Zero to Book
PAMELA WILSON AND JEFF GOINS
You probably already know … publishing a book is a complex process. Zero to Book is documenting the journey from start to finish, so you can learn how to take your book from an idea to a published product. Listen in as best-selling author Jeff Goins helps Pamela Wilson go from Zero to Book.
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