Write That EBook

This book will show you have to live the writing dream that's necessary, not just for you but for every person who needs to read your book.LEARN:: How to Create and Sustain a Consistent Writing Habit No Matter How Busy You Are You've been ...

Author: Kassandra Vaughn


ISBN: 1793379181


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DISCOVER:: How to Turn the Fear of Writing Your Book into the Courage to Give Your Readers What They Need That book you've been wanting to write, meaning to write, longing to write... But can't seem to write? Yup, it's on your mind but it isn't built into your life. What can you do to turn the fear of writing into the joy of publishing success? How can you get from talking about writing a book to taking massive writing action and completing your first book? What if, instead of wishing for writing success, you were spending every day creating it? You can turn the fear of writing your first book into the joy of sharing your message with the readers who desperately need to hear it. Your writing breakthrough is in this book and what you're going to learn is how to transform your writing fears into unlimited writing courage in a way that powerfully restructures how you think about yourself as a writer and how you spend your time as an author. It doesn't have to be hard. This book will show you have to live the writing dream that's necessary, not just for you but for every person who needs to read your book.LEARN:: How to Create and Sustain a Consistent Writing Habit No Matter How Busy You Are You've been wanting to write a book for a very long time. Anybody who REALLY knows you has heard you talk about it endlessly. But you've been afraid. The key to transforming your writing fears into writing action lies in knowing how to create a doable, sustainable daily writing habit. But first you have to deal with the mindset mechanics that are keeping you from evening thinking that a daily writing habit is possible. In the book, "Write That eBook: 25 Ways to Overcome the Fear and Write Your First Book", I show you how to stop selling your writing talent short, how to own the power of your message, and how to easily build a daily writing habit into your life NO MATTER what your current daily schedule looks like. You were born to write, meant to write, and you're called to write. Learn how to use the desire to manifest the dream. DOWNLOAD:: Write That eBook: 25 Ways to Overcome the Fear and Write Your First Book "Write Your eBook: 25 Ways to Overcome the Fear and Write Your First eBook" provides you with the tips, tools and strategies that you'll need to turn your fear into fuel and get your book written. In the book, you'll learn: *The 6 reasons you need to write your book NOW *The 4 major fears related to your writing and how to overcome them *A 3 step process that will move you from "wanting" to write to taking daily massive writing action *25 strategies you can use to overcome the fear of writing your first book You can write this book. You were meant to share this message. Your readers need you now. Let's get down to it! Would You Like To Know More?Download now to learn how to turn your fear into massive daily writing action. Scroll to the top of the page and select the buy now button.

Nine Day Novel Authorphobia

This ... is not one of those books. Are you ready for some reality? This book will: Help you laugh at your fear of the word "suck." Introduce you to the "Goldberg the Goalie" technique for fear-busting.

