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Book Pregnancy Planning Course

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If the book What to Expect When You're Expecting were applied to book pregnancy, this course would be it.

You've discerned you are pregnant with a book—that's fantastic!

But you might also be feeling a little woozy. Like the room is spinning. Like you're not quite sure what life will look like going forward from here.


That's where this course comes in—to help you breathe and orient you to your new book pregnancy.


Together, we'll take 4 weeks to teach you about the realities of book pregnancy and what that means for you.

You'll learn what it means to birth a book through the realities of publishing, book proposals, and agents. You'll discover what it means to have a voice in your conversation space—and why that is essential. You'll consider the many ways you can cultivate an audience and how to connect with the heart of your ideal reader. Then, at the end, we'll get you prepped and ready to step into the fullness of your book pregnancy. 


Course Outline

  • Week 1: Your Book
  • Week 2: Your Voice
  • Week 3: Your Audience
  • Week 4: Your Book Pregnancy Plan

Course Format

  • One 90-minute group threshold call to start the course
  • Week-daily (M–F) email lessons
  • Twice-weekly (T/F) video lessons
  • Four PDF workbooks 
  • A private Facebook community for 4 weeks
  • Weekly 60-minute Q&A group calls

Course Intention

  • Gain momentum for your book-birthing experience
  • Start self-identifying as an author
  • Commit to parenting your book
  • Develop a book pregnancy plan
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Having a clear map of the journey to publishing in its totality—not just the writing of the book—really proved to be vital for me. I have defined the difference between what I can do and what I am willing to or want to do. Wow!
— Susan McRae

Please note: All Bookwifery courses are designed to support authors writing books in the general nonfiction category—what I call "books that help people"—and, more specifically, books that will heal the world with light in some way. The Bookwifery courses are not designed to support authors writing books in the memoir, creative nonfiction, or fiction categories.


Course Registration

Registration for this course is currently closed. To be notified when enrollment opens again, sign up for the wait list.