Category: The Writing Life

So, You Want to Write a Book • Resources

Reprise from Part 1: If your family and friends are correct, and you have a book worth writing, you are out of reasons, obstacles, doubts, and excuses for not writing it. Every author once felt as you do, so you

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JK Rowling: A Twenty-first Century Cinderella

Imagine this scenario: You have wanted to be a writer since you were a child. You wrote your first book when you were six—a story about a rabbit—and at eleven, your first novel about seven cursed diamonds and the people

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The Magic of Your Muse is a Myth

You sit down to write, but you’re not inspired. You’ve done everything you can think of to put it off as you wait for your muse to show herself, but she is not making an appearance today. Who can be

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About Bobbi Linkemer

Bobbi Linkemer Biography, Published Books, Clients’ Books PO Box 440237 • St. Louis, MO 63144 bobbi@writeanonfictionbook.com 314-968-8661 Bobbi Linkemer is a writing coach, ghostwriter, editor, as well as the author of twenty-four books under her own name. Her passion is

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So, You Want to Write a Book • Getting Help

Your friends and family insist you have the greatest story ever, and you absolutely must write a book about your life. It is sure to be (fill in the blank) inspirational, motivational, educational, influential, insightful, entertaining, funny, yet poignant, not

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