by Angela Lauria September 11, 2014
These 10 women found the time to finish their books in just 3 months. They’ll tell you how they did it. And you can do it too!
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ― Maya Angelou
There are as many reasons to write a book as there are unique human experiences.
If you’ve ever been through something that changed you, helped you grow, brought you a fresh perspective that made the rest of your life easier, you’ve got a book in you.
If you’ve ever had a dream, either in the dead of night or wide-eyed and drifting in broad daylight, you’ve got a story in you that should be told.
Yet writing a book is considered one of the hardest things anyone can do.
“I don’t have the time.”“I don’t know where to start.”“Even if I finished, what do I do with it then?”“I won’t be good enough.”
“I’m worried that if I start, it will just become yet another unfinished project.”
Are you ready to lose your excuses and vanquish your fears? Then take an hour out of your day and join me for a teleseminar where I will teach you the steps you need to know to unleash your inner author and put a check mark in the box next to “write a book” on your personal to-do list.
The call is Friday, September 12th at 10:00am ET.
You do not need to be in Washington DC to participate.
On this call, you’ll learn the exact steps you’ll need to know to get your book finished in just 3 months, even if you don’t know exactly what your book is about. Specifically I’ll teach you:
- How to guarantee you’ll finish your book
- How to make—and guard—the time you’ll need to write
- How to pick the right categories and keywords to ensure your book is found—and bought—on one of the most powerful and democratizing publishing tools known to man: Amazon.com’s Kindle platform
- How to make sure your book will have the best cover to lure prospective readers
- How to come up with perfect blockbuster title for your book
- What to look for—and how to work with—an editor
And it won’t just be me yapping at you—you’ll hear from ten authors who have accomplished all of the above—many of whom started, finished, and published their first books in just 13 weeks. You’ll hear about their books and their journey to getting published.
September 12th: Meet these new Difference Press authors and learn directly from them how they got their books written, published and promoted. Plus you’ll learn about their new books and get special offers and the chance to win great prizes!
10:45 AM: Still amazed to be an adult, Nicole Skuba has managed to center her life around raising her two small sons and being true to her family (including husband and friends). She resides in Leesburg, Virginia where she co-owns a marketing agency. Happiest near the water, Nicole spends her free hours plotting her next escape, writing, and staring at the ceiling. Under the pseudonym Nicole Pouchet, Nicole has written two romance novels, both part of her Elemental Myths paranormal romance series. Layla’s Gale, A Paranormal Romance won second prize in the 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest.
11:30 AM: Tracy A Weiss is an author, Life Coach, speaker, and artist. Her life’s mission is to make a difference in the world by increasing hope, health, and happiness. Tracy has a master’s degree in counseling and is a Martha Beck trained Life Coach. Tracy has a passion for helping others. Her life experience and education qualify her as an expert in healthy living.
12:15 PM: Jackie McDaniels’ involvement in elder care began in the early 90s as a caregiver to her in-laws and later to her mother. The knowledge she shares comes not from a degree in nursing or social work but from her first hand experiences of spending countless hours in the hospital learning how to navigate the often overwhelming environment of a hospital while watching over those she loves. She lives in beautiful north Idaho with her husband.
1:00 PM: Lisa Culhane is a Martha Beck Certified Life Coach, Author, and Motivational Speaker who inspires ideas, audiences and change. When not coaching, writing or speaking Lisa can be found blogging about gratitude, cooking a vegetarian meal, researching her next adventure or enjoying time with her children. Lisa lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband, two children and dog.
1:45 PM: Martha Weber grew up with a passion for books. She has taught university and authored academic papers, but her favorite activity is to curl up with a good novel. A close second is writing. Her book “Is it Them, or is it Me?” was written after weathering five family deaths in two years, and the family dynamics that went with it. Martha lives nestled in the Canadian Rockies with her husband, a puppy and three cats.
2:30 PM: Michelle Dobbins is the Amazon best-selling author of Personal Alchemy, a spiritual alchemist, & reiki master who shares true stories of magic, creation and love in every-day life. She adores reading, writing, meditating, homeschooling her four children, and supporting people to transform their lives using love and joy. Oh, and chocolate. Lots of chocolate.
3:15 PM: As a Speech Designer, Dr. Michelle Mazur guides introverted business professionals and entrepreneurs to ignite the fires within them so they can speak up, speak out, and make their impact—one compelling presentation at a time. Her passion is helping smart people get their ideas communicated to the people who need to hear it most. She resides in Seattle, Washington with her loving fiancé.
4:00 PM: Kate Woodland is a trainer, human resource consultant and executive coach. She is the founder Fish Recruiting and Hire and Retain. With 20 years experience in recruiting, human resources and executive coaching Kate is passionate in helping businesses adapt and prosper in a time when true talent is scarce. Born in the UK Kate now lives in Australia.
4:45 PM: Thilan Legierse is passionate about empowering people to transform conflict into constructive communication. This passion is a direct result of her professional experience as a legal officer assisting in war crimes prosecutions, a human rights investigator, a barrister and an HR manager. She is founder and director of Win-Win Matters, a company specializing in workplace and cross-cultural mediation, conflict coaching and training.
If you have ever started a book and didn’t finish, or if you’ve been sitting on an idea—or several—that you thought would make a good book, now is the time to do something about it. I promise you, if you follow the steps I outline in this call, you’ll finish your book—in just 3 months.
One of the simple ideas I present on this call may be the thing to jerk you forward into the full light of your next book or project. This free call is my thank you for being a part of the movement to change the world—and I will never charge for it. If you register, I’ll send you a recording of the call, and I’ll post it on my website so you can always download it later.
Looking forward to seeing you on the call!