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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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When Do You Know Your Book Is Done?

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Most authors probably wish they had a gauge of some kind to stick into the pages to tell them when their book is done. It’s not just new, inexperienced writers who have that wish. Most published authors I’ve posed the question to say the same thing.

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Teacher Appreciation Week May 8-May 12th: “Teachers Deliver”

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Teacher Appreciation week is very important to me. As a professional book coach, writer, and former collegiate professor, I will forever be grateful to the teachers who ignited my love for all things “books.” I’ve always had an interest in reading and excelled in writing as a youngster, but it was my teachers who kept me motivated to pursue my dreams.

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