Posts Tagged ‘book writing’

How to become a writer

Writing a book. What is it about this that some people find easy? And why do some people find it damn hard?! It came up on our writing retreat. One of our clients doubted her ability to get words down on paper. She believed she was a speaker. She didn’t believe she could write articulately.…

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How to make an impact with your book cover, title and the first few words!

Throughout August, we’ve been running the 10,000 Word Summer Book Challenge. We’ve had dozens of clients who have been working on their book; some in the early stages and others finishing their manuscript. The second webinar of the month was an ‘Ask The Book Mentor’ session, and I was asked the following question: How do I…

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Book Writing Made Simpler

Book writing doesn’t have to be difficult. Honestly! It may not feel this way when you have a myriad of words going around your head, and you’re not sure which words to include and which to leave out. It may not feel like this when you’re struggling to find time to write, and other important…

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How to maximise your writing motivation

If you were on our recent Book Masterclass, you’ll have seen Sheryl talk you through the various stages of writing and publishing a book. Most people start at the dreaming phase. This may be triggered if someone has said to you something like: “You should write a book about this…” Or you realise that you…

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How do I know if I’m writing the right book?

Occasionally I have a panicky email from one of my clients or a conversation that goes something like this… Am I writing the right book? How do you know if you’re writing the right book? When I say the right book, this is likely to be ‘THE book’. It’s likely to be the one that…

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