The content clock method for planning content is something I sketched out when I was planning and organizing a year’s worth of guest blog posts I’m writing to place on DesireJesus.com. As far as I can tell, I invented the method. Here it is. Please use it if it helps you. What is a content […]
Two ways to niche The concept that there is more than one way to niche throws some people. I’ve discovered two ways to niche (there may be more) and would like to share them with you. Horizontal niching is offering something to a wide variety of people. Shallow horizontal niching is offering one very specific […]
This book won’t win any awards for Best Actor or Best Animated Short Film, but it will help you figure out how to use punctuation properly in your writing. Just click the image to find out what you need to know to decide whether or not you want to invest a few dollars so you […]
This is for my readers and subscribers who know they have at least one nonfiction book inside of them. Just click the image to check it out!
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Project Management for Writers by Terry Stafford is the book that authors and aspiring writers everywhere need, whether they’ve been aware of that fact or not. Writing a book is quite an undertaking. There are several stages that each have multiple steps in them. Most book projects also have more than one person involved in […]
The book outline workshop information is both in and below the video. The best way to start writing your nonfiction book or blog is with a good outline. An outline comes out of your experience and research, with good organization. There is a quick and effective way to conduct the research that will help […]
Hello, my friend. I know you’ve been busy, and it hasn’t been easy for us to keep up with each other lately. That’s why I made this page for you, to let you know what I’m doing these days. I moved to ConvertKit for the email series I send out. It’s now focused on nonfiction […]
“Choose your own adventure” books were all the rage when some of us were in school. The books disappeared from the book fair carts and library shelves as quickly as they were loaded. I personally found them to be fabulous in theory and not always so hot in the execution. Still, they were popular, and […]
Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy. Just click the (affiliate link) image to see the book on Amazon. Get more done with this approach! There’s an old saying that if the first thing you do each morning is eat a live frog, […]