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Learn How to Write a Nonfiction Book

Nonfiction book coach Nancy Erickson, known as The Book Professor, helps aspiring authors write nonfiction books that change lives, save lives, and transform society. Work with a nonfiction book consultant to learn how to write and publish a book that will establish you as an expert in your field, build your credibility, and attract a following.

Through her editing services, group book writing classes for executives, and nonfiction group book coaching, Nancy guides aspiring writers in how to write a book, how to structure your book, how to publish a nonfiction book, and how to promote your book for success – all in less than one year.

If you’re not a writer, don’t worry. You don’t have to have one sentence written, and you do not have to be a professional writer to publish a powerful nonfiction book. You need to simply have an idea – and the commitment to see the process through.

 
 

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