Break-through Book Shows the Publishing Industry is WRONG

For the first time in 100 years, the publishing industry’s age-old “wisdom” for nonfiction authors is being challenged in this new book by Lori Anne Rising.

Online PR News – 24-June-2015 – Portland, Oregon – For the first time in over 100 years, the publishing industry’s age-old “wisdom” for nonfiction authors is being challenged. Announcing the release of Leverage: Authorship for the New Millennium on Amazon Kindle.

The industry wants authors to believe that the only way to make a real difference in reader’s lives is to sell more books. They’re WRONG! After all, how often does a book get sold but never read?!

Sales do not create influence. But influence can and does create sales! Authors can generate the kind of sales, and business, they desire – just not the way the industry wants them to believe.

“If you want your book to change the world, read this and take action,” says Holly Duckworth, award-winning author and CEO of Leadership Solutions International. Based in original research, this ground-breaking book is Part 1 in the 3-part Influential Authorship series by Lori Anne Rising, M.A. and international bestselling author.

The conversational approach is ideal for busy experts and thought leaders who want to take their writing to the next level. This book starts the series by showing professional speakers, consultants, coaches and trainers a new and unique approach to the foundational questions of nonfiction writing such as:
• how to leverage influence as an author to engage readers and build business (not just sell more books),
• how to pick the right topic,
• how to avoid the most common mistakes,
• what to expect during the creative process,
• and much, much more!

Don’t miss out! This break-through book will be available for free download on Amazon Kindle for 5 days only starting June 27th! Look for it at now at

About Lori Anne: Lori Anne Rising is a bestselling author, and nonfiction author coach working with experts and thought leaders from around the world including the U.S., Canada, Israel, England, Jamaica, and Spain. Her research into influential authorship earned her a master’s degree from Marylhurst University in 2013. She lives with her two children in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Learn more at