Publishing deal or not, if you have a book in you, you’ve got work to do. It looks easy and glam from the outside but we can tell you this: it’s not.
Maybe you know this. Perhaps you don’t (those author movies are rarely accurate – they either portray a writer as a frustrated jerk who can’t seem to get it right or some lucky sort who manages to churn out books and newspaper columns while downing Cosmopolitans with their buddies every day).
Writing is real work. And, like any work, it requires great discipline. There are no shortcuts when you’re trying to complete the next great metaphysical book.
If you’re ready to get cracking on your book, whether it’s your first or fiftieth, you need strategies so you can get it done, make your deadlines, and create a book that makes you proud.
In the latest Talking Shop, we’re chatting all getting your book done, from idea to finished product. You’re going to learn all about our writerly habits so that you can get your book done with as little stress as possible (it still requires grit though, friends).
In this power hour, we’ll discuss:
- Good writing habits
- How to lay it out
- Writing your book by hand – or using programs like Scrivener
- First drafts
- Writing a book while running a business and managing a family
- Ambitious goals
- The biggest mistake you’ll want to avoid (learn from our errors!)
If you’re ready to make your idea a real book, you’ll want to check this one out for real. Listen in:
Listen in + learn:
Theresa and Bri
© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2019