I began my library career at the age of 10. I can't tell you how many books I have ever touched and thought Wow!
My first "name on book" came as a co-editor of the work, Gender Equity or Bust! It was exciting to put the information and words of the publication Women in Higher Education into a one volume book...with my name on the cover. The first book signing to the University of Michigan was awesome.
At the age of 63, I got my own book published. The Your Amazing Itty Bitty Retirement book: 15 tips for the nearly or newly retired was published. I remember the fears of the blank pages, the deadlines, the demons that told me who am I to do this. I'm glad I did it. Just getting the first, thank you from a reader was worth it all.
This year I published a speech I did during the "Stay at Home" pandemic. I couldn't talk to an audience, did the Zoom call with it, but wanted to share my thoughts on Loneliness is Not an Option with more people. I took the speech, made a book and published it on Kindle.
I would be honored to assist you to have YOUR name on a book. Let me know if you'd like to chat about that.