I had the honor of being interviewed last week on The Lora Shipman Show and during the podcast, we talked all about taking your blogs to a book. Here’s what Lora shared.
Have you ever wanted to write a book but just didn’t know how to get started? Or, what if you have a bunch of content that you knew would be great to put together in a book but weren’t sure how to link it all together? You are in for a treat! Listen in on my latest podcast episode as I speak with writer, editor, and storyteller Deborah Kevin.
This episode is FULL of incredible information, especially if writing a book is on your bucket list. Check out what we dive into and don’t miss the AWESOME freebie at the end of the podcast.
Editing is one area in which many authors fail. They either edit the book themselves, get a friend to do it, or—worst of all—publish their first draft. YIKES! We don’t want that for you. This guide will help you figure out what kind of editor you need to make your work shine.
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