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Writing for Change and Justice

Writing for Change and Justice

If you’re reading this newsletter, it means you’re a writer interested in helping transform, uplift and inspire others to live more joyful, fulfilling and service-oriented lives. So I’m pretty certain you care about basic human rights. For everyone. You probably also...

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How These 5 Editing Types Take Your Book from Good to Great

How These 5 Editing Types Take Your Book from Good to Great

Readers hold a high standard for books because of the expectations set by traditional publishers. That means that whether you’re going the self-publishing or traditional publishing route, you need to meet the current market standard. We all know traditional houses...

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How a Book Coach Can Help You Finish Your Book

How a Book Coach Can Help You Finish Your Book

I’ve been posting a lot of content on social media lately (haven’t seen it? follow me on Facebook or Instagram) that’s focused on one thing: Writing inspiration. Reminding you not only that you can write this book, but that you have to write it! If you have a book...

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Journaling Ideas That Will Make You a Better Writer

Journaling Ideas That Will Make You a Better Writer

I was scrolling through my feed on Instagram when I came across a picture of a pile of journals by bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert. In the caption she wrote: “The journals of 2019. My companions, my teachers. Each book is a handprint in time that says: ‘I was...

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How to Write a Book: 12 Tips For Aspiring Authors

How to Write a Book: 12 Tips For Aspiring Authors

It's a new year and a good time to reflect and create a new path, using writing as a tool. As writers everywhere are frantically pressing toward finishing their works in progress and fretting over whether their book babies will ever get to the book shelves and reader...

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