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The Roundabout Blog

Visit Redbrush’s Roundabout and take a few left turns to read articles and find information helpful to any author wanting to publish their own book.

  • As a speaker, do I need a book? Does it really help me? Can I get more speaking gigs with a book? These questions are frequently asked and I'm here to help you understand why having a book benefits you!

  • No time to write a book? Too many balls in the air? You have something to say but not sure how to publish it, let alone figure out how to write it? Don’t add another ball. Let someone else run with it. You need a … Hands-Free Publishing™ solution!

  • Publishing a book is possible even if you don’t consider yourself a writer. In true Redbrush fashion, we’re here to make it easy for you. If there’s a book idea struggling to be realized, start by answering these questions:

  • As Redbrush celebrates its anniversary, we thought it best to start again at the beginning.

  • You’re a valued member of your company’s team. You have the respect of your peers. You’re seen as a leader by many. You bring in your share of new business. What’s missing?

  • Four exceptionally powerful words. I read them on a website that a colleague of mine had produced for an author’s book. The author had several “credentials”.

  • From time to time writers ask for hints about how to get started with their writing or storytelling. I tell them to consider finding a local Toastmasters chapter or see if there is a TEDx program in a nearby metro.

  • This is the fourth and final post in a short series about the benefits of publishing your own book.

  • This is the third in a short series of newsletter posts about the benefits of publishing your own book. We’ve reviewed the benefits of indie-publishing for speakers. We’ll be talking about benefits for the average Jane or Joe in the working world next time.
    In this exciting episode we’ll discuss the three primary benefits to non-writers when they compose and publish their own book.

  • This is the second in a short series of newsletter posts about the benefits of publishing your own book. We’ll review the benefits of indie-publishing for speakers, business people, non-writers, and the average Jane or Joe in the working world.

  • This is the first in a short series of newsletter posts about the benefits of publishing your own book. We’ll review the benefits of indie-publishing for speakers, business people, non-writers, and the average Jane or Joe in the working world.

  • Got a great idea for a book that you want to indie publish? Think you’re motivated enough to attract your targeted readers to it? You ain’t seen nuthin’ yet!

  • Ever wished you could toss one of these templates onto your book’s manuscript and immediately know a half-dozen critical mistakes about your book? Let’s give it a try!

  • The WOW! factor. Every contestant needs it. Not all will achieve it. What will elevate you above the competition?