Writing a book is freakin' hard as crap. Brainstorming, outlining, writing, editing...it takes a chunk out of you. A piece of your soul. But unfortunately, that's not the hardest part of the process. Once you've given your book all you've got, you've still got to give a little bit more. Do you see where I'm going with this?Marketing.Marketing is a jerk. It's really hard. Especially as a teenager. If you're like me when I started out, you have very limited experience, no money, and a particularly crowded schedule. Oh, and you have to decide who you want to ask to Prom. Let me tell you, it's a lot to ask of anyone. But to ask this from someone struggling with severe acne?It's no wonder that very few teenagers have ever published a bestselling book. However, I just happen to be one of those few teenagers who HAVE published a bestselling book. And I want to teach you everything I know. I published my first book when I was 13. It sold 5 copies. I published dozens of books after that.And I want to show you how I did it. I'm going to take you through the entire process. A to Z. Sound like something you want in your life? Then don't hesitate. Let's do this thing. Scroll up and buy your copy of "Publishing Through Puberty" today!About the ExpertWhen Mark Messick was 10 years-old, he decided that he was going to become a bestselling author. Whatever it took, he didn’t care. He would do anything. Eventually, he did become a bestselling author in his teenage years! Over the next 6 years, Mark fought tooth-and-nail to fulfill that dream. He worked his butt off every single day. He never gave up on his dream, regardless of how insane it seemed. He was stubborn. He would work for 6, 8, even 10 hours a day. Writing, marketing, researching…day after day after day.And now, finally, all of his hard work has paid off.HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.