[Podcast] Getting Your Book Into Print with Erin Casey

You’ve been saying it for years: “Someday I’m going to get around to writing that book.” Well, why not now? Erin Casey is a ghost-writer, editor and book coach who has helped countless experts get their ideas into published books. Writing a book can seem like a daunting task, but with the right plan, it doesn’t have to be. This episode could actually be the first step on your way to your first book!


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Show Notes:

1:40 How did Erin get started helping experts write their books?

4:31 You’ve got to plan for the marketing aspects of a book.

4:56 Erin breaks the book process down to three key areas.

9:24 Does it help to write with an avatar in mind?

11:22 We know who our book is for and what it wants to be when it grows up, so what’s next?

13:00 Dragon software could be a great tool for writers who like to dictate.

15:09 What problem does your book help solve?

16:12 It’s important to think in terms of long term goals for your book.

19:05 How can you build an audience BEFORE your book comes out?

21:00 Your book can be a great way to “build your celebrity”.

22:19 Is it realistic to shoot for a bestseller?

27:00 What are some of the important elements that go into a book?

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  • Lee Livermore

    Thank you. Some good basic points to consider when thinking about writing a book. Similar to what other experts are saying.

  • I like the recommendation to vary the location you write in. I have probably fallen into a habit there and need to change it up a bit. Thanks for sharing this Jane and Erin!

    • speakerlauncher

      I think it really helps Tom!