You just pressed the Publish button and then realized there are mistakes in your book. Oops. What now? In this article we cover high-level approaches to addressing errors, for both traditional publishing and self-publishing.
Writing is a creative process with inevitable ups and downs–including getting stuck down in the muck. Try these 7 tips for getting unstuck.
If this is your year to write a book, three simple mindset tricks can help—because writing is as much a mental game as a butt-in-chair game.
Getting feedback on your writing is one of the best ways to improve it. Need convincing? Read about the benefits & follow these tips for warming up to what could be a game changer for you.
What’s the best piece of writing advice you may ever receive? The definitive response to “How can I be a better writer”? Here’s the best answer ever.
To keep your readers’ attention, look at your book with the mindset of removing any “friction,” whether in language, design, or emotion. This post also examines ways to ferret out hidden friction that can prevent readers from engaging with your book.
When writing a book feels overwhelming, try writing in small steps. Leverage your existing content development plans to make progress toward your ultimate (increasingly attainable) goal.
Creating books is one of the ways I’ve found joy this year, giving me 3 priceless rewards. How have you found your joy? And what’s next for you? Will it be creating a book?
A few words of encouragement: Writing a book is more than a project—it’s a personal growth effort. It might be uncomfortable, but hang in there—the transformation is coming.
Sometimes the writing process is easy; sometimes, not so much. Does it matter to the reader what your writing process is like? Learn why waiting to feel inspired before you write doesn’t really work.
In this 45-minute One Word Conversation, William Brown and I talk about the word “discover”—what we are in search of and what we want or fear to find. We touch on some surprisingly weighty writing issues: voice, procrastination, process, avoidance, and more.
There are times that call for hard work, and even overwork. Understanding these implications that overwork has for your writing helps you limit negative impacts.