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    Posted March 3, 2014 by
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    SkillShare Book Shows Readers How To Find The ‘Extra’ In Their ‘Ordinary’ Lives

     

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    For Immediate Release

    Aliso Viejo, California – February, 24, 2014 – learning new skills can be an exciting prospect, and at some point in life, many people may want to try a new hobby or interest. For some, these new skills can lead to earning additional income.

     

    In the new released book, SkillShare: Learn How Ordinary People Do Extraordinary Things Every Day, readers will discover stories from thirty co-authors who have learned various skills that have created a lasting impact in their lives and others, because they’ve honed their craft.

     

    Co-author Cherry-Ann Carew, a successful solopreneur says, “Nothing gets done without a good dose of inspiration behind it. Whether you're writing a book, developing a new product, designing a website, or trying to decide how to set your company apart from others, learning new skills to move forward is part of our growth.”

     

    Readers can skim through the book, absorb every chapter, or read whatever is of interest to them. SkillShare showcases a range of different skills – each area is condensed into one chapter – and in just a few pages, readers will come away with new knowledge.

     

    “Just by reading one chapter, readers will learn a new skill. The book covers subjects from, writing fiction, list building, building authority, Internet marketing, how to give a great presentation, and much more,” said, Cherry-Ann.

     

    The point of the SkillShare book is to inspire and motivate readers to follow their own passions, learn the necessary skills and understand that whatever they want to achieve is possible once they take action and stay committed.

     

    SkillShare is ideal for anyone who has ever wondered how to start a new hobby, find out how they can develop new abilities to make a living, or earn additional income to enable them to live a life of purpose.

     

    SkillShare: Learn How Ordinary People Do Extraordinary Things Every Day is available to download from Amazon Kindle for $0.99 and $18.99 in paperback format.

     

    Award Finalist & Amazon Bestselling Author, Cherry-Ann Carew aka The Power Writing Coach, Editor and Founder of Writetastic Solutions is passionate about helping Authors, Speakers, Experts and Service providers bring out their creative expression to write, publish and market their books to use for lead generation, share a message, or entertain.

     

    Cherry-Ann has many years of experience in professional writing for various magazines, newspaper publications and online content. She cut her teeth in professional writing when she worked as a sports journalist for one of England's popular newspaper, The Voice, and thereafter she worked as Editor for a sports journal.

     

    Cherry-Ann has authored several books, and has also co-authored others, including, “How The Fierce Handle Fear – Secrets To Succeeding In Challenging Times,” that includes, Donald Trump, business magnate, investor, television personality and author, and Jack Canfield, co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. To learn more about Cherry-Ann, visit www.writetasticsolutions.com.

     

    Contact:
    Cherry-Ann Carew
    Telephone: 1+ 949 231 0858949 231 0858
    Email: info@writetasticsolutions.com
    Website: www.writetasticsolutions.com

     


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