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Your Story Is The Greatest Asset You Have
People from every walk of like feel they have a story but don’t know how to package them for the public. Some are frustrated with life because they haven’t moved from saying they want to write a book to actually doing it.
Writers often struggle with time management because of their busy schedules.
They wonder if their story is worth the risk of exposing the ones who caused the pain; and fear often keeps them from experiencing the freedom that comes from releasing it.
For many people, untold stories lay dormant in their hearts. They’ve failed to move beyond the obstacles, thus resulting in unfulfilled purposes and dreams.
Can you relate? Do these scenarios sound a lot like your own experience?
Do you find yourself struggling with telling your story because you worry about the critics and naysayers? Do you struggle with finding the time to compose the message God wants you to deliver?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, I want you to know you’re not alone.
I was just like you. I had a story but didn’t know how to craft it so that it stood out from the rest. I struggled with the ideal of sharing my truth and wondered if people would read it. I knew what I wanted to say but didn’t feel I had the skills it took to take the ideas from my mind and put it on paper. I didn’t have anyone to teach me what it meant to be an author or anyone to walk alone side me as I learned through trial and error.
What I learned early in the process was that I needed to find my own audience, create my own voice, and do the research it took to publish my book. I learned how to craft my stories that my readers could identify with, enjoy and talk about to other readers.
Today, I am the author of eleven books, and I speak to many people. My years of applying my own principles has earned me the best-seller status as well as a two-time, award-winning author in three genres: Christian Fiction, Christian Non-Fiction and Children.
Imagine speaking to hundreds of women… just like you. You have a story and it’s exactly what your audience not only needs but it’s the story that will catapult them to their next level. Believe me, your story is the solution to someone’s pain.
Imagine teaching the principles you’ve learned and securing more speaking engagements and seeing an increase in book sales.
Imagine working with other authors, leaders, and visionaries, who are changing people’s lives. This can be yours, no matter your story or where you are in the writing process, and my proven 1:1 coaching program is for you.
Let’s see if were a fit!
I needed a writing coach and God nudged me along through his vessel, Paulette Harper.
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ANTHOLOGY INTEREST CALLS FOR 2022!
Do you have a passion to share your story?
Being part of an anthology is a great way to gain exposure for your brand, network, gain speaking and additional media opportunities, as well as become a bestselling author and you only have to worry about writing one chapter!!
Intrigued? Here are some benefits to participating in an anthology:
- It’s less overwhelming. Writing a chapter for an anthology means that you do not have to write a full manuscript – instead, you’re writing one chapter that is usually 1,000 to 2,500 words. What a great opportunity to refine your writing process on a much smaller scale, without being responsible for producing a full manuscript of your own!
- An anthology can be a powerful marketing tool. It offers great branding, expands your influence, and increases your visibility as an expert for entrepreneurs. Your visibility is multiplied as you’re being included in various visibility opportunities such as press releases, interviews, and other spotlights. Co-authors can get increased publicity every time the other contributors promote the book. You expand your network as your co-authors become a part of your marketing team and you, theirs.
- You can narrow your focus to the writing, leaving the burden of publishing to the compiler. In general, the barrier to entry is often much less than that of writing your book. You may even be able to repurpose previously written works with just a few minor tweaks.
Virtual Book Tours
If you’re looking for a way to get your book in front of a huge new audience of targeted book buyers, then a virtual book tour is for you. You’ll connect with potential customers, develop relationships with key influencers and get exposure that your book deserves.
Virtual book tours are a powerful way to get massive exposure for you and your book. Here are just a few of the many ways that virtual book tours benefit authors:
You’ll have the potential to sell books not only during the tour, but afterward too. Most tour content stays online forever and can continue to bring website traffic and book sales long after the tour ends.
You have the chance to interact directly with readers and potential customers through blog comments, questions during interviews, and social media chats.
It’s a great opportunity to develop relationships with key influencers in your field or genre. And when others host you on their blog or show, there is an implied endorsement that enhances your own author platform.
Potential book buyers following the tour can sample your work and share it with others through their social networks, multiplying your exposure.