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ASP 75: A Beginner’s Guide to Co-Authoring a Book

“I don’t know about you, but I’m wired for networking and co-laboring. I love team-work and prefer joint projects over flying solo.” – Frank Viola Steve and Barrie talk about co-authoring and how it works. Most authors spend a lot of time writing by themselves. Co-authoring is a great way to share the workload and […]

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How To Find Your Peak Writing State In 3 Simple Steps

Do you struggle to come up with “words” when you sit down to write? Sadly, this is something that happens to most authors.  We schedule a session, get our butt in the chair, but then end up feeling frustrated because we can’t think of what to write. Fortunately, there is a quick fix to this. […]

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10 Elements Of A Good Nonfiction Book

A good nonfiction book has many elements that make it a valuable learning experience for readers so they can engage proactively with the content. As an authority in your field, you want to be sure your nonfiction book is written with the key components that make it “wow” readers and keep them coming back for […]

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