Being Fat Sucks: How To Lose Weight When You're Over 30
The book is done, and you can get it right now.
After working on this for a while, I finally finished Being Fat Sucks: How To Lose Weight When You're Over 30. It's available right now, so hit the link if you want to get it.
This book is a bit of a happy accident
I didn't intend to write a diet book back when I first decided to lose weight, because heck, I didn't know I was going to be successful with my weight loss. As it turned out, I was successful.
I've not made too many mentions on my blog about how I lost all the weight and kept it off, so this book is partially written as a fan service. For the few times I did talk about it, some people were interested in what I did to get the pounds off, so I figured what the heck, I might as well put a book together about it.
I'm still getting used to the way Amazon does books
This is an e-book release. Maybe a print copy will come along later, but for now, the e-book format was the quickest way to get this book out to the public.
Amazon has somewhat of a weird way of doing formatting, so the book may look slightly "off." Don't worry, it's still very readable and you won't have a problem navigating through it or anything like that, but if you notice a little bit of font weirdness here and there, that's just how Amazon's system reformatted it.
Amazon's system is something that takes a little getting used to, and I'm still getting used to it.
Priced cheap on purpose
The book is 5 bucks. I've seen other diet books sell for as high as $19.95 or even more in some instances. I'm not about to price my book that high, so it's staying at $5.
Yes, I know, I should be charging more. People have said that to me before. I could price the book higher, but won't because I want it to be as accessible to people to anyone who wants it. Five bucks to me seems like a fair price point.
My style of losing weight
As I said before in another post, this book is written for men. While true women could use the book and it would work for them too, I wrote this for guys first.
I use a simple-and-direct style of instruction, similar to how I write blog posts, just in a longer form.
Where to get the book?
Right here. For any of you reading this that are overweight, who knows, maybe this book will be the thing that finally gets you to lose weight and keep it off.
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