What is a Foreword, Anyway?

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] What make and model of car is this? If you are any sort of…

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How to Find the Perfect Editor for Your Book

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] You can find editors all over the place. For instance, most universities have a…

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The Difference Between Editing and Proofreading (And Why You Probably Need Both)

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] Have you ever watched Iron Chef America? It is a Food Network show, and…

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How to Successfully Carry Out the Trees Revision

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] Have you completed the Forest Revision? Great. Time to land the plane and chop…

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The Two Stages of Revising

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] Have you ever heard the phrase, “He could not see the forest for the…

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The 1 Key to Actually Finish Your Book

Treat writing your book like a trip to the South Pole. We took a writing retreat to record this book’s content. However, we had the benefit of prior experience. Many first-time authors would be overwhelmed and burn out if they tried to do nothing but write for an entire day. The alternative is to spend time…

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How to Create Content without Feeling Overwhelmed

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] The process of speaking your book may still feel overwhelming to you. Prevent that…

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Why You Should Never Write Your Book

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] As president of a publishing company, I am the last person you would expect…

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How to Gain Book-Writing Momentum

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] Remember the Brain Dump? This is about another dump, the Content Dump. Why use…

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8 Tips for Finding Your Perfect Title

[Author’s Note: This article is part of a series of posts drawn from our latest book, Book Writing Boot Camp. You will learn the publishing process from A to Z, with everything you need to know to author your own book.] To conclude our discussion of titles, here is a list of rapid-fire tips. Be…

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