Teleseminar: Protect the Writing: What Not to Do When Starting a Book

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March 28, 2011
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Protect the Writing: What Not to Do When Starting a Book

Join Beth Barany on her monthly free teleseminars …

This month I will discuss the how to protect the writing and what not to do when starting a book.

Do you ever come to start of the book with tons of enthusiasm then peter out as you start the writing? I have! The idea of the book is so fun and easy, but the implementation requires real work. {Groan!} I’ve written five novels, am working on my sixth, and have written hundreds of articles and two nonfiction books and edited nearly a dozen client books. Whew!

I have some tips on what to do and not to do to make sure the writing gets down and done and how we protect that precious time when we’re ramping up into a book.

In this teleseminar, you’ll:
— Uncover your secret staying power, your “super power”
— Discover your Writer’s Archetype
— Get clear on your Enemies and Allies for your writing

Writing our books is an adventure! But we need to be prepared for the journey! Find out how!

Come get the support and tools you need on your Writer’s Adventure.

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Thank you,
We Write Books Community

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