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Ten Secrets to Finishing That Book
You’ve Been Working On—
for Months, Years, Decades!

Sam HornGuest Expert:

Sam Horn
(About Sam)

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The Program:

Okay, be honest. How many times have you said, “I know I need to write a book, but...”? Or, perhaps you started your book way back when and it’s been languishing on the shelf ever since because you’ve been OBLE’d (Overcome By Life Events).

Isn’t it worth 60 minutes of your time to join us for an inspirational session that debunks the ten most common mythconceptions that keep us from turning our writing dreams into reality? You’ll discover that:

  • It really HASN’T all been said
  • You don’t have to have an English degree or a Ph.D.
  • Most books get done here, there, and everywhere — not in huge blocks of time while working at the computer
  • You don’t have to fork out a lot of money for editors
  • Most writers quit due to ___________ (get the recording to find this out)
  • Organizing your book can be easy once you use this system

Perhaps most importantly, Sam’s motivating tele-retreat will prove to you that writing doesn’t have to be like pulling teeth — it can be enormous fun and a tangibly rewarding activity. As comedienne Carol Liefer said, “My philosophy is, ‘No pain, no pain.’” Learn the painless and pleasurable way to turn your writing intentions into action. Sam guarantees that you’ll never regret finishing your book; you’ll only regret not finishing it — sooner.

About our guest expert:

Sam Horn, author of Tongue Fu!, ConZentrate, What’s Holding You Back?, and Take the Bully by the Horns (all from St. Martin’s Press) loves to write — and it shows. Her books have been favorably reviewed in Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Washington Post, and Chicago Tribune — and have been endorsed by Stephen Covey, John Gray, Dave Pelzer, and Tony Robbins. As an author, consultant, and Emcee of the world-renown Maui Writers Conference, she’s had the opportunity to ask hundreds of best-selling authors, agents, and editors for their advice on how to get published, and enjoys sharing the resulting insights with private clients and workshop attendees across the country.


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