Buy the course. Do the work. And reap the rewards.

The “How to Write a Book” eCourse includes video, audio and text lessons on:

Lesson 1          Planning Your Book
Lesson 2          Preparing Your Outline
Lesson 3          Organizing Your Information
Lesson 4          Drafting Your Content
Lesson 5          Revising Your Content

It’s packed with valuable resources and invites you to work through each step of a proven process to bring your book to life. There’s room for reflection and journalling but the focus is on getting you in action so you can stay on track and complete your book. One step at a time. And this course will help you see your book project as an exciting addition to an already successful life.

Have you been talking about writing a book for long enough now? Then together let’s get you in action!

“Are you ready to get started on the transformational project of writing a book?

And, at the same time, is the idea a little overwhelming?

We all know that writing a book is a terrific way to share your message, gain credibility, and set you on the path to generating more revenue. And it’s a dream project for an estimated 80% of the population. But many people have a tough time getting started and it can be tough to see the project through to completion.

This course will guide you through the process of writing a book through five straightforward lessons that simplify book writing and help guide you towards creating a book that will make you proud.

Created by professional editor and traditionally-published Amazon best-selling writing expert Susan Crossman, this book takes the lessons she’s learned through decades of high level writing and editing experience and strips them down to the basics so you can bring your dream of writing a book to life.


Alex Paterson
No Helping Hand

“Susan Crossman is a first-rate editor. We have worked together for nearly a year on my massive manuscript, which began with Chapter One, and then went on for over 800 pages without another break. It was written over an eight-year period so the standard of writing was also not of the same caliber… Read More

Diana Lidstone
Shift Into Rich

Writing a book can seem like a huge undertaking; however, I was blessed to find Susan Crossman as my book editor! She was truly amazing. Not only was her work timely and cost-effective, but she has the unique ability to make my words and intentions so much clearer and ‘print-ready’. I would highly recommend her… Read More

Paula Hope
Stop the Saboteurs

Susan’s amazing blend of skills and supportive personality was such a significant contribution to the creation and publishing of my first book. Without her help and critical editorial eye, I am not sure if my book would ever have seen the light of days… Read More

Vince Fernandez
Little Sister

I was looking for an editor of my manuscript. We had a lovely discussion and I liked your encouragement and straight-forward manner of discussing things. It was my first time writing a manuscript and I had limited structure. Most of the details of the book were still in my head and you drew them out… Read More

Trish Tonaj
A Diary of Change 12 Personal Tools

Writing your first book is a thrill that lasts a lifetime and as a new author I was looking for an editor that could not only scrub spelling and correct grammar but provide an editorial perspective, suggesting any rewrites before I self-published… Read More

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