Heading into June with two chapters to complete before the end of the month, I realized that I had to move past the second to the last chapter and write my last chapter first. I did it, though I'm still feeling dread about circling back to the final unwritten chapter. 19 days to go before my July 1 deadline!
I have just one month to go, with one and a half chapters left to write. The finish line is in sight!
I can’t remember ever having done a post that stemmed from being fed up, but that’s exactly what’s prompting this month’s newsletter. In the past several months I’ve been on more than a few webinars and teleseminars in which coaches and authors are claiming to have the secrets to being a bestseller, or even claiming that their books are bestsellers.…
Still on track, barely! Copegus
My writing update---about repurposing content and how that's keeping me on track this month during these very busy times!
It’s not possible to write a post that expresses the mixed emotions I feel as I prepare to leave Seal Press at the end of this month and strike out on my own to grow Warner Coaching. I am thrilled and ready, eager and proud, and sad and nostalgic all at once. Seal has given me more than I ever…
I'm two months in and 8,000 words shy of my goal. However, I'm feeling strong about what I have accomplished, and I have a couple interesting insights to share. viagra
On March 8, I participated in a roundtable discussion with Linda Joy Myers, President of the National Association of Memoir Writers, on the topic of techniques to get unstuck and into flow. If you’re interested in hearing more, you can listen to the archive here: Among the many tips and ideas we discussed—from the value of creating an outline to…
What are they? 1. Use subheads. 2. Get comfortable in the role of expert, teacher, or guide. 3. Be relatable. 4. Write like you talk. 5. Encourage your reader. READ THE LONG VERSION HERE. Thanks for following!
It's Brooke's writing update! http://youtu.be/PHgbtHW-sCc