Overcomers: How to Get Published
Nobody really knows what you’ve been through. But they see how strong you are, what you’ve endured, and what you’ve lost. You’re a survivor, an overcomer, not by choice, but by necessity. And now that you’re over the hump, you can write a memoir and reach back and offer a helping hand to those who are still at the bottom of the pit.
You can write a book that will change lives,
save lives, and transform society.
If you’re an overcomer, we’re a good match. You can be the one to give a grip to someone who may not survive without your help.
You’re the only one who has your story. You’re the only one who can do it.
Personal Book Coaching
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Resources for Overcomers
4 Different Styles of Writing for Nonfiction Books
How to choose between different types of writing styles for your nonfiction book. Before you put pen to paper for your nonfiction book, you need to know the different styles of writing used for nonfiction and pick the style that best suits your project. When we say...
Process Makes Perfect: 15-Year Writing Slump Vanquished, Thanks To The Book Professor®
The Germination of a Book In any business, marketing your services is critical, and in 2007, Rem Jackson created Top Practices—a company that helps podiatrists market their services. To teach them how to understand the foundations of marketing, Rem developed a rubric...
How to Write for Men or Women (or Both!)
Write a book that resonates with your audience, whether male or female. Many aspiring writers have questions about how to write a book for men vs. women. Should authors employ a different style or voice for men than they would for women? Will an author have more...