Are you ready to get your book written… and into people’s lives? Then consider a Non-Fiction Book Writing Coach.
Through book writing coaching, I can show you how to write, structure, self-publish and profit from your book.
You’ve got a message to share. You may even have a draft partway done, but it just doesn’t seem to be coming along. You’re stuck. Or you know the book’s theme, but don’t know where to start with the writing and structuring. If this applies, then consider a book writing coach.
A book coach is someone who has written many books before, researched target reader-fit, found what works and so can help guide your progress. Constant feedback guides you to become a stronger writer.
First, Jen helps with a way to plan the book (called ‘outlining’)… but nothing complicated! Then, after seeing your writing, your book writing coach gives feedback on voice, language used, book structure, and keeping to the agreed theme.
Since your publishing and writing mentor is also an editor, this has its benefits. With feedback, you’ll soon understand how to tighten up your writing and choose the best analogies, allusions, case studies, quotes, and references.
Included in the full package are self-publishing lessons (info on formatting, distribution, eBooks, costs, library supply, legalities, and ISBNs) — plus more customised advice.
In packages, you’ll get special access codes to Book Creation Success – online course. This self-publishing course can empower you with knowledge to retain your publishing independence. Don’t let the assistant self-publishing companies have their big profits!
So who is Jennifer Lancaster?
I’ve been an editor of many different styles of books in the non-fiction space, including health, success, self-development, psychology. I’ve written books about money/finance, marketing, and freelancing. I have also done complex book typesetting and uploaded many books for print on demand, Kindle Direct, and Smashwords.
Avid reader of around 200 self-help, health books, marketing, writing, and personal finance books. Observing what works in other books helps me to advise authors.
After graduating, I worked in copywriting and digital marketing for small businesses.
I prefer to ‘teach a person to fish’ rather than to fish for them, so that the new author can go on to write and edit another ten books.