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New blog post series helps authors save time writing & publishing a brand-building book

For immediate release

Best-selling author Roger C. Parker recently announced a blog post series addressing the 99 Questions Authors Should Ask Before Writing and Self-publishing a Brand-building Book. Based on his experiences as an author and book coach, the series helps authors save time, consider more options, and make better writing and book marketing decisions.

Dover NH, July 17th, 2012 -- Authors and business professionals looking for a step-by-step guide to writing and publishing success can subscribe to a series of daily blog posts addressing the 99 questions authors should ask before writing and self-publishing a brand-building book.

"Too many authors start to write a book before they're ready!" claims best-selling author Roger C. Parker. "This often results in wasted time, false starts, and eventual disappointment."

Each post in the series addresses a single question, providing a step-by-step guide to writing and publishing success. Questions appear in the order authors are likely to address the tasks encountered planning, writing, promoting, and profiting from a book. Answering the questions helps authors review their goals, consider new options, and make better decisions.

"It's like having the best writing coach in world in the room with you," says John Fox, author, The Marketing-Playbook--The Definitive Guide to B2B Marketing, "Roger's questions take you through the publishing process--from planning and writing to marketing & profiting--one question at a time. Before you know it, your book is ready to go to work as your personal brand ambassador."

The 99 blog posts appear in Roger C. Parker's Published & Profitable Daily Tips Blog,

About Roger C. Parker Roger C. Parker is a best-selling author of 38 marketing, business, and design books. He's also a marketing coach, and consultant who encourages authors, marketers, and business professionals develop their own writing skills so they can ultimately profit from their own published book.

Contact Information Roger C. Parker P.O. Box 697 Dover, NH 03820 Tel: 603-866-6046 e-mail

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