I am so thrilled you are joining me for this ride!


Spend the next 30-days with me working on the first draft of your book.


Complete a 33,000 manuscript in 30 days (1,100 words per day)!


Below you will find our past tips!


Tip 1—Using the Pomodoro Method to understand how many words you can write in one hour

Tip 2—Give yourself permission to write a bad first draft

Tip 3—Tell people you are writing a book

Tip 4—Find your writing routine

Tip 5—Find an accountability buddy

Tip 6—Write for ONE person

Tip 7—Create a Story Timeline to Organize Your Thoughts

Tip 8—Turn Off Spelling and Grammar Check

Tip 9—Talk To Yourself Out Loud

Tip 10—Have a Friend Interview You

Tip 11—Write Your Introduction Last

Tip 12—Write Where You Feel Inspired

Tip 13—Managing Your Emotions and Fatigue

Tip 14—There’s More to a Book Than Just Writing

Tip 15—Write In Your Unique Voice



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How many times have you been told you should write a book?

With each passing day, does the urge to tell your story get stronger and stronger?

Are you worried that you can’t possibly find the time to actually sit down and write your book?

Well, guess what?

You can do this!

All you need is a system—a process—a way to put one foot in front of the other.

In this guide you will find our top 30 tips on from mindset to writing to marketing, to help you get started on your book, today!

If you are still looking for help after reading this guide contact us at [email protected]

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