Wilmington, DE, August 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- I Love To Write Day was launched as a grassroots campaign by Delaware author and ghostwriter John Riddle to have people of all ages practice writing every Nov. 15. Last year over 30,000 schools all across the U.S. held special ILTWD events and activities. Bookstores, libraries, writing groups, community centers and even a few malls joined in the fun. The Governors of 9 states have officially recognized Nov. 15 as I Love To Write Day, and urge their residents to celebrate the day by writing.
"From now until the end of September proceeds from my ghostwriting services will benefit I Love To Write Day," said John Riddle, the Founder of I Love To Write Day.
He firmly believes that when people become stronger writers, they become better communicators…and everyone wins.
“No matter what kind of business you are in, there is no better way to become an instant expert than by publishing a book. Better than any business card, brochure, advertisement, website or blog, a book is a powerful tool that will open doors and lead to tremendous business growth opportunities,” said Riddle.
You only need a "book proposal" to secure a contract with a publisher. You will also receive an "advance check" that can range from $10,000 to $30,000 (or more).
For more information, contact John Riddle at firstname.lastname@example.org Visit www.ilovetowriteday.org to learn more about I Love To Write Day.
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