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November 22, 2017
4 Powerful Lessons From Editing Someone Else’s Book
By: Margaret Feinberg

I spent the last week editing a friend’s book. I poured over every chapter, paragraph, sentence, and word—not once, but twice.

I learned crucial lessons that will help your writing shine:Read More

November 15, 2017
4 Tips to Successfully Co-Author Your Next Book
By: Cherie Lowe

Have you ever thought about writing a book with your spouse or friend?

If so, you’ll soon discover that creating cohesive content can be a challenge.

A while back, we shared 5 Traps to Avoid When Co-Authoring. Now, we’d like to equip you with four more tips from Write Brilliant Academy graduate Cherie Lowe to help you thrive.Read More


When we hear one of our Write Brilliant graduates publishing yet another book, we throw a 10-minute dance party. And David Ellis’ new book, Losing Dad, Finding Father is no exception. This book is transforming reader’s lives.

In the process of writing and releasing Losing Dad, Finding Father, Ellis learned a treasure trove of rich lessons (read to the end… they’re magical).

But along the way, he raised a question every writer wrestles with along the way.

What will be the impact of your writing?
Is writing really worth it?
What if I just transform one person’s life?

Ellis’ response to these soul wrestling questions took my breath away.Read More

November 1, 2017
4 Traps to Avoid When Co-Authoring
By: Cherie Lowe

Have you ever thought about writing a book or blog or project with someone else?

A spouse? Friends? Ministry partner?

You may think, “That’s half the work!” But you’ll likely run into these common roadblocks along the way.

I’ve invited, Cherie Lowe, a Write Brilliant Academy graduate, and co-author of Your Money, Your Marriage: The Secrets to Smart Finance, Spicy Romance, and their Intimate Connection (Sept 2018), to share her secrets:Read More

October 25, 2017
How to Write Good Book Titles Checklist
By: Margaret Feinberg

Your title will make or break you as a writer.

If you’ve crafted killer content, but a ho-hum title, few people will read your brilliant words. That’s why at the Write Brilliant Academy, we’re committed to help you create titles that make people want to click, buy, and read what your words.

Here’s a Tantalizing Title Checklist to help your words change the world:

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October 18, 2017
How to Start Writing When You’ve Lost Momentum
By: Margaret Feinberg

This week one of our Write Brilliant Academy members sent in a question that’s near and dear to my heart.

She had started writing then became derailed by the unspeakable.

I know a thing or two about that.

I share vulnerably and tenderly of how to start and keep writing when it’s so hard.

Watch here:Read More

October 11, 2017
How to Submit Your Work to An Agent Checklist
By: Margaret Feinberg

How do you stand out in a crowded agent’s inbox?

I have friends in the publishing industry whose inboxes explode with query letters and book proposals. They often share the same frustrations.

Those submitting a proposal don’t bother…Read More

September 27, 2017
How to Write a Bible Study
By: Margaret Feinberg

In this week’s Quick Tip, we’re addressing questions that many who want to write a Bible study want to know.

If you’ve ever considered writing a Bible study, you don’t want to miss this week’s video.

Watch here:Read More

September 20, 2017
Will a Publisher Consider Your Self-Published Work?
By: Christopher Ferebee


This week, we’re proud to feature Christopher Ferebee of The Christopher Ferebee Agency to weigh in on self-publishing. A literary agent since 1999, he represents thought-provoking, life-changing, and uplifting books from a wide-range of thought-leaders and world changers. More important, he’s an incredible friend to us.

What do The Shack, Jesus Calling, and 50 Shades of Grey all have in common?

Their respective commercial trade publishers have sold millions of copies of each, and they all started out as self-published works. The easy answer to the question, Will a publisher consider my self-published book, is “yes.” But you knew it would be more nuanced than that.

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September 13, 2017
What To Do When You Run Out of Words

Even the best writers run out of words on a topic, whether crafting…

a chapter…
a blog…
a book…

I filmed this week’s Write Brilliant Quick Tip to give you four tactics so you know what to say when you don’t know what to say. And they’ll make you a better writer. Promise.

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