Everybody likes free stuff, so I thought I’d share this with you while simultaneously helping out former CEO and current Chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers, Michael Hyatt (because, hey, I’m a nice guy).
Hyatt is giving away a whopping $375.98 worth of resources that will be of particular interest to potential authors, leaders, bloggers and other people who feel they have a message to get out and don’t know how to in this noise filled world.
But of course there is a catch. See Michael recently published a book he hopes to make it to the New York Times Bestsellers list. So he’s giving away a pile of stuff including
- The Platform Video Jumpstart Series
- Why NOW is the Best Time to Be an Author Video
- How to Write a Winning Book Proposal (Audio Recordings)
- Writing a Winning Non-Fiction Book Proposal eBook
- Writing a Winning Fiction Book Proposal eBook
- eBook versions of his new book, “Platform”
to anyone who purchases his new book, Platform: Get Noticed In A Noisy World, by the end of Friday, May 25, 2012.
Here’s how to get the free stuff:
- Buy the book anywhere (online or at a physical bookstore)
- Email a copy of your receipt to email@example.com
- Confirm your email address.
That’s it. For details go click here.
I have the book before me as I type and I can assure you, it is a great book filled with bite-sized yet heavily potent content. There are some 60 chapters in the span of a little over 200+ pages for this beautiful hardcover book. Just looking over the chapter title gets me excited. I expect to learn and apply many of the techniques, wisdom and knowledge that Hyatt provides in this great resource. But for an aspiring author I’m looking forward to going through the many resources he’s giving away as well.
Only a few days left to qualify for this one time offer. Have fun.
And while we’re on the subject of free stuff… Amazon is giving away an eBook copy of Messy by A.J. Swoboda at the writing of this post… Description on Amazon reads:
Christianity is messy. Unanswered prayers. Painful choices. Unresolved regrets. But there is good news: God works in the mess. He gets a kick out of these disturbing, disorderly moments because in these moments, we learn to trust Him. What if we all trusted Jesus? How would the world look different? How would we look different?