Author: Steve Windsor

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1514140977


Page: 190

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Can't take the first step in becoming an author? Afraid you'll suck at writing? Have you ever... Heard that little voice inside your head, whispering that your writing sucked? Simply felt too terrified to start writing? Had the wind knocked out of your sails-been critiqued by a "well-meaning" person and - decided that they were right and gave up? Read and read motivational books on writing only to end up more fearful afterward? Compared yourself to "successful" writers and decided that you'll never measure up? If so, congratulations! You're a writer! And I'll tell you what no other motivational mushery book about becoming an author will tell you-in the beginning... We all sucked when we first started. I'll tell you a little secret. All those authors you want to be just like? The "Stephen Kings" and the "Nora Roberts" the... The list of successful entrepreneur authors is endless. But you know what? When they started, the first sentence each one of those authors you want to be wrote ... sucked. The only difference between them and you? The successful authors overcame their fear of writing! I used to be a yearning and scared-to-death wannabe author. I'm assuming that if you're reading the book description of a book called Authorphobia, chances are high you're looking for a little bit of writer inspiration and motivation like I was-you may be having a little fear of failure about becoming a writer. But all the motivational "la la" books never spoke to my writing soul ... so I'm doing what I always do, writing a book to fill that void. The best way to overcome your fear of writing? Let me suggest that before you read another tired book that starts out with "FEAR is just False Expectations Appearing Real," you embrace the one thing that will crush your writer fear faster than anything I know-humor. Learning to Laugh Fear in the Face My goal with this book was to get down and dirty with your fears and expose the naked truth of them-show them for what they are. Common, communicable if you're not careful, controllable, and ultimately conquerable using the one thing that human beings have relied to survive dark nights in the forest of our irrational fears. Nervous, naughty, sometimes a little nasty, and necessarily sarcastic wit. This is not your grandma's writing inspiration book. At the publication of this book, there are at least a dozen "Author quote, 'authorpreneur', get over your fear, there-there Johnny or Sally, everything will be okay, hand-holding" books you could read that'll have you convinced in no time that all this author stuff is easy-peasy lemon squeezy. This ... is not one of those books. Are you ready for some reality? This book will: Help you laugh at your fear of the word "suck." Introduce you to the "Goldberg the Goalie" technique for fear-busting. Give you some of the best old-dead-author quotes you'll ever read. Show you tons of "suck-busters" to help you start writing. Poke fun at just about every sacred cow of writing I could think of. And best of all-reveal my super-secret "fear of bad reviewers" cure-all. (hint: it involves chicken blood) Sometimes an ice-cold bucket of sarcastic suck smackdown is just what the doctor ordered to shock you out of a drunken stupor of fear. Luckily, this bucket of blood of a book is so full of suck-busting smackdown that you may never be afraid to write again. If you've had enough of your sucking fear getting the best of you and you'd like to turn the tables on it once and for all, scroll up and click the BUY button at the top of this page! You have nothing to lose, but your fear of sucking writing.

Fear Truth Writing

I write here about an easy way of overcoming fear: writing to ourselves about ourselves. I still believe that changes in consciousness are crucial ones—ones ...

Author: Alison Leigh Brown

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780791497746

Category: Philosophy

Page: 145

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This book describes and examines the fear of exposure one faces when creating for cultural consumption. Examining the work of Cixous, Foucault, Irigaray, Spinoza, Hegel, Hakim Bey, Heidegger, Kathy Acker, Derrida, and Kierkegaard, the author finds spaces where fear and anxiety give way to connection and community.

Writing Your Life History A Journey of Self discovery

The fear of writing comes from the false belief that the writing is so bad that no one would want to read it including the writer. However, most new writers ...

Author: Hilda K. Ross, Ph.D.

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781483449029

Category: Biography & Autobiography


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This manual provides valuable tools such as the Life Framework, techniques for organizing your material, a reading list, memory prodders, and the writing hints that have been deemed worthy of special mention by the students. Hilda states: “My interest in working with the Life History stems from many years of professional involvement with the older people. Clearly the Life History helped them recall their abilities in surmounting great difficulties, providing a strong foundation for getting on with life with renewed vigor and enthusiasm. A completed Life History gives the writer grand rewards: an enthusiasm for getting on with life, a document for living for the next generations, and for your family and friends, an opportunity to know who you are.”

A Student s Writing Guide

First of all, it is as well to be aware that this fear of writing is very widespread, and not only amongst students. The novelist Joseph Conrad describes ...

Author: Gordon Taylor

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 113947796X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


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Are you struggling to meet your coursework deadlines? Finding it hard to get to grips with your essay topics? Does your writing sometimes lack structure and style? Would you like to improve your grades? This text covers everything a student needs to know about writing essays and papers in the humanities and social sciences. Starting from the common difficulties students face, it gives practical examples of all the stages necessary to produce a good piece of academic work: • interpreting assignment topics • drawing on your own experience and background • reading analytically and taking efficient notes • developing your argument through introductions, middles and conclusions • evaluating and using online resources • understanding the conventions of academic culture • honing your ideas into clear, vigorous English. This book will provide you with all the tools and insights you need to write confident, convincing essays and coursework papers.

Heritage Writing

CONQUERING THE FEAR OF WRITING : Chapter 5 : Believing that I can write ow we come to the actual Fear - Fighting tactics . Here are some possible scenarios ...

