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Afraid of judgment? Yeah, me too

Afraid of judgment? Yeah, me too

Writing a book can bring up all sorts of mental gunk. It requires you put yourself out there and, in doing so, you might realize you’re afraid of judgement. You’re worried about being criticized for your ideas, your message, or the way you present yourself. It’s normal to feel afraid of what people will think when you write a book. And I recently experienced this in a different way.  Read more…

How to know if you’re ready to write a book

How to know if you’re ready to write a book

Should you write your book right now? How do you know if you’re ready to write your book? What should you do if you are—or aren’t—going to get serious about this book thing? And how can you be totally cool with your decision, whatever it is? Here are three questions to help you know if you’re ready to write your book now, and some advice on what to do next. Read more…

How do you work with a ghostwriter?

How do you work with a ghostwriter?

Ghostwriting is a mysterious world! But we’re lifting the veil and talking about the actual ins and outs of how to work with a ghostwriter to write a non-fiction book for your business. What does the writer do? What do you do? How do you work with a ghostwriter?

What does a ghostwriter do?

What does a ghostwriter do?

If you’re looking into writing a non-fiction book, you may have come across the term ghostwriting. It’s pretty common—some research says 50% of best-selling non-fiction books are ghostwritten. But if you’re like most people who aren’t in the industry, you might wonder what a ghostwriter does. We’re going to clear that up!