Everyone desires to write a book. Few ever accomplish the task. Yet, blogging is one of the best ways to begin writing your book.
Writing a book doesn’t have to be rocket science, but so many make it difficult and thus give up on the project altogether. I have the perfect way for you to begin writing your book, and these simple steps will help you get there.
Blogging is something I love to do. But I’ve had conversations with people asking me, why they should start a blog.
In today’s episode I want to walk you through 5 reasons I’ve come up with for why blogging is so important today. If we want to change lives, we need to let our voice be heard. Blogging does just that.
Have you started writing your book, only to find yourself frustrated by switching windows, or having too many open? I’m not a linear writer, I need freedom to cut, paste and change as I see fit. Microsoft Word wasn’t giving that to me. So what was I supposed to do?
As a writer I take my tools seriously. I need something that will help take my writing to the next level. This is when I discovered Scrivener. In today’s episode, I want to walk you through 5 ways Scrivener has helped me become a more productive writer, and how it will help you.
When I walk through a graveyard I see rows upon rows of untapped potential and unwritten books. Yet, because you’re reading this, you’re still alive and you can write your book this year.
All through college, I wanted to write a book and become a famous author. While I may not be famous, I have written two books; Divine Providence, Grace and several short ebooks. These books have opened doors and helped people succeed.
Like a construction worker, I need tools that will help me focus on writing. This toolbox is filled with ideas, electronics, pens, swipe files, books and more. But we all need quality software to help us write more effectively.
Name the software and I’ve tried it; Microsoft Word, Desk.pm, and even Evernote. While all great software, for what they’re created for, they’re not created for writing books. In-fact, I wrote my first novel using Microsoft Word. Now, there’s nothing wrong with Word, however it becomes increasingly difficult the longer your book becomes.
As a writer, it’s easy to say, sit down and write to someone who is aspiring to be a writer. But the truth is, if you want to be a writer, you have to sit down to write. Every writer wants to take their craft to the next level, and be more productive, and in today’s episode, I’ll show you how.
Today, I want to give you three things that will elevate your writing to the next level. These three things I do every week, and the results pay off. I’ve been published in newspapers, the Huffington Post and numerous blogs. If you’re wanting to be a writer, this is the episode for you.
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When people think about writing, they think of writing the next great American novel. Yet, the majority of writers will never write a book, but they will keep our newspapers, magazines, or periodicals filled with news, words of encouragement and information.
Everyone wants to write a book, but one thing we can and should do is to write for the sake of writing. There are many places we can get our work published. And in my opinion, it’s getting many small things published that make a successful writer.
Everyone encounters fear at one point in their life, or another. But when it comes to writing, fear can hold you back from making a difference in someone’s life.
Writing gives us a chance to face our problems head on. That proverbial blank page, idea or desire to write, but not wanting to step into the unknown can be debilitating. There’s nothing wrong with fear. It’s neither good or bad. One thing for sure, we can harness it and succeed.
Most people think about writing a book. Few ever accomplish it. But if you’ve never written a book, I encourage you to get yours written today.
For years I wanted to write a book and become a famous author. While I may not be famous, I have written two books; Divine Providence, Grace and a short ebook. These books have opened doors for me that I never thought possible.