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Are You Book-Worthy?

Are You Book-Worthy?

Most people don't want to write—they want to have written.That's a wry writers' saying, reflecting the fact that the average person who declares, 'I want to write a book' really means, 'I want to be a world-famous bestselling author who rakes in the millions and is universally worshiped.'However, the book-worthy person is not the average person.Book-worthy means your book is worth writing so you should get busy and write it.To be book-worthy, the following five statements must be true of you.(1) You have a book inside you. A book that NEEDS to be written. Your book has commandeered your consciousness. It’s part of you. It's physical. Visceral. It is your phantom limb. It has suctioned itself

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Emily Filloramo

Great post Nicole! I resonated with all the points. I wrote my book in 6 months because that was the deadline from my publisher. It's amazing what a deadline will do. My book will be released May 4. You'll get your copy soon. :-)

April 10, 2015

Emily Filloramo

Great post Nicole! I resonated with all the points. I wrote my book in 6 months because that was the deadline from my publisher. It's amazing what a deadline will do. My book will be released May 4. You'll get your copy soon. :-)

April 10, 2015