In today’s episode, Lauren responds to all of your questions about what it takes to write a book.
Whether it’s self-doubt, fear, or lack of training, writing a book is something we’re all capable of!
Some of the most popular questions you guys asked her were:
Can I write a book? Do I have time to actually write a book? Do I need to have formal training? Listen until the end and find out the exciting news Lauren’s bringing on her Write Your Friggin’ Book Already™ program!
If you need inspiration to finally start writing your book, check out episode 24 where Lauren interviews a few of her students. Determined, real people who found the time to write and are now happy to call themselves book authors.
Still unsure you can do this? Check out episode 23 on Writing a Book During a Pandemic with Paige Baschuk. Paige is the perfect example of how joining a writing book can help your writing career get started regardless of your life situation.
Thank you so much for tuning in today! We want to know who you are and where you’ve been! Come hang out with Lauren in the Writers Squad Facebook group and over on Instagram @laurenmariefleming. We can’t wait to chat with you there!
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
-Lauren knows we all need simplicity right now, so she’s made sure her Write Your Frigging Book Already™ program is even more digestible. Check it out HERE!
-Need help jumpstarting your writing routine? Check out the Write More Challenge. And all it takes is 10 minutes a day for 10 days.
Book recommendation of the week:
On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King
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