If you’ve been working on your book for longer than two years, I’m going to be honest with you: you might have a problem.
Maybe you’re stuck at a certain point in the plot.
Or you keep telling yourself that you will write tomorrow.
Or you don’t know if your story or book is worth it. (Spoiler alert: it is.)
Or it’s collecting digital dust on your desktop, and you’re not quite sure why.
It’s time to do something different.
You can’t just keep telling yourself that tomorrow will be different without changing your behavior. Last time I checked, that was the definition of insanity. You must make a change.
Do you want your book to die inside of you?
I didn’t think so.
Your readers want your book so you owe it to them to do something different.
How do you do that?
People have come to me saying they have been trying to write the same book for decades. Decades.
You don’t have that kind of time.
After people have hired me, they have gone from stuck to having agents interested in their story and their book on the shelves of Barnes and Noble. They have entered talks with major studios to make movies of their book. They have gone to full-time indie authors and sold out their coaching programs with their books. Most importantly, they have actually finished their books.
I’ve had clients take my Prologue and say that I helped them map out a book in three hours after they have been trying for ten years.
I really, really, really want to read your book. Tons of other people need your book. Do something different and get the support you need to actually finish your book. Or you can stay stuck at 10,000 words for the next few decades.
It’s your choice.