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How to Write a Book!

Writing a book is NOT easy! Many dream of writing their own novel, but often end up never following through. Fear, self-rejection, lack of motivation are just some reasons why writers fail before they even begin. Jessica and James hope by sharing their top 10 best tips for how to write a book, you will succeed.

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  1. Hey Jessica and James you guys are the bomb! I love your workshops, please continue with them. I have learned so much from your presentations. In the near future, I will drop a query to you in hopes that you will want to see more.

    By all means, please continue to do these types of presentations. Hope to get to meet you in person one day.

    Sir, Frederick Minner

  2. When I decided to become a writer rejection is a part of the game. Nothing has slowed my zeal for writing Ian only getting better. Discipline is what is needed with a healthy dose of getting it done.

  3. I write everyday. I work long hours in a Critical Infrastructure Service Facility. Manufacture parts for medical companies, aerospace and nuclear reactors. I write and text myself. Dropped my phone two weeks ago into a piece of dangerous machinery. Lost a lot of my manuscripts. Fortunately I had transferred SOME to my computer. Don’t have time for social media or writing groups. My comparative titles aren’t contemporary. I read books that I’ve always wanted to read, not ones that fit into that three to five year category. My main genre is character driven literary saga. Based on actual events. I’m hooked on your videos. Pseudonyms was my favorite. Deleted all my social media after watching that one. Need a buffer between my writing aspirations and my personal life. Current events have hit home hard. I need my job and FMLA to care for loved ones with compromised immune systems. I have one finished manuscript and four in the works. You keep me optimistic. Hopefully not delusionally so.

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