As writers across the country are taking part in NaNoWriMo, do you wonder if you could do it too? You know, write that book you’ve always been thinking about? It’s a huge undertaking, not to be taken lightly. But it can be incredibly rewarding too. In my experience helping hundreds of writers become authors, here are the considerations for if and how to start writing that book of yours.
Glass Box Project
My research on non-fiction authors is almost complete! The results have provided a lot of insight into how non-fiction authors view their business.
I’m considering building an online course to help writers produce good work and build an audience at the same time. Here’s the working outline—what do you think?
Author Advisor and Content Strategist Michael Boezi pulls back the curtain on his business, Control Mouse Media, and finds the sweet spot of his venture.
Advisor and Content Strategist Michael Boezi pulls back the curtain on his business, Control Mouse Media, and redefines his ideal customer profile.
I was interviewed on the Meet Education Project, talking about why a content strategy is so important in today’s world (and for whom), how to get started for yourself, and some of the common mistakes that people make.
Your blog can be the starting point for a book project. Here’s how to start the process.
A content strategy is important to authors. I discuss why in an interview with Chris Well of DIY Author.
Begin your book project with a simple content audit. Follow along with The Glass Box Project, a “live” book project designed to help non-fiction authors.
Articulating your goals up front helps inform your decisions throughout the project. From The Glass Box Project, a “live” book project designed to help today’s authors think like entrepreneurs.