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Organize the content of your book

We want to share the step-by-step process you need to create a book map for your nonfiction project.

When you have a message that will make a difference in people’s lives, you want to do everything you can to get your words out of your head and onto the page. 

You’re in the right place if you’re dreaming of f-i-n-a-l-l-y writing that book. Can you imagine the joy of sharing a message that guides your readers to encounter and experience life in a new way?
 
Desire is strong, but where do you start?

Are you longing to write a book that shares the message on your heart?

All you need is a planning framework and template that gives you a road map to plan and organize your book.

We'd like to give you one.

It’s our passion to help you get that book out of your heart and onto the page. 

The Organize the Content of Your Book Masterclass is a three-part video course designed to teach you the step-by-step planning process that prepares you to write your nonfiction book.

CLARIFY the vision of your book

PINPOINT reader benefits

DEFINE your unique angle

IDENTIFY the chapters in your book

STRUCTURE the content of each chapter

PREPARE to write using our PLANNING TEMPLATE





We want to put the road map in your hands to make it happen.

Your book Can Make a Difference!

Masterclass
Training

During the ORGANIZE THE CONTENT OF YOUR BOOK Masterclass you will receive:

The Masterclass Training provides immediate access to an online training course that includes three Teaching Videos and a digital Workbook, plus a fill-in Planning Template you can use electronically or print out and write by hand. 

DIGITAL
WORKBOOK

The 15-page implementation guide accompanies the teaching videos, providing the detailed written guidance you need for implementation. A blank planning template is included for you to duplicate and use again and again.

MASTERCLASS
COACHING

Includes the full Masterclass Training, Implementation Guide and Planning Template, PLUS a LIVE one-hour workshop with Q&A where we present additional examples from each step of the organizing process and answer all your questions. The LIVE workshop takes place on Thursday, February 18th at 4 pm Eastern (New York).

A preview  of the Workbook

Once the content of your book settles in your mind and makes sense, you’ve got several options for your next steps. You may consider inviting someone to walk through the chapters with you. Having an outside perspective brings in fresh energy. Your options include reaching out for a friend edit, hiring a writing coach, or working with a developmental editor who is skilled at helping you see the gaps and tighten the premise to ensure your solid foundation for your writing project. 

Choose Your Next Steps

PART 4

Your aim in Part Three is to write a summary statement or premise for each chapter to communicate the fundamental concept of that chapter. The premise for each chapter clarifies the content and guides your planning. This step helps you identify and refine the reader’s journey through your book content with the goal to fulfill the promise you make to your readers. When you view your chapters as a whole, you can step back and look at the big picture to be certain each chapter meets your reader’s needs and is presented in a way that makes sense.

Structure the Content of Each Chapter

PART 3

Once you clarify the vision for your book, you continue the mapping process by creating a chapter outline. Starting with a brainstorm session, you get all the ideas out of your head and onto paper where you can see what you have and work with it. You’ll have the chance to describe the journey you want to take your reader on. What changes does your reader desire to see in their lives? How does your book content support the transformation they’re looking for? By creating provisional chapter titles, you’ll be ready to structure the content of each chapter. 

Identify the Chapters in Your Book

PART 2

You begin by creating a simple book map to help clarify the vision for your nonfiction book idea. Understanding the vision builds a solid foundation before you outline the content of your book. You will create a working title and premise that summarizes what your book is about, who it is for, and why they will be interested in your message. Gaining a deeper understanding of your purpose and the needs you meet in your reader’s lives helps you decide your unique angle that will help your book stand out in the crowd.

Clarify the Vision of Your Book Idea

PART 1

Once you clarify the vision for your book, you continue the mapping process by creating a chapter outline. Starting with a brainstorm session, you get all the ideas out of your head and onto paper where you can see what you have and work with it. You’ll have the chance to describe the journey you want to take your reader on. What changes does your reader desire to see in their lives? How does your book content support the transformation they’re looking for? By creating provisional chapter titles, you’ll be ready to structure the content of each chapter. 

Identify the Chapters in Your Book

PART 2

Your aim in Part Three is to write a summary statement or premise for each chapter to communicate the fundamental concept of that chapter. The premise for each chapter clarifies the content and guides your planning. This step helps you identify and refine the reader’s journey through your book content with the goal to fulfill the promise you make to your readers. When you view your chapters as a whole, you can step back and look at the big picture to be certain each chapter meets your reader’s needs and is presented in a way that makes sense.

Structure the Content of Each Chapter

PART 3

Once the content of your book settles in your mind and makes sense, you’ve got several options for your next steps. You may consider inviting someone to walk through the chapters with you. Having an outside perspective brings in fresh energy. Your options include reaching out for a friend edit, hiring a writing coach, or working with a developmental editor who is skilled at helping you see the gaps and tighten the premise to ensure a solid foundation for your writing project. 

Choose Your Next Steps

PART 4

The Self-Publishing Guide will guide you through the steps you need to put your Bible study into the hands of your reader. Full of helpful tips, valuable step-by-step guidance, and most valuable of all a walk-through video showing you exactly how to publish your book using Kindle Direct Publishing. 

Self-Publishing Guide

BONUS

WHAT WILL I LEARN IN

- Teresa Dickhoner

a legacy project to honor my mother-in-law, a small window into the life of a woman I grew to love very much. This self-published project is a special Christmas gift for each of her grandchildren."

"FlourishWriters equipped me with the knowledge and connections I needed to compile and publish

- Gladys Guitz

 I felt that I found somebody who understands me in the challenges of writing a book and not being a professional writer and not writing before. I finished the project that God called me to do. Praise the Lord!”


"God put in my heart to write His story. He provided FlourishWriters to accomplish His calling. 

WHAT PARTICIPANTS WANT YOU TO KNOW

- Jackie Scott

This masterclass showed me how to create a book map and chapter outline. I organized my content into a coherent message and the writing began to flow again. Planning is not a straightjacket, but it empowers you to write with purpose."

"I was 25,000 words into my memoir, and I hit the wall. I got lost in my story and stopped writing.

- Cheryl Shumake

I am most grateful for the community; a tribe of transparent writers whose desires mirror my own; to glorify God and bless others with our talents.”

"At FlourishWriters we receive instruction and best practices from talented and proven authors.

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A WORD FROM WRITERS LIKE YOU

Creating a book map and chapter outline is a big job, but here’s a bonus that removes the barriers to getting started. The fill-in PDF Planning Template can be used electronically or printed out and filled in by hand if you prefer. It’s yours to keep, so you can use it for this book project and any future books you plan to write.

The Planning Template pairs with the Masterclass Implementation Guide by providing write-in space for all your brainstorming, planning, and organizing, including a one-page outline for each chapter.

The final page of the template presents a 6-question checklist that guides you to step back and review your book map and chapter outline as a whole. When the template is complete, it will keep you on track as you write your book.

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We designed the Organize the Content of Your Book Masterclass to fast-track your writing journey by sharing the step-by-step process you can use to create a book map and chapter outline.

You don’t need to spend years figuring this out. We want to equip you to get your passion project into the hands of your readers.

We pray this Masterclass helps you craft a reading experience that will transform lives.

You have the vision, now let us give you the roadmap to turn your vision into a book that will bless others for a lifetime.

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Hey There! We're the co-founders of FlourishGathering and FlourishWriters, and we're passionate about helping women grow in God’s Word. Together we have authored and published Bible Studies and devotionals, workshops, online conferences and training courses. For those desiring to share their God Story in writing, we are guides who help birth stories from the heart to the page.

Jenny Kochert & Mindy Kiker

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