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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best creativity magazine in the UK“, Morwenna Stewart’s Five Steps To Publish is a constructive self-coaching book with step-by-step advice on how to overcome all that thwarts those keen to publish their first book and achieve literary success.
Five Steps To Publish
A legion of writers passionate about learning how they can achieve their dream of becoming a published author have praised Morwenna Stewart’s game changing self help guide for writers, Five Steps to Publish, Beat the Fear, Write the Book.
Morwenna Stewart, who herself is both autistic and has ADHD, shares an accessible and easy-to-follow five-step approach to taking a yearning to write and achieving literary success. But it is the author’s acknowledgement that everyone is different and that good writing comes through deeper learning and appreciation of ourselves that really makes this book stand out.
This simple five-point plan, Five Steps To Publish will help you to start your exciting journey towards becoming an author by getting clearer about why you want to write, what’s holding you back, and know where to go to get support.
By helping authors to develop their writing skills, navigate the publishing industry, and achieve their goal of becoming a published author, Morwenna helps aspiring authors gain confidence. The book uses topic chapters, with sections of reflective self-coaching questions to help the reader to explore their barriers and motivations and work towards their goals.
Believing that one-size doesn’t fit all, this guide is a treasure trove of advice and insight that all potential writers will benefit from. However, reading this book alone is not enough. Success will only come with some hard looking in the mirror to truly understand those barriers that are subliminally impeding your ambitions.
Autistic and ADHD (neurodivergent / ND) writer Morwenna Stewart has been an editor and coach for 25 years, supporting writers who are driven by a strong social purpose. Morwenna believes that: “We rise by lifting others” (Robert Ingersoll) and that all humans are “creative, resourceful and whole” (Carl Rogers). Morwenna bristles at unsolicited, well-meaning advice (which is why she loves non-directive coaching) and likes to laugh at how ludicrous life is.
She lives with her son and two cats in a happily unfashionable part of East London. She loves yoga, acoustic guitar and crafting.
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