If you remember, I’ve already mentioned that Infostack’s Write Publish Profit 5.0 Super Stack is on sale from June 7 – 12. Write Publish Profit 5.0 is packed with all the premium tools and resources you need to help you write and edit your book with skill, get the kind of feedback and support writers crave, show you step-by-step how to self-publish and launch your book to bestseller status on Amazon plus build your author brand and market your books like a pro.
Valued at more than $6,500+, you’ll get 50+ world-class writing and self-publishing tools, resources, and products for just $67.
If you still aren’t sure it’s worth the investment, I want to assure you that your purchase is backed by Infostack’s ironclad 60-day, 100% satisfaction guarantee. That means you can explore everything and take your time deciding if it’s right for you.
Just out today! The 2022 Writer’s Toolkit from Ultimate Bundles has 41 eBooks, eCourses, and printables on polishing your writing skills, growing your platform, and publishing your book worth over $4,000 and nearly $700 in bonuses. It’s available until June 15.
So really, there are no more excuses. It’s time to get organized and get that novel, memoir, non-fiction, or children’s book written! Between these two amazing compilations, you have everything you need!
As an affiliate contributor of these two collections, I receive a commission when you purchase through my link at no additional cost to you.
If you remember, a few months ago, I launched Self-Publishing for Beginners via Teachable. My goal was to provide a resource for aspiring writers to learn about the ins and out of self-publishing without being overwhelmed. Well, much to my delight, one of my courses, A Beginner’s Guide to Book Marketing on a Budget, is included inInfostack’s Write Publish Profit 5.0 Super Stack, available June 7-12.
Before sharing the tidbits I’m most excited about, I thought I’d give you some information about Infostack itself. Infostack is a platform that curates the best of the best eBooks, apps, membership sites, and courses on select topics and offers them in a “Super Stack” for a limited time at a deeply discounted price. Topics in the past have included healthy living, writing tools, side hustles and entrepreneurship, and even cryptocurrency.
You have access to all the neat little items for 12 months for a one-time fee. Since Infostack offers a 60-day, 100% satisfaction guarantee, there’s no risk. If you find that the Super Stack isn’t for you, you can request a refund up to 60 days after you purchase it.
Unlike other bundle companies, once the Infostack Super Stack sale is over, it really is over. There are no flash sales or repeats. So if you are interested in an Infostack, you need to get it while it’s available. If a particular topic is popular, Infostack may create a new Super Stack. Upcoming stacks include Keto Lifestyle 4.0, Side Hustle Toolbox 4.0, The Ultimate Crypto, The KidLit Creators 2.0, The Kick Sugar Super Stack, and, of course, Write Publish Profit 5.0 that I’m a part of.
What is included in the Write Publish Profit 5.0 Super Stack from Infostack?
As a writer, I’m itching to dive into the other Super Stack contributions. I’ve been allowed a “sneak peek,” as it were, and here are some of the items that have caught my eye.
The Author Essentials Planner from Yolanda Allen promises to be the only business planner you’ll ever need for your writing career. Whoop! Send it to me, baby! Then there is a 50% off coupon for RockingBookCovers.com that I’m looking forward to checking out. You know that my friend Claudia Guzes normally does all my illustrations, and that won’t change. But, I do need some help with the layout.
Beth Barney is offering a Clarity and Changework session for creative writers. Bet you didn’t know book coaching was a thing? Well, it is. And the sessions that I’ve been able to attend from various coaches have been truly beneficial, both to me as a writer and in honing my writing process and skills.
Then Candace Havens has a workshop entitled Revision Hell. Let me tell you, the editing process is nothing to sneeze at. I am guilty of putting it off and putting it off and putting it off, which means my manuscripts (yes, in plural) lay languishing in the cloud unpublished for ages.
Blogging 105: 105 Ways to Blog and Podcast as an Author, An Expert, and a Real Person by John Kremer sounds exactly what I need to get a boost at Creative Teachings (ceflores.com), my official author platform.
That’s really only the tip of the iceberg. There are 40 contributors (plus yours truly) providing over $5,000 of valuable content, courses, and tools. There is literally everything you need to help you get your book ready for publication, whether you write fiction or non-fiction.
I’m so glad you asked. Starting today, June 7, until June 12, you can get Write Publish Profit 5.0 from Infostack’s site. It really is an amazing deal! If it’s just the thing for you, head on over to the main sales page and take a closer look at what it provides.
How else can I get involved?
If you aren’t a writer or are looking for another way to hitch your wagon to Infostack, you can become an affiliate, become a contributor, or check out the current and upcoming Infostack deals.
Are you a blogger or influencer? Would one of the upcoming Infostack collections be perfect for your followers? Then sign up to be an affiliate! Other topics that just might evolve into a Super Stack include coaching, survival and prepping, homeschooling, programming, yoga, productivity, and mindset. You can apply to become an affiliate here.
