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Book Writing Doesn't Have to be Hard! Advice from Scribe CEO, JeVon McCormick

Writing a book is hard, especially for new authors who have never navigated the book writing process. Luckily, you don't have to do it alone.

Momma Bird, Priscilla McKinney sits down with CEO of Scribe Media, JeVon McCormick to discuss what it takes to move forward on your path to authorship. Whether you need coaching, a ghostwriter or marketing to spread your message — Scribe is there to assist you along the way.

Yes, you really don’t have to navigate book writing solo. Priscilla and JeVon work to lift the veil and assure you that taking the book writing leap doesn’t have to be scary. They dive into Scribe’s process of helping authors break down the barriers and frustrations that often come with writing a book to set you up for success. 

"One of the hardest things to do is to think and write at the same time. When you're trying to write your book, inevitably, as you're in one sentence, you're already thinking of another story. You can't write those sentences fast enough." - JeVon McCormick

Listen in as they encourage you to take that leap to finally write that book you've always dreamt of and give you their best tips for writing a book!

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