Book Business Blueprint
Do you want to write a nonfiction book? A business-building credibility piece? A memoir? Learn how to write your story the right way from the start because It’s Not How You Finish the Book that Matters. It’s How You Start! Too many people write books that never sell—or worse—damage their credibility. The key reason books don’t sell is the writers don’t spend the time to develop a clear and complete marketing plan beforehand. If this step is skipped, then there’s no road map to keep them on track and out of the ditches. Author Arlene Gale, The Book Writing Business Coach, understands this pain all too well because she has worked with too many clients who lived this tragedy as their truth. In the Book Business Blueprint, Arlene offers a proven book writing process with solutions for you no matter where you are on your book writing journey: idea, started but stopped, manuscript finished but still not right, or working on a second, third, or subsequent book. Arlene offers answers.
By reading the Book Business Blueprint, you’ll discover how to:
- Break through writer’s block, fear, doubt, and any other reasons for not writing
- Identify your exact clients for the book to earn maximum profitability
- Set bite sized goals to start AND finish writing your book
- Gain credibility with a focused message
- Turn any topic into an interesting read.
Learn the proven step-by-step system to start building credibility, stand out from the competition, and skyrocket sales by writing your book today! Help yourself. It’s worth the investment to learn how to write and use a book to earn more: media attention, worldwide clients, speaking opportunities, profits, and whatever else you dream of achieving.
Face Forward Move Forward
“Face Forward Move Forward” is a No. 1 best-selling, multiple international award-winning book about how your past does not have to define your future! It’s a choice. If you’re running from a monster, instead of looking over your shoulder, you’ll cover more ground faster if you face forward in the direction you’re moving. In “Face Forward Move Forward,” the monster represents anything from anger, guilt and pain to shame, betrayal and worthlessness.
I learned to run away from the past, but toward what? How can I live a life 180-degrees different from what I’ve known, what I had beaten into me?
“Face Forward Move Forward” is a gut-wrenching and heart-warming story about reframing life to invoke positive outcomes. A “Face Forward, Move Forward” philosophy provides momentum to cultivate a life of happiness, peace and self-acceptance. It is also a story of redemption and fulfillment.
The real heartbeat of the story is felt in the longing to live as more than a survivor, to take life on as a “thriver.” Too many people are hurt by someone or something and merely survive day-to-day, going through the motions, missing hope, joy, and love. They miss becoming thrivers.
If you relate to the difficulty of overcoming past pain or you feel like your life is stuck in a rut, this stimulating combination of autobiography and personal how-to is for you.
Based on feedback and interaction with readers, Arlene created six different themed journals under the “Face Forward Move Forward” trademark for readers to use for self-reflection, personal growth and insight, and to practice and develop writing skills. Arlene teaches workshops on journaling and how to use journals for a variety of reasons at all ages and stages of life. The “Face Forward Move Forward” Journals are based on the following themes:
“Do Not Be Afraid” – This journal is filled with pages of quotes about overcoming fear. Each page also has blank lines for writing and processing thoughts about the topic. More than 50% of the quotes are Bible passages.
“Peace” – This journal is filled with pages of quotes about gaining peace, especially the peace that surpasses all understanding. Each page also has blank lines for writing and processing thoughts about the topic. More than 50% of the quotes are Bible passages.
“Inspiration” – This journal is filled with pages of quotes from people throughout history who inspire both with their words and the circumstances they survived. Each page also has blank lines for writing and processing thoughts about the topic.
“Love” – This journal is filled with pages of quotes about love, but not romance and relationships. The quotes are about self-acceptance, love our place in the world, and learning to care for what we love. Each page also has blank lines for writing and processing thoughts about the topic.
“Hope” – This journal is filled with pages of quotes about finding and holding on to hope and why this mindset is so important. Each page also has blank lines for writing and processing thoughts about the topic.
“Youth Journal” – This journal is filled with pages of quotes for girls and young women to inspire and motivate them to grow into their full potential. Most of the quotes inside are by women in business, politics, music, movies, models, and others. Each page also has blank lines for writing and processing thoughts about the topic.