An author to be!

Scholarship Entrant: Michael from Indianapolis, Indiana
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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My dream job would be an author. I would write novels like “Rich Dad Poor Dad” and “The Richest Man in Babylon”. My book would enlighten mankind on the importance of working hard, being thrifty, budgeting and how to make your money work hard for you.
To make my books become a reality, I would first start brain storming on a great story line that will bring all the topic together in a way that relates to the audience. Next, create characters that fit the mood for my story. Then I would Creating an outline of each chapter. Creating a time schedule for daily writing would keep me focus on my goal. The book would be edited by myself at least 6 times, before sending it to a professional editor.
Once the manuscript comes back from the editor I would critic it to see if it is ready for the open market. Since I have a business background I would create a self-publishing company to make my book look profession. Find a graphic designer to create a cover and back cover for my book. Do the typesetting for the novel. Think of a marketing scheme. Create a business plan, so I can get capital for this project. Send my manuscript to the printers and create an eBook version for amazon. While the book is in the printer I create would public speeches to promote my topics in the story. Last thing, create a book tour to spread the message.

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