Should you become a book coach? A chat with Jennie Nash

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What is book coaching? with Jennie Nash

If you love words, this just may be your dream job. 

No, it's not about copywriting. 

It's about becoming a book coach.

What is a book coach?

Sometimes called a writing coach, the role is a bit of a combo: you're a professional editor, a mentor, and a cheerleader for writers at any stage of the writing process – from starting from scratch to pitching agents or preparing to self-publish.

And you don't have to be a published author to be a book coach. 

You just have to love words and want to help others get their book written and published. 

If that's you, or if you're simply interested in learning about this opportunity which has opened up as the world of publishing has changed, join me for a live conversation with Jennie Nash, of Author Accelerator, a program that teaches and certifies book coaches.

On Thursday, October 22 at 5 PM Pacific/8 PM Eastern, Jennie and I will talk about what book coaching is, who tends to excel at it, and how you can make money helping writers bring their books to life.

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