Episode 60 – The Best Bits

Episode 60It’s time for another collection of The Extraordinary Business Book Club’s Best Bits! Sit back and listen to half an hour of jaw-droppingly practical and powerful tips from the top writers and publishers featured in episodes 51-59, with some fascinating differences of opinion and approach:

  • Mark Levy (Accidental Genius) on organising your ideas
  • Lucy McCarraher (How to Write Your Book Without the Fuss) on the importance of structuring before you start
  • Lisa Earle McLeod (Selling with Noble Purpose) on forgetting all about structure and just starting
  • Ross Lovelock (ScQUARE) on writing for the reader
  • Alan Weiss (Million Dollar Consulting) on writing for yourself
  • Caroline Webb (How to Have a Good Day) on her writing playlist
  • Melissa Romo (Head of Global Content, Sage) on creating a writing ritual (and specifically how her frog helps…)
  • Adrian Zackheim (Portfolio Penguin) on how publishers evaluate an author’s proposal
  • Louis Rosenfeld (Rosenfeld Media) on why publishing is about so much more than the book

I guarantee there’s something here that will inspire you, restore your writing mojo, get you unstuck, or at the very least make you feel like you’re not in this alone.


The 10-day Business Book Proposal Challenge (starts 5 June): https://alisonjones.leadpages.co/proposal-challenge/

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