A Perfect Blueprint to Create a Course for Your Book
“D’vorah Lansky’s 30 Day Course Creation Challenge for Authors is an excellent resource. The step-by-step guide provides strategies to create your online course from your book or area of expertise.The overwhelming task of creating a course is eliminated! You are provided with a blueprint to create attractive course materials, multi-media presentations, and how to set up your Free online classroom. D’vorah created a 30 Day Course Creation Challenge for Authors online course before she published her book. We get to experience the course both as a learner and from the perspective of the teacher. I highly recommend both D’vorah’s book and online class.”
~ Jerri Eddington, Ed.D, Success Coach and Author
Perfect Tool for Sales Results
"Small enough to fit in my carry-around bag or purse, big print to encourage focus and banish overwhelm, this journal is the perfect results-oriented companion to a good marketing plan. We get big ideas for marketing our books, but what do we DO? This little, laser-look journal keeps us on track with exactly what we do and how each sales ploy we try works. The A-Z list of marketing activities is a great diving board into the huge pool of marketing tactics and helps so much! Including blog activities and “relationship pages” for people to be in touch with for furthering book promo completes the perfect package for getting book sales results! I just love it!"
-Kay in Seattle
I highly recommend this action guide for authors who struggle with getting all their necessary writing and marketing done.
"As an author with a full-time job, I struggle with being productive, so I was thrilled to find the Productivity Action Guide for Authors. D'vorah Lansky has put together an action guide that is part workbook, part journal and part calendar. Filled with prompts, this guide will help me stay on track in a sensible way. It's not just all work, though. Throughout are coloring pages and spaces to doodle, as a way of relaxing and letting the brain run free. Plus, doing fun things is a part of the to-do lists.
For example, along with the "Master To-Do List for This Project" is a section entitled, "How I'll Reward Myself to Celebrate My Accomplishments." I especially like the "why" sections, that make me think about the purpose of what I'm doing. Along with space for listing information about a particular week's project is a section called "Why It's Important for Me to Focus on This Project This Week." Weekly recaps focus on positive accomplishments, including "5 Things I Learned This Week," "5 Things I Can Do To Be More Productive," and "5 Things I'm Grateful For." I also appreciate that it's a print book."
~ Donna K. Fitch, owner of Maximum Author Impact
I highly recommend the Productivity Action Guide for writers of every kind.
"Like the majority of writers, my biggest stumbling block has been organizing and maintaining productivity during the writing process and the myriad of marketing demands. D'vorah Lansky's Productivity Action Guide is a simple to follow self-contained solution to the writer's problem of getting traction and maintaining forward motion while balancing the multiple facets of writing projects.
From abstract idea to finished product, the Productivity Action Guide provides a method to develop a big picture plan and then break that plan down into monthly, weekly, and daily tasks in such a way that overwhelm is eliminated and a sense of accomplishment is easy to find and keep. It makes it easy to keep track of what I want to do, when I need to get it in motion and what I've done, so I can quickly see if I've missed anything or need to switch things around.
I have never used any organizational method that has provided me everything I need as a writer all in one place. It has given me so much more confidence in my ability to bring an idea to fruition and get my message to those who can benefit from it. I have a new sense peace knowing I am in control of project destination, details, and delivery."
~ Pam Fitros, author of Boldly Bald Woman
An Excellent Book for Authors Building Their First Course
"Having participated in D'vorah Lansky's 30 Day Course Creation Challenge in 2016, I can say it contains everything authors need. It is broken down into 4 modules, each being composed of small steps. D'vorah shows authors how to identify "their" topic, design and develop course content, before moving on to setting up an online classroom , marketing the course and opening the doors.I found the book practical, down to earth, and very well constructed. I personally think that thanks to the first half of the course, my course will be much better than it would have been had I not attended Dvorah's course. If you realize that your book is the first step towards your author platform, this book is excellent."
~ Daniel Alfon, author of How to Build a LinkedIn Profile for Business Success
This is by far, the best journal I’ve ever seen!
Productivity Action Guide for Authors is a journal that offers three months of tracking within its pages. It is designed to give authors a place to write notes, focus on the month, and a section where you develop your goals. Another section helps you determine your own needs for improvement. There are weekly pages that help you create a “Master To-Do List” for a project; and it also has a place to note what you are going to do to “Celebrate Your Accomplishments,” as well as a page to help you recap your week. This is a 90 guide for improving your productivity, but it is also a great way to organize yourself for a book project.
I also LOVE D'vorah Lansky's "The Busy Author's Book Marketing Journal" it is fantastic! You cannot find a better marketing book. This journal helps you organize your marketing and helps keep you on-track by asking you to do something every day. It's a small book, so it isn't overwhelming! I'd suggest buying one journal for every book you write! D’vorah is a premier book marketing trainer; and this journal helps you develop and take action in much the same way as she teaches."
~ Connie Dunn, owner at Publish with Connie
The Busy Author’s Book Marketing Journal was written by one …
"The Busy Author's Book Marketing Journal was written by one of the most thorough book marketing instructors. This journal will definitely keep the writer-marketer on track to reach the goal of selling more books. D'vorah Lansky has made her expertise accessible through not only her books but also her online courses and webinars. Follow her advice to move forward to success. Her kindness and commitment helped me reach success!"
-Janet Wahl, author of Discover the Messages in Your Dreams with the Ullman Method (Dream Digging Guides Book 1)