Author: Lynneklippel

Author: Lynneklippel

July 12, 2011 Author Income Streams,Book Marketing,Uncategorized Lynneklippel

I’d like to thank Lynne for having me as a guest today, as part of my new book’s virtual blog tour. I’ve learned a lot from Lynne in regards to both, creating multiple streams of income with the message of my book and appreciating that my book is a gift to the world and thus

5 Ways to Pump Up the Progress on Your Book
June 30, 2011 Author Inspiration Lynneklippel

Whether you are just beginning your first draft or you have a published book that’s been launched for a few years, your book progress relies on how much energy you put into it. If you find your sales slumping or you just can’t seem to muster up the enthusiasm to write, it’s the ideal time

The Missing Ingredient of a Finished Book
June 21, 2011 Uncategorized Lynneklippel

The singer Natasha Benningfield released a hit song several years ago about opening up the dirty window and beginning a book. The chorus had a line, “Today your book begins.” While this is a catchy pop lyric, it can also give you a tip about getting your book finished. One of the most important ingredients

When to Take Your Book on the Road
June 9, 2011 Author Inspiration Lynneklippel

As an author and an entrepreneur, it is important that you leave the cocoon of your home office and meet others. One of the best ways to do this is to attend live events. When you attend a live training event, workshop, or seminar, you have the opportunity to discuss your ideas with people who

Stop Social Media Shame: Notes from the SPARK call with George Kao
May 26, 2011 Book Marketing Lynneklippel

There are three great illusions in social media: that you must try every new shiny bright thing, that more is better, and that you must keep up by spending many hours every day on your social media activities. These illusions make us stressed out, guilty when we can’t keep up, and stop us from growing

Delivering Your Audience To Their Intended Destination
May 13, 2011 Author Inspiration Lynneklippel

A guest article by Jeremy Flagg- one of the outstanding authors in the 90 Day Author JumpStart Coaching program Sometimes, the hardest thing to do while trying to convey an idea or a point in any form of communication is to find the best route to get our audience from point A to point B.

The Reader’s Path – A Book Development Exercise to Jumpstart Your Creativity
May 4, 2011 Author Inspiration Lynneklippel

When you are in the process of writing your book, you may be overwhelmed with all the ideas that you could possibly put into your book. You have ideas, stories, illustrations, and quotes flooding your mind, as well as a wealth of blog posts, articles, and other written material to pull from. All these ideas

5 Ways to Strength Your Author’s Foundation
April 18, 2011 Uncategorized,Writing Lynneklippel

Have you ever tried to work on your book while sitting at your kitchen table surrounded by dirty breakfast dishes and a crying toddler, while you worry about getting everyone out of the door to an appointment in thirty minutes? What about the day when your to-do list is three pages long, you are anticipating

Demystifying Front and Back Matter
April 12, 2011 Writing Lynneklippel

Have you heard the terms Front and Back Matter and been wondering what they mean? Front matter refers to all the pages in a book that come in front of the manuscript. Common components of the front matter include the title page, legal or copyright page, a foreword, dedication, table of contents, acknowledgements and introduction.

Helga’s Story Was Destroyed
April 12, 2011 Author Inspiration Lynneklippel

Helga Eastby lived in 1896.  A Norwegian immigrant and mother of 8 children, Helga and her family faced foreclosure of their farm after a downturn in the economy.  At that time, women were strongly encouraged to be sedate, not get too happy, too sad, or too tired to prevent hysteria.  At that time the society