How to Write a Book in 40 Days
This course explores a formula for creating a complete book overview, how to easily structure chapters and sub chapters, how to craft a compelling title, and addressing writers block. The course also reviews the pros and cons of traditional and self-publishing, how to obtain IBSN numbers and their importance, and address tips and ideas for marketing.
Available as a public access course
This course is a non-credit public access course. Public access non-credit courses are offered at a reduced rate, and you do not need to be a King's student to register.
Linda is a teacher, BHSAI, entrepreneur, author, photographer, lover of all things horse and devoted follower of Jesus Christ.
Born in rural England, Linda spent her youth competing and teaching horse riding, making Canada home in 1977. A new country meant a career so Linda went back to school to learn photography, and for the past 17 years she has travelled throughout Alberta earning a living as an equine photographer.
The Canadian horse industry was very different and Linda was exposed to a wide variety of styles and methods of horse training and riding, most of which seemed to work. This made her question everything she thought she knew. So she embarked on a quest to look beyond the textbooks of her youth and find answers to questions she never knew she had concerning equine behaviour and communication. Many of these answers are revealed in her first book “The Horse Watcher”. But this was only the start of her writing career.
Linda had discovered a formula that transforms her random thoughts into chapter and verse. This formula has helped her publish six books and there are at least two more to come.