A Spiritual Guide to Authorship
This online course will explore Spiritual strategies for producing one of the greatest stories untold (your story) which aligns with the structure of THE Greatest Book EVER Written (The Bible).
Pay close attention to how our desires should align with the will of God.
Develop writing goals that are easy to attain.
Practice a full-proof method to eliminating procrastination.
Destroy negative habits that have stifled the writer’s progress.
Learn that failure is an illusion (there is no failure in God).
Have all of the necessary steps for developing a completed manuscript.
The book of Genesis talks about how the Earth was lifeless, empty and dark. There was nothing. The Bible specifically states that the Earth was without form and void; and then God spoke:
LET. THERE. BE.
There was a Let There Be spoke into your life regarding authorship. Find out how and why it is important to create space to be invoke creativity.
In this module, we demonstrate how the books, classified as being “the law”, from The Bible parallel with authorship and “the law” of your book (also known as the copyright page). These books include Leviticus through Deuteronomy.
We also review/create key components that are necessary for starting your book writing process including the outline and the exterior cover.
In this module, we will demonstrate how the “history” books of the Bible parallel with the foreword of a book. We will also demonstrate how the “Wisdom and Poetry” books of the Bible parallel with the Dedication page of a book and address the matters of the heart.
The books of the Bible classified as history books include Joshua through Esther, depicting how The Israelites pressed “forward” from the yoke of bondage experienced at the hands of Pharaoh in Egypt.
In this module, we will explore how The Gospels along with the Major & Minor Prophets categories of the Bible parallel with the introduction and chapters of your book.
Your introduction should foretell of what the reader is going to experience in the pages to come. The Gospels give us the personality of Jesus as the Christ, Son of God, and the Son of Man. The Gospels also show fulfillment of the Old Testament. We will review how the chapters of your narrative bring out your writing personality and what your book is about.
In this module, we will demonstrate how the conclusion, acknowledgement, and references of your book align with the Acts of the Apostles, Epistles, and Revelation sections of the Bible.
Just as the book of Acts concludes the physical presence of Jesus on Earth and His ascension to Heaven, you are now ready to offer up this body of work. The Epistles of the Bible are referred to as the letters. Acknowledgements are letters as well.
The book of Revelation refers to the unveiling of something not yet revealed or known. References within a book reveal the sources you have used, allowing the reader to easily find what you have cited.
While KRL publishing does not provide marketing, we will gladly refer you to industry resources who understand the importance of marketing and how to receive visibility. In this bonus module, we feature more industry information for you to download and to equipped you with writing and publishing your book. We will also feature industry guests in upcoming webinars to provide you with pertinent information relative to publishing and marketing.
About Your Instructor
Kimberly R. Lock
Kimberly R. Lock, affectionately called Kim, is a dynamic speaker, publisher, author, and teacher with a passion to help women heal, forgive, and find their God given purpose.
Kim decided to create a space that would allow others to experience the same freedom and founded KRL Publishing. To date, KRL Publishing has guided and supported many authors on the journey of turning their ideas and stories into life impacting books. —Read More