Tell YOUR Story and Get a Free Coaching Session
Posted by sharon on Oct 23, 2019
I am so excited about my new online course for beginning faith-based authors who want to share their stories and inspire others!
Completing the course represents an important check mark on my list of goals. I know that many of my followers are not writers, but I hope that you, too, have checked off a goal or two since our last encounter. Have you? If so, email me with your achievement. I would love to pray with you (virtually) for the fruit of your work to multiply.
I finally completed the course by making it a priority over other daily tasks. I've been hosting writing workshops for years, but needed to reach a broader audience. I believe in the importance of telling others our heartfelt stories. I believe in telling people how God has worked in our lives. And, when we are called to write books about our experiences, I also believe in presenting those books as professionally and effectively, as possible. Many beginning writers need help but don't know where to turn.
In comes Inspire Others Through Your Story. Please check it out if you've considered writing a book about your experience to encourage people.
The course includes 10 video lectures that touch on wide-ranging content crucial for new writers, such as basic definitions, copyright law, story themes and morals, and current trends for e-book and print book sales, among an array of other content. But the course does more than just relay information. It also equips and empowers you with tools to take action and finish your book. You'll learn to: convey God's grace in telling your story, lay a spiritual foundation for your work, identify your target audience, organize your story, decide whether to self-publish or use a traditional publisher, build a following, and create an action plan to complete your book. A printable 34-page workbook includes engaging questions, writing assignments, and space for lecture notes to enhance your learning and writing journey.
In the meantime, don't forget to email me with your latest achievement!
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