Author: Marie Thérèse Gass


ISBN: 0965181642

Category: Autobiography

Page: 188

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Collaborative Writing Playbook

An atmosphere of trust is important because students report a variety of fears about writing—whether they're writing individually or in teams—that add up to ...

Author: Joe Moses

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781643172408

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 167

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Collaborative Writing Playbook: An Instructor’s Guide to Designing Writing Projects for Student Teams supports writing across the curriculum by helping instructors overcome a key obstacle to assigning writing: the workload. The Playbook is for instructors who would assign more writing in their courses if they could create meaningful assignments that complement course goals. The Playbook is for instructors who would assign collaborative writing if they could account for individual contributions to collaboratively written content and use assessment criteria consistent with course learning objectives. Instructors can overcome the workload obstacles by identifying five learning objectives that writing and course content have in common: discipline-specific objectives for critical thinking, research, synthesis, genre/structure, and editing/peer review. By aligning writing objectives with course learning objectives, instructors can design writing projects, tasks, and peer review roles that support rather than distract from course content. Including collaborative writing throughout a course makes meaningful collaboration much easier to achieve than making collaboration a temporary activity, which can disrupt everyone’s productivity. Joe Moses and Jason Tham present ideas for small and large activities that help instructors introduce collaboration at a pace that makes sense for them and sustains meaningful learning throughout a course. Designed to support instructors who want to include writing-to-learn opportunities for their students, COLLABORATIVE WRITING PLAYBOOK has several unique features: • Practical tools for planning and promoting productive teamwork. • Roles for collaborative writing teammates that complement course-specific learning objectives. • Structured activities designed specifically to support teammate interdependence and accountability. • Templates for team charters, team planning, goal setting, and task coordination. • A versatile, five-part structure—defined by instructors according to their preferences—for designing and evaluating team projects.

Writing For Academic Journals

Many acknowledge that their hatred and fear of writing surfaced in grade school and gathered momentum through high school, reaching a paralyzing peak in the ...

Author: Murray, Rowena

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335263028

Category: Education

Page: 239

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This book unravels the process of writing academic papers. It tells readers what good papers look like and how they can be written.

Use Your Words

This is the magic pill you’ve been looking for. In Use Your Words writer and comedian Catherine Deveny reveals the secrets that have made her ‘Gunnas’ Writing Masterclasses sell-out successes around the country.

Author: Catherine Deveny

Publisher: Black Inc.

ISBN: 9781863958349

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 256

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Want to write? Got a memoir, novel, screenplay or blog in your back drawer? Need to get ‘unstuck’? This is the magic pill you’ve been looking for. In Use Your Words writer and comedian Catherine Deveny reveals the secrets that have made her ‘Gunnas’ Writing Masterclasses sell-out successes around the country. With humour and passion, she explains the struggles all writers face and reveals how to overcome them. Whether you’re already published or just starting out, writing for others or purely for self-expression, Use Your Words has the tips, tricks, techniques and honest truths to get you writing. You’ll learn how creativity is like a vending machine, how writing is like a magnet and how not to die with your light inside you. Wait no longer – smash through procrastination and fear and get those words on the page. ‘Everyone has a book in them. Before you write yours, however, read this. It’s brilliant. The world will thank you.’ —Clare Bowditch ‘Finally the truth about writing! Buy this book if you want to get the job done.’ —Chrissie Swan ‘An insightful, funny, honest how-to, go-do, firecracker-up-you bible for the emerging and established author alike. Buy it, read it, and WRITE.’ —Maxine Beneba Clarke ‘Catherine Deveny’s no-nonsense attitude and comedic genius make learning fun. If you’ve always wanted to write but never thought you could, banish those thoughts right now.’ —Clementine Ford ‘As practical and profane as the woman who wrote it.’ —Benjamin Law ‘The most readable book on writing ever written.’ —Dee Madigan

Writing Alone and with Others

Writing is talking. It is hunkering down around the cave fire at night and telling about the day. And however it may be disguised, fear is close to the ...

Author: Pat Schneider

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780195165739

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 390

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For more than a quarter of a century, Pat Schneider has helped writers find and liberate their true voices. Now, Schneider's acclaimed methods are made available in a single well-organized and highly readable volume.

