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Book Blueprint &
Content Strategy

Your time is valuable. Get clear on what you need to write before you write it to save time, money and energy spent writing the wrong book.

WHY YOU NEED A BOOK BLUEPRINT

A book blueprint is a proven path to getting clear on key elements that ground your book’s success. These include your key concept or big idea, your audience and market, your USP (unique selling proposition), and the best organizational structure for your content.

What if I have A FEW book IDEAs?

It’s not unusual for writers to have more than one idea. I’ll help you evaluate which idea you should pursue first through a strategic lens to understand what efforts will give the biggest ROI. Most book editors don’t offer content strategy consulting, but if you’re writing a nonfiction book as part of a larger project or plan for your business, organization, or mission, this invaluable insight is key to writing a book that will deliver on your goals.

Blueprint
Deliverables

A concise, high-level summary of your book’s main idea condensed into a few catchy, compelling words. This is your “elevator pitch” that guides your writing and is a must for selling your book to publishers and readers.

A strategic summary of your book’s foundational elements that you can use to write a professional book proposal.

An action plan for writing your first draft with clarity and confidence.

Most writers begin the long, complex work of writing a book without doing this strategic thinking first. This invaluable roadmap saves untold hours wasted on writing the wrong book and the money you’ll need to spend to fix a manuscript that’s not working. A book blueprint is the single best investment you can make to write a book you’ll be proud of.

A Book Blueprint may be for you if ...

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