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Roland Denzel — The Indestructible Author

Roland Denzel created The Indestructible Author in 2015 to help authors just like him be more productive and write more books, all while staying healthy, happy, and sane.

You might know Roland as the author of numerous health, fitness, and nutrition books, a health coach, and a restorative exercise specialist, but the truth is Roland has always been an author first.

Roland Denzel has written over ten books, dozens of short stories, hundreds of blog posts and articles, and at least one poem.

All while raising a family and working a sixty-hour a week day job.

By his own accounts, Roland does not write quickly, and he makes so many typos it hurts.

“If I can do this, so can you.” — Roland

The fairy tale of being an author?

“Fairy tales are more than true. Not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” – Neil Gaiman

Truth be told, I used to think being a full-time author was just a fairy tale.

Historically and statistically, very few authors ever made a living from their books.
You had to write good books, then be chosen by an agent, editor, and publisher.
Only then could the reader decide.
Today, things are different. 
In 2007, Amazon released the 1st Kindle, and suddenly the only gatekeeper was the author.
Yes, you still have to write good books, but the only thing standing between your books and your readers is you.
If you want to make a living as an author, you can do it.
Like anything good, it takes hard work, dedication, and, in this case, plenty of time behind the keyboard and a willingness to put your work in front of readers.
Write a good book, launch it, build your readership, then write more books. 
To quote one of my indie author inspirations, thriller writer Mark Dawson, “There’s never been a better time to be a writer.”

Join me and learn to put your books in the hands of your readers.

Need ergonomic help?

As a trained restorative exercise specialist, who’s also an author, I know that “butt in chair” time is both necessary AND our biggest nemesis.

I fought off the onset of carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar neuropathy, and plantar fasciitis, all while managing to keep my butt down long enough to write books, training manuals, blog posts, and work my full-time job behind a keyboard.

If you need some help to get or stay your indestructible self, reach out for a free consultation. There are lots of simple tools and techniques that can keep you writing, productive, and healthy. 

That’s what we all want if we’re serious about our author careers.

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