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Episode 8 – Writing Voice: How To Wri​te With Your Personal Flavor and Style

Do you think that writing in gramatically correct English all the time is boring? 

So do most people! 🙂

But there certainly is a way to write properly and still infuse it with your own personal flavor and style, especially if you are looking to appeal to specific types of audiences. 

In this video, I break down exactly how you can have the best of both worlds.

Do you have a piece of writing that shows off your fun and fantastic writer’s voice? Share it with me in the comments.

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Episode 7 – Writer’s Voice: What Is It and Why Yours Isn’t Lost

Do you want to make sure your book “sounds like you?”

That will come down to how you express your “writer’s voice.

But what exactly is writer’s voice? And how do you uncover yours? 

Those are subjects I tackle in today’s video. (HINT: Your voice isn’t lost so there’s no need to go find it!)

What is your expereince with writer’s voice? What do you do to uncover yours and ensure your written work has your personal stamp? Share with me in the comments.

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Episode 6 – Writer’s Voice: The Difference Between Speaking and Writing

Have you ever felt that what you were writing didn’t have your “voice?”

It seemed to lack your personality or style?

Or maybe your felt it didn’t “sound like you?”

In today’s video, I share what most people mean when they talk about “writer’s voice” and highlight a common pitfall you should be aware of.

What do you think about writer’s voice? Let me know in the comments.

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Episode 5 – What I’m Reading – “The One Thing”

Have you ever read a book that changed your life?

Are you hungry to write a book that has the power to transform your reader’s lives?

That’s what I chat about in today’s episode and I share my thoughts about the book that I’m currently reading: The One Thing by Gary Keller.

Have you read The One Thing? What were your thoughts?

What are your tips for creating excellent results? Share with me in the comments.

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Episode 4 – What is #WriteYourBookTips?

If you’ve watched any of my recent videos, I’m sure you’ve heard me say “#WriteYourBookTips at least 3 times in each one!

But what exactly do I mean by that? What is “#WriteYourBookTips?”

In episode 4 of The WriteYourBookTips daily show, I explain. “Write Your Book Tips” has 5 differerent meanings. 

Here they are!

Have you searched for #WriteYourBookTips on your favorite social media platform yet? Did you enjoy what you found? 

Let me know in the comments.

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Episode 3 – Why Authors Must Also Be Marketers

Many first time self-published authors focus mostly on completing their manuscript. 

Beyond planning a book launch, they falsely assume book sales will continuously pour in. 

In this video, I share why it’s important for authors to have a marketing mindset.

Are you preparing to self-publish a book? What questions do you have about the process? Share in the comments and I’ll answer!

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Episode 2 – How Long Should It Take To Write A Book?

I’m often chatting with professionals who want to write and self-publish a book that attracts new clients and business opportunities for themselves or their business. 

One question that comes up a lot in conversation is, “How long should I take to write my book?”

It’s a valid question since, presumably, they quicker your book is available to the public, the quicker you’ll start having an impact on them and seeing the benefits in your business. 

I have some thoughts on this time frame issue: two main ones, to be precise. 

Warning… you might not like my first answer! Check it out in this video.

What do you think? Do you agree with my position on how long it should take to write a book? Let’s discuss in the comment section.

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Episode 1 – How To Stay Focused When Writing Your Book

Do you want to write a book that attracts new clients and business opportunities… 

Only thing is it’s stuck in “neutral?” Or wrose… it’s stuck in “park?”

In Episode #1 of The #WriteYourBookTips Daily Show, I share 4 tips to help you stay focused all the way through writing the last word of your manuscript!

What are some of your tips for staying focused while writing a long project? What do you think of the tips I shared? 

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!