In addition to being an affiliate, you can partner up with Infostack as a contributor, as I’ve done for Write Publish Profit 5.0. As a contributor, your reach expands colossally because Super Stacks typically are seen by more than 350,000+ email subscribers per campaign. Additionally, Infostack gives you a 70% commission on Super Stacks tracked to your unique affiliate link. You’ll also get 20% on special offers and upgrades made through your tracked code.
And finally, you can check out the current Infostack deals. Save beaucoup bucks on eCourses, eBooks, audio downloads, memberships, workshops, templates, and training programs by buying through Infostack. You can visit the Deal Page regularly for the latest or sign up for the Infostack New Release Newsletter so as not to miss a deal.
Whew! That was a lot of information. Let’s do a quick recap.
Infostack is a platform that curates the best of the best eBooks, apps, membership sites, and courses on select topics and offers them in a “Super Stack” for a limited time at a deeply discounted price.
The team over at Infostack is giving away over $500+ in writing and editing software, coaching, $100 in Infostack credit (good towards their amazing bundles for writers), and more.
Plus, they’re giving away 10 books on writing every author should own, including:
1. The Emotional Craft of Fiction by Donald Maass
2. Story Genius by Lisa Cron
3. On Writing by Stephen King
4. Steering the Craft by Ursula Le Guin
5. Wonderbook by Jeff VanderMeer
6. The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
7. Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
8. The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron
9. Everybody Writes by Ann Handley
10. The Elements Of Style By William Strunk
The Grand Prize winner gets all 10 books plus $100 in Infostack credit, a 1-On-1 Coaching Call With A Certified Book Profits Accelerator Coach, 1 Year of Access to ProWritingAid Premium, and 1 Year Access to NovelFactory Premium.
The Second Place Winner still gets all 10 books. Not too shabby for a runner-up prize. You know I love books!
If I were you, I’d head on over and enter today! The Ultimate Writer Giveaway starts May 24 and ends on June 6, with the winners announced on June 7.
Sadly, I was disappointed with the convoluted advice and the book’s organization. Every other paragraph referenced a different scripture rather than focusing on one incident at a time, which didn’t allow for continuity of thought while reading. It was as if the author wanted to impress with his scriptural knowledge rather than offering biblical guidelines. Then there were references to unrelated topics, a whole section on how guns are not amoral, Karl Marx and Margaret Sanger immorally used their knowledge to destroy society, and some story about Abraham showing a rich fool his hovel in heaven, which was certainly not taken from any version of the bible I’ve read.
As I mentioned, the bible is full of helpful guidance about money matters, and most of those are mentioned at some point in this book. So in that regard, Christians might find Your Finances God’s Way a useful introduction to finances in the scriptures.
However, I found much of the writing superfluous rather than feasible. Perhaps I was looking for something other than a sermon based on the title. I wanted something more than generalities. I wanted a guidebook on how best to invest my resources as a Christian and the biblical support for those actions. Although there was much written about the scriptural interpretation of money and a few examples of what the author himself did, this book failed to provide meaningful steps to obtaining financial stability for me.
I received an ARC from Reedsy Discovery. You can read my review here.
Although the title suggests that the ideas in this book could be applied to other professionals, the metaphors, examples, parables, and situations are tailored to accountants. It is masterfully crafted in that regard. The challenges unique to financial tasks, including stress during tax season, working with demanding clients, and the accountant’s own personal baggage regarding money, were addressed.
There are biblical excerpts, quotes from famous people like Einstein, and short poems that the author wrote to aid readers in finding inner peace through mindful activity. In addition, there are some links to the author’s YouTube channel for further guided meditations, while others are written out for the reader.
I’m not sure that I could pick my favorite part. I enjoyed the meditation exercises. I loved the short poems. I chuckled at the conversation between the accountant and their friend (a reminder to be kind to yourself). The information about the practical application of mindfulness, both in professional and personal lives, resonated with me. The Mindfulness at Work Questionnaire for Professionals was beneficial in pinpointing how I could become more present. I thought the Thirteen Qualities of an Awakened Workplace was a helpful guide in helping employees determine how healthy their work environment is. I especially liked the section about the Money Attitude Scare (MAS) and how mindfulness can change how I look at money and financial planning. As you can see, this book is jam-packed with mindful goodies!
Beyond Balancing the Books should be on every accountant’s required reading list. Other professionals may also find it useful, disregarding the extreme CPA focus. People who are not ready to start down the mindful living path will probably find this book not as helpful. It’s a longish book, so not something that could be read in one sitting. However, that’s the point of being in the present, taking things as they come, isn’t it?
I received an ARC from Reedsy Discovery. You can read my review here.