Technically I didn’t just write a book. I completed my third book. Typing that sentence is weird. I’ve written and published three books, and yet this is the first time I’m actually telling people about my books.
Here’s what I’ve learned about myself: I enjoy the writing process, but hate telling people that I’ve written a book (or three.) After writing the first couple books, I hoped that people would ask me about them or stumble upon it all by themselves. (In case you’re wondering, people don’t.)
Here’s what I’ve realized. It’s too dang hard (and a waste of time) to write a book and then keep it secret, especially when I’ve got people in my corner who are willing to help.
Friends like comedian Craig Gass, who you might recognize from Sex and the City, King of Queens, or perhaps you’ve heard his voice on Family Guy and American Dad. Either way, he’s willing to help me get over my issues. While I might not follow his approach/advice – he certainly gave me a few things to think about.
And if you’re ready to check out the book. Here’s where to go to pre-order your copy, download a sample chapter and learn more about what it means to be The Influential Conversationalist.