You’ve been thinking and talking about it for a long time. The itch needs to be scratched but writing a book seems like a cumbersome and unrealistic project. Due to time constraints and modesty, you have decided to leave it alone on several occasions already.
Awakening the writer within you allows you to take a step back, position yourself as an expert and share your experiences. Nothing beats taking stock of yourself, and the market, world and ecosystem you take part in. This makes it possible to denote changes, identify major trends and share your personal vision.
Writing has the wind in its sails. Research suggests that 4 out of 5 US citizens would like to be an author. "Writing a book is a challenge in which one is exposed, first in front of one’s publisher and then in front of one’s readers. It is an experience reminiscent of the school textbooks of yesteryear and which ends with an immense pleasure, as if it were the birth of a child. Writing a book means living in the eyes of others, " said Henri Kaufman, editorial director of Kawa Publishing House.
Where to start? Here are 10 tips:
Would you like some tips just for you? LEWIS France suggests you attend its first writing workshop on April 10, 2017. It will begin with a session where you will write an opinion piece with the aim to be published and read by the audience you are targeting.
For more information on how to register, contact our content specialist, Lucie Robet, at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org (attention, limited places available).
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