Write That Book!

Join me for my course, “Write that Book!” I’m offering on May 9 that will give you a step-by-step process on how to write a book about your life, starting from the blank page to a published book and how to use it to make additional income.

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If you’ve ever said any of these to yourself, then this course is for you:

  • “I want to write a book about my life so my children and grandchildren will know our history.”
  • “I’ve been through so much, and I know I can help other people overcome their problems by telling my story.”
  • “My life is a movie, and once I tell everyone my story, I know I’ll be rich and famous.”

Even though we know we have a $1 million story inside of us, once we open our notebooks and computers to start writing, we’re faced with The Blank Page.

Some call it “writer’s block,” but it’s really fear and self-doubt kicking in. We’re afraid to write the wrong thing and we judge ourselves to the point where we stop writing, if we’ve even started at all.

Days, weeks, months and years go by, and we haven’t made much progress. Our dream of becoming an author becomes a thing of the past or a thing that will happen “one day.”

Too many times, in my own family I’ve seen people put things off for “one day” becomes never. They die before they achieve their goal or life throws a curve ball at them and they are no longer physically able to write the book. I’ve seen it time and time again.

“The graveyard is the richest place on earth, because it is here that you will find all the hopes and dreams that were never fulfilled, the books that were never written, the songs that were never sung, the inventions that were never shared, the cures that were never discovered, all because someone was too afraid to take that first step, keep with the problem, or determined to carry out their dream.” – Les Brown, public speaker

If you don’t write your book, you’ll:

  • miss out on opportunities to make more money
  • leave people hanging – the people that need to know how you survived your story
  • miss out on meeting new people who are attached to the level-up version of you and can catapult your career to new places

Lots of people have asked me how to write books because I’ve written my own memoir, “Processing Pain.” I’ve monetized my stories through my blog and by writing national award winning columns recognized by the National Association of Black Journalists and the Society of Professional Journalists. I will show you how I did in this course, but I’ll save you the time and energy of getting bachelors and masters degrees in journalism, like I did.

Don’t let this be you. Register for “Write that Book!” and you’ll learn how to:

  • defeat ‘The Blank Page”
  • carve out time to write
  • organize your words into a book that flows
  • edit your book
  • publish, distribute and market your book

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Stop staring at The Blank Page alone. Stop leaving money and opportunities on the table. Don’t let someone else write your story for you. No one can tell your story like you can.

Register for this course, let me help you finish your book, sell your book for additional profit, and watch speaking opportunities come in. Watch as people start to look at you like a thought leader. Leave a legacy for your children, their children and their children.

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Have you ever seen someone miss out on a blessing because they couldn’t get over a past hurt?

That was me, and then I started sharing my deepest darkest hurts and embarassments on social media and this blog.
Through this experience, I’ve learned to let go of grudges that I was holdng onto for years and to forgive myself of some of what were my biggest regrets in life.

Now I am helping others to do the same. In January, I started a Processing Pain journaling group.

I got a small group of women together and we wrote about our most painful experiences, using a series of questions to guide us.

We shared our experiences. We laughed. We cried. We said, “That happened to me too!” We encouraged each other. We prayed for each other. We uplifted each other throughout the week. And each week, we became freer.

Each week we became more available to recognize and receive all of the amazing things that life has to offer us.

If you’d like to sign up for the Processing Pain Workshop, email processingpain@gmail.com.