In this webinar, Danielle Baird and Heather Doyle Fraser give you a play-by-play behind the scenes view of what it looked like to work together on Heather’s recent book 40 Weeks: A Daily Journey of Inspiration and Abundance.
This week, Danielle Baird and Heather Doyle Fraser will be talking about the power of community when you are writing your book. Books are born out of communities and authors thrive in these communities as well. Writing is a solitary endeavor, but you don’t have to do it all alone. In the 8th webinar of…Read More
Today is a different era in publishing. The gatekeepers are gone. No longer are you held to a traditional publishing company’s agenda, niche, whim, or financial needs. Today you can choose to self-publish, but there are so many choices and so many ways to do that — and the differences are in the details. In…Read More
You are a prolific writer — you post on social media every day and you also write a blog. At some point you realize that you have a lot of content and maybe it’s time to write a book, but where do you start? You have so much content? How do you make sense of…Read More
Bo Arnold, author of the forthcoming book Mood, Food & Gratitude joins Heather Doyle Fraser and Danielle Baird to discuss what it’s like to have the support of a creative development editor and coach during the writing process of her new book. In this webinar we’ll be talking about: Creating a book that works with your…Read More
You have your book blueprint… It’s beautiful, it makes sense, it flows with ease, it shares your message and your heart. Now what? In this webinar, you’ll learn: How to set yourself up for success by designing your perfect writing practice. (It’s different for everyone.) How to fill in the next layer of your book…Read More
In this webinar, Heather Doyle Fraser and I discussed: How to create an outline that works for your book and your thinking and writing style How to create an outline after you’ve written some of your content (blog to book anyone?) How an outline can free your frenzied mind and give you space to be…Read More
Are readers getting lazier? Or just more demanding? The Internet gives consumers options. If you visit a website and can’t quickly find what you’re looking for, you’re going to leave and look elsewhere. It doesn’t mean you’re lazy. It means you demand well-written, well-organized content. It’s egotistical for a writer to expect you to try…Read More