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I had the pleasure of interviewing Tony Elam as he introduced his new book and explains his process for writing an E-book. Enjoy the interview below!

Interview With Tony Elam


00 Funny banter

1:00 Into to the book.

1:45 Who is the audience for this book?

3:40 Kindle program & discussion of how he priced the book

4:40 Mechanics of how Tony wrote the book, editing, how long it took.

7:30 Marketing your ebook

11:25 Mistakes and lessons learned

13:30 Advice for those wanting to write an ebook

Resources For Writing an Ebook

These are resources Tony mentioned that helped him write his ebook.

The Monster at the End of this Book (Sesame Street)– Grover helped inspire the title of this book.

Anthologize– WordPress plugin used to turn online content into a book or ebook.

How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months!– Jim Locke

Jim Kukral– Internet marketer and business consultant. Books by Jim Kukral.

Fiverr– Hiring people to do tasks stating at $5.

Connect with Tony

Financial Monsters Blog

Twitter: @findingforward

Book: How to Beat the Financial Monster at the End of this Book

Have you thought about writing an e-book? If you have questions for Tony, contact him or ask below.

Some of the above links may be affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.



Ever thought about making an app for the I-phone or I-pad? Well, these guys at  New Fuel Studio Home Grown Apps did both and they’re sharing their story. Did I mention that they are co-owners and also married? This video includes how they began their business and tips for future I-phone developers.

Small Business Interview: Home Grown Apps

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Contact Home Grown Apps:

Bedtime Bunny Tales website

Home Grown Apps Blog


Purchase Bedtime Bunny Tales The Big Race on I-phone or I-pad (non-affilate link)

Have a question or comment for Home Grown Apps? Leave it in the comments below. 


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