Find the focus, energy, and drive you need to startand finishyour book
Everyone has dreamed of writing a book, but so many start writing only to stall out due to writers block, mental fatigue, and other challenges. Write-A-Thon helps you overcome those stumbling blocks and complete your book once and for all. And you dont have to type away for years on end. Heres a plan thatll help you write your bookin twenty-six days!
Write-A-Thon gives you the tools, advice, and inspiration you need to succeed before, during, and after your writing race. Solid instruction, positive psychology, and inspiration from marathon runners will give you the momentum to take each step from here to the finish line.
- Start out well prepared: Learn how to train your attitude, your writing, and your lifeand plan your novel or nonfiction book.
- Maintain your pace: Get advice and inspiration to stay motivated and keep writing.
- Bask in your accomplishment: Find the best ways to recover and move forward once the marathon is over and you have a completed manuscript in hand.
Writing a book in twenty-six days may seem impossibleespecially if you dont write full timebut in Write-A-Thon
, Rochelle Melander will teach you the life skills, performance techniques, and writing tools you need to finish your manuscript in less than a monthguaranteed!
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Rochelle Melander, the Write Now! Coach, is the author of 10 books, a certified professional coach, and a popular speaker. Melander teaches professionals how to write fast, get published, establish credibility, and navigate the new world of social media. Rochelle wrote her first book at age 7 (still unpublished) and has been writing fast ever since. Write-A-Thon: How to Write a Book in 26 Days (and Live to Tell About It) was written in 26 days during National Novel Writing Month in 2009. But Rochelle can write faster than that-she and a friend wrote a book in just nine days. In 2006, Rochelle founded Dream Keepers Creative Writing Workshop, a program that teaches writing to at-risk tweens and teens in the inner city. Rochelle Melander is a member of the International Coach Federation and the American Society for Journalists and Authors. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her husband, the writer Harold Eppley, and their two children.Visit her online at writenowcoach.com