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Nearly everyone has a book inside of them.

The problem is they don’t know the first place to start to get it out into the world.

Screen Shot 2015-05-20 at 12.21.21 PMMy name is Kellie Frazier. I’m the author of hundreds of articles, eight books, and contributing author to many others, including best sellers.

May I share a brief story with you?

I didn’t like writing. My English teacher told me I’d never write anything that anyone would be interested in reading, all because my grammar was atrocious as a Freshman. Not an inspiring way to teach her students, but she did the best she could with me.


With fear and trepidation, I published my very first book in 2010. I was excitedly nervous. Not only did I not know anything about writing or launching a book, but I didn’t know the first thing about selecting categories, channels, uploading a manuscript, and all the important details to writing and publishing. I knew even less about strategies or what to do to “feel like an author”.

My Hard Knock Degree

I earned my “hard knocks” degree that year. In essence, I wasted LOTS of money and invested lots of time and energy because I didn’t know what steps to take.

When I published my seventh book, several years later, I had improved my grammar dramatically. I also had a great coach that far surpassed my own expectations. With over one thousand downloads on my first Kindle, I had hit the best seller’s list within a few hours on launch day.

Imagine what a great feeling it is to know that one thousand people want to read what you’ve  written? Yes, I thought of my English teacher, but only to bless her. Without her, I wouldn’t have known that with hard work, and a belief that anything is possible, I could surpass my personal goals.

Hitting The Sweet Spot

So what happens when you feel you’ve hit the sweet spot? The money rolls in, book signings happen and speaking engagements line up. You feel MUCH more confident and successful.

THAT’S what I want for each of my students, if that’s what they want for themselves.

Not everyone has such a dream though. And not everyone gets these types of results. It truly comes down to knowing what you want, and knowing you’re doing, rather than just “hoping” something will work out.

So what about you? Are you ready to become an author?

My task is to help you self-publish your book the proper way, if that’s what you want to do… and to do it correct from the start. If you know you’re ready, then why wait to get your book out there? Great coaches are easily worth more than $1,000.00, an hour. Since I’ve found a way to keep my teachings digital and very low cost, you’ll have no excuses left about getting your message out there. So hit that ‘buy now’ button below and lets get you going!

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What you’ll get out of it;Screen Shot 2014-04-10 at 2.08.10 PM

  • That you don’t have to wait to say, “I am an author”
  • Self publishing is a great way to go
  • You’ll know the most important questions to ask
  • How editors and formatter’s may be closer than you think
  • Protocols to follow and mistakes to avoid
  • Create sustainability and confidence
  • How to research quickly
  • Where to get book cover designs inexpensively
  • How to navigate the publishing process
  • Templates for greater productivity
  • Templates to promote your book on social media
  • 3 bonus videos on personal development

Becoming A Self-Published Author walks you through from start to finish. You’ll even get templates to help you work with your network of friends and family to help promote if you don’t have a built-in network.

We’ll talk about 3 important keys that will make your words STAND OUT so you know your book will be read. Key’s like;

1. Make your readers wonder.

Have you ever noticed that those books that make you wonder what’s going to happen next are those people talk about? Put a question in your readers’ minds. What’s going to happen? Make them wonder and keep loyal readers for a very long time.

2. Create an interesting picture in the minds of your readers.

Use excellent descriptors in your writing. Description carries a lot of weight if the reader can paint a picture in their mind. It doesn’t have to be elaborate. Sometimes the best descriptors are very simple.

3. Use a compelling narrative voice.

Open your story with the voice of a narrator that the reader can instantly identify with. Write in a way that relates things in a fresh new way. Help your reader stay fully engaged and wanting to share it with others!

One of my students recently published his first book. He began speaking and his books sold out at his first engagement. Here are a few other students reviews, and the reason I get up excited every day.

“Kellie Frazier has done the world of budding authors a huge favor by assembling this course. As I worked my way through the materials it downed on me that she was helping a beginning author to move from zero to hero. Her enthusiastic and positive approach will make a believer out of each student. When I received the course, I was well into the process of self-publishing my book. But I realized if I had this course from the very beginning I would have avoided many mistakes. It made me wish I had this course at the beginning of my journey so I could have avoided the mistakes I made. In my judgement, every dollar spent on this course is money well-spent.” Randy Hartman, Author

“Kellie I can’t tell you how much I’ve appreciated your knowledge and experience to get this book done. Your step-by-step videos made it easy. I want to go back through the course again and implement the pieces I missed. This has been an awesome experience.” Heath Williams, Author

“Your knowledge is insightful and empowering. Your course definitely gives any author a launch pad towards success. This training helps me navigate through the technology of self-publishing like a pro! I felt like you were right there holding my hand step-by-step!” Amy Balderree, Kymah Consulting

Sharing your book with others is how your loyal following of readers will grow.

So if you’re wondering whether this course is right for you…ask yourself these 3 questions:

1. Do I feel a “Yes” in my spirit?

2. Do I feel in alignment with, or resonate with, Kellie?

3. Is my gut telling me this program will help me write and publish my first book?

If you’re hearing a “YES!”…

then say count_me_in and get started immediately.

The bonuses alone are worth hundreds!

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Click the Buy Now button below.

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When does this course begin?

As soon as you sign up. You can log in and start it immediately!

What does it cost?

The normal price is $397, but for a limited time, you can get it for only $197.

If I don’t sign up now, can I join later?

You can join anytime. To get the price break however, you’ll want to get it now.

Can I buy it now at the current prices and go through it later?

You’ll have access to this version of the course for 1 year, plus any updates we make.

Do I have to already have a manuscript written to take this course?

No. We’ve seen this material help people write their manuscript during the course.

What if I don’t like it? Can I get a refund?


How much time is required?

You should set aside 30 minutes per day to get your book written, published and promoted.

What happens if I don’t do the entire course right away?

The course is go-at-your-own pace. We suggest going through one module per week.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us here.