John Riddle johnriddle@
Many people dream about writing a book, but run into many obstacles in making that dream come true. Whether it is the actual writing, finding the best publisher or even helping to promote the book when it published, it can be an uphill battle. Too often people give up on that dream, and the book never happens.
But help is now available through I Love To Write Day.
I Love To Write Day was launched as a grassroots campaign by Delaware author and ghostwriter John Riddle to have people of all ages practice writing every Nov. 15. Last year over 30,000 schools all across the U.S. held special ILTWD events and activities. Bookstores, libraries, writing groups, community centers and even a few malls joined in the fun. The Governors of 9 states have officially recognized Nov. 15 as I Love To Write Day, and urge their residents to celebrate the day by writing.
"We can help anyone create a book proposal and find the best publisher, or guide them through the self publishing process," said Riddle, who has written and sold 34 books to a variety of publishers. "When you sign the contract with the publisher, you will receive an advance check that can range from $10,000 to $30,000. Plus, you will continue to collect royalties for as long as the book stays in print.”
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