Are you looking for tips on writing a book? In this book, I share strategies on how to write a book from outline to finish line. My focus is on writing nonfiction books because I have personally written 35+ nonfiction books and have developed a system that works for me.
There are literally endless possibilities for the books you can write and publish. I look forward to helping you move forward so you can finish writing and publishing your nonfiction book.
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Learn these 10 strategies to outline your book AND 3 ways to write your book so you can cross the finish line to publish your nonfiction book.
|Publisher:||Body and Soul Publishing|
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About the Author
Shelley Hitz is an award-winning and international best-selling author. However, she gives all the glory to God for what He is doing through her life. As she likes to say, “God is the author, I am simply the pen.” Shelley has been ministering alongside her husband, CJ, since 1998 and her main passion is to share God’s truth and the freedom in Christ she has found with others. She does this through her books, websites and speaking engagements. She is also the co-owner of BodyandSoulPublishing.com where she shares free Christian books on her blog, owner of Self-Publishing-Coach.com where she helps authors get published and noticed and co-founder of CrossReads.com where Christian readers and authors meet. The main reason Shelley writes and publishes Christian books is to share her testimony, use the gift of teaching God has given her and bring glory to God. Ironically, she never dreamed of being a published author and English was one of her worst subjects in school growing up. However, God is now using her weaknesses for His strength to impact many for eternity (2 Corinthians 12:9). She is humbled and amazed that He chooses to use her and her life goal is to keep her eyes fixed on Christ, the author and finisher of our faith (Hebrews 12:1-2). Shelley’s openness and vulnerability as she shares her own story of hope and healing through her books will inspire and encourage you.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was very helpful, and I will be using Shelley's methods to help me write my first book. I won my first writing contest when I was in 7th grade (similar to Shelley), and I also write blog posts. But, after spending time discovering what I should be doing with my life, I felt like I should use my own experiences with mental health to write my first book. I've asked God to show me His will for my life, and I feel this is at least part of it. I know I can help people. I also really appreciate Shelley for sharing her expertise with us, and it's nice that she shared it for free. I've truly been trying my best to pray for the things that God knows will help me, and I really feel this book is one of them. Thank you Shelley, and God bless!
Author Shelley Hitz tells how it took her a year to write her first book, and a week to write her most recent one. To be honest, that doesn’t encourage me to spend my hours reading it. But this short book on writing non-fiction ebooks is filled with encouraging, practical, simple and helpful suggestions. So perhaps the author’s method really works. Perhaps having read it, I should give it a try. If you’ve been dreaming of writing non-fiction, perhaps you should do. And if your dreams tend more toward fiction, you’ll find suggestions that are just as helpful with that venture here. Do you have time to write? Do you make time? What will you give up, because with giving up a few hours of something, you’ll never find those few hours a day for your book? The author asks these questions with encouraging comments and wise suggestions. Do you know what you know? Write stuff down, she says, and find out; then consider what your readers want to know. Do you have a plan? Where did you put your notes? And have you ever tried speaking what you want to say? How to write a book is short, neat, practical, sensible, readable, and even fun. And it’s highly recommended. Disclosure: I learned it was being offered free, so here I am writing a review instead of writing my next book.