So, this has been a pretty hectic-paced first week of 2018, I don't know about you. Somewhere between January 1 and today, I've decided to launch my non-fiction book, AUTHOR IMPOSTOR: Getting Over Imposter Syndrome So You Can Reclaim Your Power and Start Writing.
It's a nonfiction how-to meant to help people get over their limiting belief about what it means to being an author. The book has four sections, each one geared toward targeting a specific aspect of overcoming Author Impostor Syndrome. I know a lot of authors, myself included, who struggle with this on one level or another. For those of you who might be interested in something like that, let's take a quick look at the book:
Do you struggle with calling yourself an author? Do you feel like a fraud, even though you have a book or two under your belt?
This is Author Impostor Syndrome at its best.
In order to overcome the mental setback of Author Impostor Syndrome, we need to set the record straight.
In this book, you'll learn:
- How to identify limiting beliefs that hold you back as an author.
- How to set yourself up for success.
- How to change your thoughtforms to transform you from a halfass--to a badass--author.
- Ways to make yourself a writing machine, so you can finish your novel or non-fiction book quickly.
If you're ready to make this year the year you publish your novels and embrace the role of author, look no further. Author Impostor is about to help you retrain your brain and get you on the path to publishing.