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Writing a book is all the rage. It seems everywhere you look, business owners, entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants are being to to "write a book!" Since most people aren't born knowing how to write a book, there's a huge market to tell you how to do just that. But there's also a lot of misinformation and obfuscation, too. The Author Confidential is on a mission to clear away the confusion and uncover best writing practices and educate future (and current) authors on the book-writing, book publishing, and book marketing industry through insightful interviews with industry insiders and authors who will share the good, the bad, and the ugly of their publishing journeys. You'll learn tips, tricks, and gain true wisdom in how to best write, publish, and market your next book! The host, Lisbeth Tanz, is a nonfiction book ghostwriter, editor, author coach, and published author. Click the link to learn more about her and the sponsor of the show, Fuzzy Dog, LLC.

Writing a book is all the rage. It seems everywhere you look, business owners, entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants are being to to "write a book!" Since most people aren't born knowing how to write a book, there's a huge market to tell you how to do just that. But there's also a lot of misinformation and obfuscation, too. The Author Confidential is on a mission to clear away the confusion and uncover best writing practices and educate future (and current) authors on the book-writing, book publishing, and book marketing industry through insightful interviews with industry insiders and authors who will share the good, the bad, and the ugly of their publishing journeys. You'll learn tips, tricks, and gain true wisdom in how to best write, publish, and market your next book! The host, Lisbeth Tanz, is a nonfiction book ghostwriter, editor, author coach, and published author. Click the link to learn more about her and the sponsor of the show, Fuzzy Dog, LLC.
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Writing a book is all the rage. It seems everywhere you look, business owners, entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants are being to to "write a book!" Since most people aren't born knowing how to write a book, there's a huge market to tell you how to do just that. But there's also a lot of misinformation and obfuscation, too. The Author Confidential is on a mission to clear away the confusion and uncover best writing practices and educate future (and current) authors on the book-writing, book publishing, and book marketing industry through insightful interviews with industry insiders and authors who will share the good, the bad, and the ugly of their publishing journeys. You'll learn tips, tricks, and gain true wisdom in how to best write, publish, and market your next book! The host, Lisbeth Tanz, is a nonfiction book ghostwriter, editor, author coach, and published author. Click the link to learn more about her and the sponsor of the show, Fuzzy Dog, LLC.

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Episodes

Lisbeth Tanz on The 3 P's of Book Writing

11/12/2019
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Writing a book isn't a quick or (usually) easy endeavor. It takes planning, foresight, and a commitment of time. That's why listeners are invited to consider the 3 P's of Book Writing. This short podcast is all about where you are in the process--and how to move past "stuff" that can get in your way. Or, at the very least, know how to handle it. ​In this episode you'll learn: How the 3 P's will rewire your thinking about book writingHow to reframe the "I'm too busy" excuseHow to uncover...

Duration:00:13:15

Pete Alexander on How to LIGHTEN Your Day

11/7/2019
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Pete Alexander learned the hard way how stress can derail a life. In 2018, after living with Type 2 diabetes for ten years, he landed in the ER with a blood sugar level so high it couldn't be measured. He was an hour away from a diabetic coma. The severity of his issue still didn't sink in until, responding to an demanding message from his boss as to how Pete would run a webinar from his ICU hospital bed, Pete saw firsthand how his body responded. His blood sugar level was surging--all...

Duration:00:56:13

Timothy Starnes on Suffering and Entertaining

10/29/2019
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You might think you know what this interview covers. You don't. Trust me. Who would think to combine the dasterdly deeds and reigns of death from past centuries with entertaining acumen? Timothy Starnes, that's who. In his book, Agony: Suffering Yesterday, Entertaining Today, he and four other time-traveling companions (plus "No. 44"--a traveler whose name you'll discover in the book) explore historical events--in all its gore and horror--along with dinner, starting in the 15th...

Duration:00:42:06

Marc Guberti on Creating Your Own Breakthrough Success

10/23/2019
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At age eleven, Marc began his career as a blogger as a form of baseball fan outreach. Marc is a Red Sox fan living in the land of Mets and Yankees fans--New York. From that early start, Marc's progressed to authoring twenty-four books, writing training courses, speaking on influencer stages, and developing a sought-after coaching practice--all now at the advanced age of 21 (as of this recording). Marc's pragmatic approach to his work and how he impacts people with it isn't by chance. He...

Duration:00:20:20

Julia Gordon Bramer on Shaking Up the Literary World

10/15/2019
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Julia Gordon Bramer didn't mean to shake up the literary "experts," but her research into the writings of Sylvia Plath have made her persona non grata in the hallways of upper learning -- at least as it pertains to the mysterious writer of The Bell Jar, who committed suicide in 1963. ​Julia wasn't a scholar of Plath until one fortuitous day when she realized a story Plath wrote was rife with references to Tarot -- references Julia would recognize having been a sought-after Tarot reader...

Duration:00:37:28

Michael Levitt on Thriving through Adversity

10/8/2019
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In 2009, Michael Levitt began his worst year, ever. He lost his health, job, car, and house. Yet, instead of crumbling under the weight of distress, he persevered. And he reflected on why his life had gotten to this point. His deep dive showed him how stress, overwork, and burnout all contributed to his really bad, awful year. Then he did something about it; he created new habits, new ways of living, and new ways of working to begin a life renewed. After that, he wrote a book about it, which...

Duration:00:51:48

David Hancock on being an Upstart in the Book Publishing World

10/1/2019
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Since 2003, David Hancock, the founder of Morgan James Publishing, a hybrid book publishing company, has been turning the book-publishing industry on its head. Using his frustration aimed at the traditional publishing houses, David set out to create a company that works hard for its authors instead of the other way around.

Duration:00:50:36