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first-time authors

Book Publishing Blunders of First-Time Authors

Author, book publishing expert, and coach Judith Briles (AKA The Book Shepherd) joined our February #BBchat Twitter Chat to discuss book publishing blunders for first-time authors.
Amazon keywords

Finding Your Amazon Keywords

Shelley Hitz, author coach, business strategist, and Christian entrepreneur, joined our #BBchat Twitter chat about how to find your Amazon keywords.
working with a ghostwriter

Working With a Ghostwriter

Ginny Carter, business book ghostwriter, book writing coach, and author, joined our May Twitter chat to talk about being and working with a ghostwriter.
making an audio book

A Step-By-Step Guide To Making An Audio Book Using ACX

Making an audio book using Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX) is a great way to stand out in a competitive market. Offering eBooks, audio books, and physical books boosts your professional image and increases your sales opportunities.

Working As A Ghostwriter

Why would someone hire a ghostwriter? For one thing, it might be the difference between an idea floating around an author's head and an actual book being published.
speak your book

How to speak your book into existence

As a book coach and ghostwriter, I’ve never met a budding author who wanted to write their book slowly. What a surprise, eh? It’s understandable: when you’ve got the bit between your teeth, and especially when you’re working to a deadline like NaNoWriMo, speed is of the essence.
writer's apathy

How To Write When You’re Not In The Mood – 7 Remedies For Writer’s...

It can happen to anyone, even the best writers in the world. It's those times when you know you should be writing your book or your blog, but you just can't get yourself motivated. You just don’t feel like it. Cleaning the toilet or mowing the lawn seem like more attractive uses of your time. First thing: don't panic. Writer's apathy is completely normal. You’re not alone and you’re in very successful company. But you don’t want this to carry on forever, otherwise, nothing ever gets written, does it?


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