There are SO MANY PEOPLE out there with big book ideas.
I know because as soon as I tell someone I've written a book, 50% of the immediate responses are, "Oh yeah? I have a book idea."
And that's great.
But honestly? They usually don't do anything with it. Besides talk.
And you're more than a talker, aren't you? It's why you're here. You don't only dream—you DO.
So I started to wonder why that might be. Decided to ask a few people. Began conversations with a few more. And finally one day it became clear...most people have NO IDEA where to begin!
Personally, I've crafted eleven novels. And I have plans for a lot more. Either way, I'd like to think that—at the very least—I have the knowledge required to give people a starting point.
Which is why I created my TOTALLY FREE course, "But I Wanna Be A Writer."
Look—the information in this course is NOT rocket science. Chances are you CAN find it almost anywhere on the internet.
But...and I cannot stress this enough...most of you don't know what in the gopher teeth you're searching for.
Which is probably why you start looking for advice only to find yourself sucked into a gossip column filled with meaningless celebrity gossip and OH MY GOD has it been three hours?!
This course TOTALLY ELIMINATES that search issue. Here's what you get:
Find out the one thing you have to do before you get started if you really want to be successful.
Be "in the know" about where most people drop out of the writing process—and learn how to avoid this sand pit.
Learn the #1, #2, and #3 pieces of advice that would have saved me SO MUCH TIME in the process—if only I'd known them before I started writing.
I believe that writing your book should be an exciting time! Filled with creative a-ha moments that have you giggling maniacally to yourself as you click away at your keyboard, the story pouring out of your brain onto paper.
So get REAL advice from someone who has been there in the recent past. It's all knowledge based on what I had to figure out the hard way. And while some lessons are better learned in that headspace—this one isn't. Because it's art—and art by its very definition is an expression of creative human skill.
Creativity, woman! Not frustration and heartache and drinking yourself into a depressed stupor.