E-book: 101 Questions To Ask Before You Write A Book

Take a deep dive into your motivation for writing a book

Some questions to ponder...

  • Did this year start with a high level of enthusiasm for your book?
  • Has that waned? 
  • Perhaps other priorities have taken over?   
  • Maybe you are stuck?
  • You don't know which book of your many ideas ‘should’ you write? 
  • The outline which started well has fizzled… 
  • You’ve written a few chapters and are now feeling unsure of where it’s going

I 'get' that feeling disheartened about a book project. As a writer, I often start with great gusto, then find my heart isn’t in it.

When that happens, it’s sometimes not the right book. It could be the right book – just not right now.

Sometimes I just need to take time out or go back through the outline – and then it all makes sense.

Often I need to write (and write and write), put it aside and then come back to it. If it’s not for the book, it usually can go in a blog – nothing is ever wasted.

But sometimes what you need to do is go back and ask some good questions.

This e-book has loads of questions - one of them could be the one, that gets you back on track.

What the eBook covers

 We will cover the following aspects of your book:

  • About You And Why You Are Writing A Book 
  • Success And Writing A Book 
  • About You, Your Business And The Business Of Writing A Book 
  • Your Personal Brand 
  • Your Book Ideas 
  • Your Book Plan 
  • Product Blueprint And Roadmap 
  • Market Research 
  • Your Book And Ideal Reader 
  • Your Book And Your Story 
  •  What Stands In The Way Of Writing A Book?  
  • Your Book Title And The Chapters  
  • Writing A Book And Your Time  
  • How Will You Write Your Book?  
  • Cover Design  
  • Publishing Your Book  
  • Marketing Your Book  

Use this eBook to discover what is the right book for you to write and publish.

Course Curriculum

Dale Darley

My mission is simple:

My mission is to encourage and empower you to step into the wisdom of your heart and embrace self-love, self-worth and confidence so that you discover that all-important inner peace.

About Me

Our past shapes us fundamentally. However, I believe that even in our darkest moments, we are on the right path, with the right people, and at the perfect crossroads to take stock and create our legacy.

I have had some dark moments, from stuff in childhood to leaving a man living a double to a run-down house in Spain with my dogs. A fractured spine with other complications shook the foundations of my being. Life likes a joke and when I discovered that I had a precancerous blood condition, I thought F t, I am going to live my best life.

When I learned to love and like myself, that was when I was able to declutter and say yes to life.

I want you to know that you are capable of achieving great things and that you possess the power within you to create the life you desire. When you believe in yourself and your abilities, you can overcome any obstacle that comes your way.

It is my hope that you will find the courage to step into your greatness and live a life filled with purpose, passion, and inner peace. Remember that you are worthy of all the love, joy, and success that the world has to offer. Embrace your strengths, and trust in yourself to navigate the journey ahead.

Let your light shine bright, and never let anyone dull your sparkle. The world needs your unique gifts and talents, and you have the power to make a positive impact in the lives of those around you. Believe in yourself, and watch as you achieve greatness beyond your wildest dreams.

Working with me is practical, immersive, soulful, experiential and fun. I love creating sacred spaces where we can honour who we are.

A bit of background

I hold an MBA from The University of Glamorgan, an ILM level 7 Executive Coaching certificate and an NLP Practitioners certificate. Prior to becoming a coach, I taught Executive Leadership, Assertiveness Skills and Knowledge Management. I have served in senior marketing management roles in the IT and manufacturing sectors.