Welcome to the Webinar

Topic: How To Write Your Non-Fiction Book In 5 Easy Steps

Hosted by: Tolulope Popoola – Author, Publisher and Writing Coach

Replay available: Yes

Tags: writing, book, non-fiction, aspiring author, writer, publishing, webinar

Have you been thinking about writing a book, ever since you can remember?
According to a recent American survey, 81% of people want to write a book. I’m going to guess that you’re one of them.

Perhaps you’ve already given it great thought. Maybe you’ve joined writing groups to ask for help. Maybe you’ve bought some books on “How to Write” but while they’re great resources, you don’t need more theories. You need something more practical for you to get started.

What if I told you there was an easier way?

Well there is! I’m going to show you how easy it is to write your book when you have a clear step-by-step plan to follow. Watch this webinar, and I will show you how to cut through all the doubts and confusion, so that you can start writing your non-fiction book in just 5 easy steps!



In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to choose a great topic for your book
  • How to choose an interesting title and sub-title for your non-fiction book
  • How to research the topics for the subject you’re writing about
  • How to find your target readers and choose the best category for your non-fiction book
  • How to create your content plan and lots more!

About your host:

Tolulope Popoola is an Author, Publishing Consultant and Writing Coach for aspiring authors. She used to be an accountant, until she rediscovered her love for writing and telling stories eight years ago. She is passionate about helping other writers make their writing and publishing dreams come true. She’s the founder of Accomplish Press. Tolulope has published three books: Nothing Comes Close, Fertile Imagination, and Looking For Something.

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