Anne Janzer On Writing A Book That Makes A Difference – This Week’s Six Pixels of Separation Podcast

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Episode #760 of Six Pixels of Separation is now live and ready for you to listen to.

I have this weird obsession with books about book writing. I collect them. I search them out. I devour them. With that, you would think that I would have written more than two of them myself (not there yet). One of my favorite books about writing is The Writer’s Process by Anne Janzer. The book came out in 2016. A few years back, I started a private Facebook group for business and non-fiction book authors. Writing and coming up with ideas to write is a solitary (for most) experience, so it’s an amazingly powerful space for fellow business and non-fiction book authors to congregate. That’s where I first “met” Anne. She’s authored other books: The Workplace Writer’s Process, Writing To Be Understood, Subscription Marketing, and her latest, Get The Word Out – Write A Book That Makes A Difference. Who should write a book? How do you market a book? If you’ve ever thought about writing a book or how books can be a great way to tell your story, this show is for you. Anne is a fellow writing geek and non-fiction author cheerleader. Enjoy the conversation…

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