How to Keep Writing Your Book
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Do you struggle to write your book? Do you delete endless stories, because you’re too frustrated to continue anymore? Do you ever want to quit writing? How to Keep Writing Your Book will address these questions. If you need encouraged in your dream of being an author, need helpful tips, or an uplifting read, then you are holding the right book.
This book will make you feel good about going after your dream Confession time: I've been a writer for close to two decades. I even made a living at it for at least half that time. That said, I've had my fair share of setbacks, disappointments and challenges along the way (and they continue to this day). The wisdom inside this book is timeless and applies to all writers no matter how far along they might be on their journey.This high-energy self-help guide serves as an effective road map as we journey toward our goals and dreams. Natasha manages to inject the book with positive energy, humanity, humor and encouragement. By revealing her own story,. An informative/funny look into the world of book writing and indie publishing "How to Keep Writing" is a semi-autobiographical view into the muddy world of independent (indie) author book writing and publishing. It is very informative and downright funny at times. Author Natasha House's quick wit and willingness to poke fun at just about anything, including herself, provides an entertaining overview of the ups and downs of independent writing/publishing. It is a must read for any current, or future indie writer. As an indie author, I found myself nodding my head and laughing aloud at the details of Natasha's personal experiences. I also very much felt her pain a. Like me tamara It is so nice to get advice from someone who is in the process of making a dream happen. Successful people make the mistake of making it sound so easy. They forget about the hard work that goes with it. Thanks for taking the time to make us feel comfortable during an uncomfortable process.