The Book Professor helps aspiring authors create non-fiction books
that change lives, save lives, and transform society.
Work with the our nonfiction book publishing consultants to learn how to publish a book that will
establish you as an expert in your field, build your credibility, and attract a following.
Through one-on-one coaching, group executive training and self-paced online
writing classes, aspiring writers learn how to structure their book,
how to publish a book, and how to promote it for success.
Do you want to accelerate and intensify the process of writing your book? One-to-one coaching is the route for you.
If you want to know how to write a book and consider yourself a self-starter, our Self-Paced class is for you!
Nancy was truly my BOOK PROFESSOR! She served too many roles to count, from editor and book coach, to teacher and drill sergeant, to publisher and cheerleader. I could not have done this without her! Thanks for guiding me every step of the way.
I worked with Nancy Baumann, The Book Professor, on a one-to-one basis. Nancy is a great coach! She taught me how to develop a strong foundation for a series of children books that I have been working on for a long time. I’ve had the desire to write a series, but never knew what direction to go or exactly where to begin. Nancy helped me pull it all together, and I now have a plan to focus on to make my books a reality. There’s a lot of work to do, but I can see that my goals are achievable.
Working with Nancy on a one-to-one basis has given me focus and confidence.The time that we spent directly discussing certain aspects of the focus of my book was invaluable. The intent of my conference with Nancy was too funnel the broadness of my thoughts and intentions with my book, however, Nancy's insight helped me to recognize other critical aspects that I had missed; most specifically my target audience. Her guidance in this matter is critical to the success of the book. She is easy to talk to, yet direct. It is refreshing to work with someone who is comfortable enough with themselves to offer honest yet sincere feedback. Feedback that contributes to my growth but that doesn’t make me feel like an idiot. You are amazing Nancy! Thank you for being you.
by Nancy Baumann Erickson, The Book Professor Do you ever feel like the world has gone mad? We have so many problems, and they are so complicated that it’s hard to even define them anymore, much less solve them. We know that top-down, organizational approaches rarely fix anything and, in some cases, they make matters30Read More
When you’re looking for your next read, how do you shop? I don’t know about you, but one of the first things I do is to ask my friends for recommendations. They can’t all know my exacting tastes in the books that I read, but when I hear glowing reviews or repeat recommendations among my friends,30Read More
You probably have a book inside of you and you/re thinking, “I’m not a writer, I can’t do this.” Well, let me tell you something; this is something that I have discovered. People who write nonfiction are not writers. They’re what I call “livers.” They’ve lived through something; they’ve been through something, learned something, discovered something, developed something,30Read More
When you first learn about writing your book, it’s important to realize that it’s a large project. It’s not something you’re going to accomplish overnight. And you know the key to large projects, don’t you? You have to break them down into tiny little steps. Have you ever heard anyone say, “How do you eat30Read More
The Independent Publishing market is strong and vibrant, and as a result, a whole slew of providers for author services have emerged, which can leave authors confused about where to turn to for help. And you do need help. You need to turn your manuscript into a polished, professional product and get it out of30Read More
By Nancy Baumann, The Book Professor When writing nonfiction, there are three steps that come before you actually sit down to write that will strengthen and clarify your message. 1. What’s the Purpose? An article is not the same as a blog, is not the same as a web page. Each end product has it’s30Read More