SPQ 018: Prolific Writing – What Tools and Processes Do You Use to Write On a Daily Basis?

SPQ018: Prolific Writing – What Tools and Processes Do You Use to Write On a Daily Basis?

The Question…

What tools and processes do you use to help you be a prolific writer?

Biggest Takeaway…

[Tweet “When it comes to being a prolific writer, it’s all about habits.”]

Steve’s Answer…

Prolific writing makes things a lot easier for your book-based business. When it comes to being prolific, it’s all about habits. The right habits help you take large projects and break them down into doable daily processes.

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SPQ 012: How Do I Find a Book Editor?

How Do I Find a Book Editor?

The Question…

Eric of ThirtybyForty.com wants to know how to find an editor and how much money to budget for editing.

Biggest Takeaway…

[Tweet “Investing in a good editor will turn an average book into a great book. “]

Steve’s Answer…

Finding an editor is one of the most important things you can do as a self-published author. In fact, Steve says it is one of the two best investments you can make (the other is cover design). Investing in a good editor will turn an average book into a great book.

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SPQ 008: How Do You Manage Multiple Book Projects?

SPQ 008: How Do You Manage Multiple Book Projects?

The Question…

A reader asks how many projects Steve typically has in his publishing pipeline. In this episode, Steve explains how he moves from idea to completed project.

Biggest Takeaway…

[Tweet “Don’t sit on any finished titles; publish them immediately! “]

Steve’s Answer…

Steve usually works on no more than two or three books at a time. He doesn’t sit on any finished titles; he publishes them immediately. If he has an idea for another book, he writes it down and then continues working on his current project.

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