publishing is there for each author throughout the entire creative and editing process.

In Tara Richter’s book, “Write a Book in 4 Weeks!,” Tara explains how you can “create in the chaos.” Life can be busy – and at most times extremely hectic – but dedicating a few hours or even minutes of your day that you can leave your legacy. Start with this writing tip so you don’t feel overwhelmed!

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Richter Publishing and Successful Best Selling Campaign for Plaintiff 101!

Tara Richter, President of Richter Publishing, reveals the audiobook and Kindle versions of Plaintiff 101 by Karen Mertes as #1 Amazon Best Sellers at iHeart Radio on The Real Estate Quarterback Show. She also announces the new writing contest and 3rd Annual Author Award Ceremony & Book Gala at Cooper’s Hawk Winery, Oct. 20th!

Be sure to grab your early bird tickets today up till a week before the event!

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How to Write your Book Using your iPhone!

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.

Woman waiting at the airport

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!

Start today!

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Writer Meet-up Groups

writers-group1Every book needs an editor. You need a different pair of eyes reading your words. When you are the one writing, you are too involved in the process. You need another person looking at the content with a fresh mind to see if the story runs smoothly. Does it make sense or did you leave out gaps of information that confuses the reader? And, of course, spelling and grammar also need to be reviewed. But how do you do that without an intern – or a big budget? Have no fear! That’s why writer meet-ups were invented! And yes, they really exist.

The more eyes you have looking at your work the better. There are many writer meet-up groups. I’ve seen some in my local area where it’s just for people reviewing other people’s work. Usually, it’s free. Utilize all of your resources!

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3 Tips to Writing your Book in 4 Weeks!

pencilLife 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.”

Tip #1

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

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Write 715 words per day.

Tip #3

Create an outline prior to writing . Every day, sit down and write, tackling each section at a time.

 

 

 

To get your copy of “Write a Book in 4 Weeks!” click here!

 

 

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