Coach Yourself to Writing Success

Boost Motivation, Increase Creativity and Achieve Your Writing Goals Bekki Hill ... A FINAL WORD ABOUT FEAR Getting our writing out there can be a scary ...

Author: Bekki Hill

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444145731

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 224

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You know how to woo publishers. You know how to write. But do you know how to overcome the things that prevent you being published? This book is the first personal coach for writers. If you write, whether professionally, for fun, or with dreams of doing both, it will help you to change your relationship with your writing, to be more motivated, to be more creative, less challenged and, ultimately, to be more successful. It will help you create strong strategies to ensure you succeed and will address such timeless writing challenges as writers' block, lack of time and even rejection.

Writing Students

Shaughnessy notes that many of the features of Basic Writing are “familiar” to her audience, and fear of failure figures high on her list (“Basic Writing” ...

Author: Marguerite H. Helmers

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438406398

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 171

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This is a book about the usual teacher-student relationship in composition courses. It disrupts and rewrites the commonplace conception of the relationship by revealing the uneven ways in which power is deployed in and around the classroom. And it offers a responsible alternative. The author not only offers teachers a way of learning about power relations at their own specific sites, but also works towards a more equitable redistribution. Drawing from testimonials about teaching practice published in the journal College Composition and Communication, Helmers explores conventions in this form of writing that portray students in a negative light and show the teacher to be powerfully triumphant in his or her creative pedagogy. Several prevalent modes of representation are discussed in the book, all of which define the students as distinctly different from the teachers, in other words, as an other. The texture of the work is rich because Helmers takes an enormous amount of post-structuralist theory and recasts it in the sphere of the teacher-student relationship, itself an underexplored realm.

Writing Latin

However, fears usually do refer to the future. Fears for the past follow the same construction, using the perfect or pluperfect subjunctive according to ...

Author: James Morwood

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472502780

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 192

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A completely new guide to writing Latin from scratch, this user-friendly book includes key features such as: broad coverage - all the major grammatical constructions of the Latin language are covered, reinforcing what students have learnt from reading Latin; thorough accessible explanations - no previous experience of writing in Latin assumed; hundreds of examples - clear accurate illustrations of the constructions described, all with full translations; over six hundred practice sentences - graduated exercises leading students through three levels of difficulty from elementary to advanced level; introduction to Latin word order - a brief guide to some of the most important principles; and, longer passages for practising continuous prose composition - more challenging passages to stretch the most able students. It also includes features such as: commentaries on examples of Latin prose style - passages from great Latin prose writers focus attention on imitating real Latin usage; and, complete list of vocabulary - all the words needed for the exercises and a valuable reference for English-Latin work in general.

D M Modern Paragraph Writing Senior Level

Fear is never in isolation. It always exists in relationship whenever our relationship with nature, ideas, persons come into conflict, is not properly ...

Author: Rewa Bhasin

Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9789350833469



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The Best Buddhist Writing 2012

A warrior is always on a journey, and a main feature of that journey is fear. This fear is not simply something to be lamented, avoided, or vanquished.

Author: Melvin McLeod

Publisher: Shambhala Publications

ISBN: 9780834828056

Category: Religion

Page: 336

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A treasury of the most notable, profound, and thought-provoking Buddhist-inspired writing published in the last year. The Best Buddhist Writing 2012 includes: • His Holiness the Dalai Lama on cultivating a universal ethic of kindness • Sharon Salzberg on getting your meditation practice started • Pema Chödrön on how to smile at fear • The Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi on analyzing global problems through the lens of traditional Buddhist teachings • Bruce Rich on the enlightened model of government of the Buddhist monarch King Ashoka • Thich Nhat Hanh on fidelity in loving relationships • Michael A. Stusser’s determined—and hilarious—effort to speak—and tweet—no evil • Norman Fischer on a new and more open understanding of language • Barry Boyce’s fascinating survey of the life and teachings of the late Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche • Michael Stone and David Loy on the basic questions raised by the Occupy Wall Street movement • Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche’s explanation of the meditation practice of kusulu, the pinnacle of simplicity and relaxation • Nancy Baker on the powerful and useful energy behind anger • Diane Ackerman on living with her beloved husband’s Alzheimer’s disease • Yangzom Brauen’s moving account of her grandmother and mother’s escape from Tibet following the Chinese invasion • And much more

Writing the Lives of Writers

HERMIONE LEE FEAR IS THE SPUR I was once doing a crossword puzzle with some friends and read out the clue: '-is the spur'. One of us said, immediately, ...

