Our host, Sharon Beth interviews Robert Nahas who has written more than 50 non-fiction books as a ghostwriter for entrepreneurs, celebrities, VIPs and professional athletes. In the early stages of his writing career, Robert saw a long list of needs, questions and concerns that aspiring authors and entrepreneurs had to contend with about producing, publishing and marketing books—with even more concerns over how to be successful as an author. So, he began to help his clients with their book endeavors far beyond the writing aspect and quickly became a linchpin for the book industry. From a simple one-man book writing business, Robert Nahas evolved his services into a fully-functioning, all-under-one-roof book and author services provider. His brainchild has become: WriterServices.net. Today, it is the #1 Complete Literary Services and Author Services Company in its industry. Mr. Nahas has cultivated a team of highly-qualified and talented individuals who share his passion of creating the best books ever possible and developing specific methods for authors to successfully promote themselves and their books, and ultimately achieve their goals. Realizing one final, yet extremely major, hurdle that aspiring authors had to face—properly, safely and ideally getting published—Robert Nahas took things one step further by developing a publishing company for the modern-day author. Prominent Books, LLC, having been designed from the ground up by Mr. Nahas, has a fresh, new look on the world of books from print to electronic to the latest multimedia technology. Its philosophy offers a more AUTHOR-CENTRIC approach. In an industry that is very disconnected, Robert has completely brought it together in one place and he continually offers invaluable information and advice in order to empower authors and entrepreneurs to open countless doors for themselves and change their lives forever. As he puts it, “It’s done one book at a time.”
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