4 Author Myths Exposed: Myth #3
Writing a book is an amazing accomplishment. Yet, you may be feeling like you don't have anything to say that hasn't already been said. I've been there, too, friend. That's why I enlisted the help of the lovely Alisha Nicole of The Alisha Nicole to join us today and give us some tips.
For those of you who don't know, Alisha actually helped me get my start in biz last December. What you also may not know is that she is the author of The Blogpreneur, which is THE go-to guide to help you turn your blog into a profitable business.
Watch the interview below to learn more about how Alisha helps creatives, as well as her experience as she wrote The Blogpreneur. She'll also reveal her advice for aspiring authors who feel their book has already been written.
Don't have time to watch the full interview? Check out some of the highlights below:
- Alisha is a clarity coach, product creator and author.
- Alisha experienced her own hardships while writing her book, but successfully pushed past those difficulties.
- Alisha believes that what sets your book apart from others is your collection of experiences.
- Regardless of how many other authors or business owners there are in the world, your story is meant to touch a specific group of people.
You can keep up-to-date with Alisha by checking out her site, thealishanicole.com or by following her on social media @thealishanicole.
Now that you know you, too, can share your story, I invite you to join me live on Sunday, July 3rd at 3 p.m. for a virtual workshop. I'll be teaching you how to take that incredible book idea of yours (or help you generate ideas) and actually turn it into a manuscript. This interactive workshop is perfect for people who are ready to let go of fear, and are ready to take the necessary steps to write and self-publish their first non-fiction book. I can't wait to "see" you there!
*Blog photo courtesy of Alisha Nicole.