New York author, editor, and book coach Jyssica Schwartz is making it easier for anyone to write their own book with her new writing course called “How To Write A Book In 3 Months”.
In this course, you will learn about breaking down the writing process, how to create an outline, different perspectives and tones, and what comes after you finish your manuscript.
At the age of 30, after 10 years in corporate sales and business development, Schwartz realized it was finally time to live out her true passion of being a writer and editor. She simply wasn’t feeling fulfilled in her career.
As a result, she decided to start looking for freelance writing clients on the side of her full-time job as a Business Development Manager in New York City. Using her sales skills, she immediately picked up clients and began her career as a freelance writer and editor.
Three months later, Schwartz was able to quit her job to become a full-time freelancer. Two years later, her company Jyssica Schwartz LLC offers one-on-one book coaching, book editing, copywriting, blogging for companies, and more.
How To Write A Book In 3 Months is Schwartz’s latest endeavor to continue helping authors get their books out of their heads and onto the page. Schwartz says creating the course came from working with dozens of authors and seeing similar questions and needs coming up.
Using her experience writing books and working with individual authors, this course is an A-to-Z learning experience from refining your ideas for your book to what an author/editor relationship should look like to how to make money from your book.
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