Author: Warwick Gould

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349265480

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 328

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Writing the Lives of Writers ponders that strange ventriloquized dialogue between biographers and their subjects, a dialogue all the stranger when the subject is a writer. It contains 22 essays by internationally distinguished scholars and biographers including Martin C. Battestin, Isobel Grundy, John Haffenden, Hermione Lee, Lawrence Lipking, Ray Monk, Hazel Rowley, Max Saunders, Martin Stannard and John Worthen. They tackle the lives of Chaucer, Tyndale, More, Fielding and Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Wordsworth, Henry James, Ford Madox Ford, Yeats, Lawrence, Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf, Malcolm Lowry, F.R. Leavis, Richard Wright and Brian Penton.

Everything You Wanted to Know about Freelance Writing

The twin fears hold so many writers (and others) back. Fear offailure is easy to define. It's the fear that you will do something, like market your writing ...

Author: Paul Lima

Publisher: Paul Lima

ISBN: 9780986563096

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 306

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"Everything You Wanted To Know About Freelance Writing" combines two popular business of freelance writing books: "Business of Freelance Writing: How to Develop Article Ideas and Sell Them to Newspapers and Magazines" and "The Six-Figure Freelancer: How to Find, Price and Manage Corporate Writing Assignments." "How to Develop Article Ideas and Sell Them to Newspapers and Magazines" shows you how to develop article ideas, write query letters, pitch your ideas to the right editor at the right publications, and follow up on your queries. It outlines everything you need to know to negotiate the sale of your work with editors who say "yes" to your ideas. It also reveals how to conduct effective interviews and shows you a variety of ways to write article leads. Focusing on writing material for businesses, associations, government agencies, non-profits and other organizations, "The Six Figure Freelancer" demonstrates how to plan and market your way to freelance writing success in the lucrative corporate market. Review: "One of the best things I have purchased for my business (not counting my computer) is Paul Lima's book Everything You Wanted to Know About Freelance Writing, which is actually two books in one. I highly recommend this book for new freelance writers, to give them an idea of how to get started in freelance writing, and for seasoned veterans, because the tips in the book might trigger ideas that can have a positive impact on business..."

Women Writing Nature

Fear wells up in my esophagus like half-regurgitated food. I freeze. An animal instinct of camouflage, as if I could be invisible. So as not to be heard, ...

Author: Barbara Cook

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739162620

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 152

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Women Writing Nature addresses the question, 'Do women write about nature differently?' In the process, the collection considers women's writings about the natural world in light of recent and current feminist and ecofeminist theory.

Writing Motivation Research Measurement and Pedagogy

(2016), they reported using eight-item and six-item writing anxiety scales, ... covering four dimensions of writing anxiety: a) fear of writing — testing ...

Author: Muhammad M. M. Abdel Latif

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000258066

Category: Education

Page: 192

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This book provides a unique reference and comprehensive overview of the issues pertinent to conceptualizing, measuring, researching and nurturing writing motivation. Abdel Latif covers these theoretical, practical and research issues by drawing on the literature related to the eight main constructs of writing motivation: writing apprehension, attitude, anxiety, self-efficacy, self-concept, learning goals, perceived value of writing and motivational regulation. Specifically, the book covers the historical research developments of the field, the measures of the main writing motivation constructs, the correlates and sources of writing motivation, and profiles of motivated and demotivated writers. The book also describes the types of the instructional research of writing motivation, provides pedagogical guidelines and procedures for motivating students to write, and presents suggestions for advancing writing motivation research, measurement and pedagogy. Detailed, up-to-date, and with a glossary which includes definitions of the main terms used in the six chapters, this book will be of great interest to academics, researchers and post-graduate students in the fields of language education, applied linguistics, psycholinguistics and educational psychology.