I've been writing. If you haven't seen it, it's because I've been writing for John Rood, Kibly and the Azon Academy.
Emails, product descriptions, blog pieces and all sorts of things detailing how John grew his business and how he coaches other people.
I must be good at it, because I convinced myself.
My wife and I started his Azon Academy training. We researched products, worked with manufacturers, designed a product and now it's on its way. Our first shipment is being manufactured right now and it will be for sale soon.
Here's a video about my experience so far:
Do I think you should do it? Maybe. If you want to build your brand, sell products and create an income on your own schedule independent of workplace, then yes.
It's a lot of work at first. It's not for dumb people unable to learn. It's not a get-rich-quick scheme, but it doesn't take to long.
You know I don't trust a lot of people, but John and his team are some non-horsecrap people who want to sell and help people sell.
My whole point of getting into freelance writing was to make a living wherever and whenever. This is that, just a subtle shift of direction.
Don't worry. I still get to write. I'll share my product page soon and I'm having some fun with it.
My Gorgeous Illustrator and I both get to be creative. The logo at the top of this post is hers. Follow the link to see something of mine:
Oh, and what am I selling? For right now I wan't to keep that as a proprietary Dragon Knuckle secret. But here's a hint:
Wait, that's the wrong picture. This one:
This is for selling physical products on Amazon. To all my ebook authors: yes, I'm thinking of us too. Somewhere in the back of my head I'm hatching a strategy for ebook success.