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Three reasons to stop procrastinating… and write your book

There’s a name for what keeps writers from writing.

And it’s not procrastination. It’s worse. Much worse.

It’s Catch-22-itis™

It nestles in the space between your desire to write and that weird writer’s belief that to be able to write well everything else needs to be in order first.

But C-22™ has just one job: to keep your story imprisoned in your mind.

So when you sit down to write, it says you…

…need to post on social media

…haven’t yet made the perfect mood board for every character

…need a mood boost, so why not watch the latest Netflix rom-com (for inspiration)?

…haven’t cleaned the house lately and the laundry really is starting to pile up

…really don’t have enough time with everything else that needs doing.

And…Zero words written.

So if Catch-22-itis™ is keeping your book from going from idea to page, check out these three reasons why you need to write your book.

Proven to beat Catch-22-itis™ – they’ll even help you resist the lure of Netflix’s latest release. (Unless it’s Bridgerton, clearly no mortal can resist that.)

3 Reasons You Need To Write Your Book (And Stop Catch-22-Itis™)

#1 There’s No Time Like The Present

If you’re waiting for the right time to write, you’ll be waiting forever. Even traditionally published authors typically write around other work commitments.

So if you have a story calling to you and you’re holding off giving it your attention until you “have the time”, it’ll likely never happen.

Spend just a few minutes each day writing, and you’ll find something magical happens. Your book comes to life. And no waiting around.

Reach “The End” with this proven 4-step guide to help busy writers complete their first novel.

#2 To Prove You Can

Those who have cast doubt on your ability to write a book don’t know the truth. Maybe they are jealous, or they are just plain mean.

Never mind them. You can write a book, even if you believe you don’t have what it takes to write a book.

Do you have what it takes to write a chapter? Do that. Then write another one. And another one after that. That’s how books happen. One chapter at a time.

And when you’ve finished, use this step-by-step guide to publish and launch your book to #1 Best-Seller on Amazon.

And don’t forget to send those doubters the link. Ha. Go you.

#3 To Feel Better For Free

Therapy might be expensive, but writing allows you to process difficult feelings and situations in a creative way. In short, writing makes you feel better. Why else do we journal?

Plenty of authors have written books around pain, loss, or trauma and gone on to meet great success. The memoir Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert earned her millions.

Whether your book commands international success or not, writing it will open doors to help you heal and lean into a better, happier you.

Turn your life story into a memoir with this easy how-to guide.

Don’t let Catch-22-itis™ rob you of your chance to tell your story because no one else can tell it better than you.

You got this.

Plus, with Write Publish Profit 5.0 you’ll get everything you need to go from idea to published with the support and expertise of 50+ bestselling authors, editors, publishers, mentors and coaches.

You’ve got the story. You’ve got the reasons. You’ve got the support.

What are you waiting for?

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