I thought I was strong. After all, I meditate, make time to relax and rejuvenate and generally look after myself. I surround myself with people who are positive and spiritual. And I don’t watch the news. With all of these things I still find fear creeping into my thoughts and my visions of the future. Sometimes I don’t realize it’s there until I wonder why I am crying and fretful. I live in a place
Charlie Taylor Talks about Twigs and facing her fears around publishing her new book Farewell to Faerie Forest. Charlie Taylor As with most authors, Charlie takes her book and her characters to heart and there’s always the fear of rejection when putting those characters out into the brick-and-morter world.
How to deal with the fear of writing and publishing your book. Imposter Syndrome As a recently published author, Annabelle Beckwith talks about her fears and how she faced her terror barrier. She offers great suggestions for dealing with and overcoming the fear of putting your creativity out into the world.
Even though it will live on forever (presumably) every book should have a sales page ready for its launch date. Ideally your book’s sales page should attract visitors and entice them to buy. Here are the elements to include on your book’s sales page: 1. A strong benefits-driven headline to make the reader want to know more. This is not the title of your book. This is about the benefits a reader will get
Facing your fear of writing or publishing your book “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid but he who conquers that fear.” ~ Nelson Mandela You truly must believe that what you are writing is going to help others! The subject of your book is unimportant in that it can be fiction, or non-fiction about self-help,