Welcome to my blog

Welcome to my blog. Here you will find tips that will help you write books and articles that establish you as the expert in your market.
                   --Lee Pound

August 2020
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Five Reasons Why You Need to Write

Writing is the key to effective communication. Every time you put words together you are writing. Here’ how to be effective when you write. […]

Five Ways to Get Started on Your Book

You can get started on your book today. All you need to do is take action. These five steps will make a big difference. […]

Why You Must Write A Book

How to design your business, then use writing a book to attract the customers and clients you want. […]

Why Writing Quality Matters

How to master the writing techniques that create an emotional experience for your readers, attract attention, and create interest in your programs. […]

2010 – The Year of the Book

2010 is the Year of the Book. Write your book this year and join the elite ranks of published authors who attract targeted clients and customers with books. […]

Insights from Joel Bauer’s Passion2Profit

As a business person, the most important success steps you can take are to write a book, get started now and don’t try to be perfect, get more education, and act on what you learn. […]

Seven Mistakes That Will Get Your Novel Rejected

As a writing coach and book editor, I’ve seen too many novelists, with the very first line they write, destroy their chances of ever getting published. […]

Getting Started With Your Writing


I hear this question almost every time I tell someone I am a writing coach:

“I would like to write a book some day. How do I get started?”

Even in my Protege Program we work a lot on the basic problem of beginning to write, finding time to write, getting in the mood […]

Is My Book Good Enough?


People keep asking me whether their book is written well enough for publication.

This is a difficult question to answer. In my experience only a professional editor or publisher can tell you when your book is ready. Many details that the average writer knows nothing about will affect readiness. These include: Overly wordy copy […]