Writing a book? Resources to guide you—no matter where you are in your journey

TLDR: I’ve broken the resources below down by your current writing situation, so feel free to scan for the headline that grabs you—and dig into a resource to support your journey. I clearly remember the day I sat down to write my book. Well, to be honest, not the exact day—more like an amalgamation of days […]

Episode 36 | The true ROI of writing a book

Many aspiring authors anchor to one thing early in the book-writing process—often before they’ve even written a word: potential book sales. They do the math: how many books will I have to sell to make back my investment (time and money)?   But that’s a false equation, because the true ROI of a book isn’t […]

How writing my first book led me to live in Portugal

In 2012, I was a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati, attending with a full tuition assistantship working part-time at a scientific journal on campus. I was also running my business, which I had started three years earlier while living in the Dominican Republic, and had been working since the age of 14. While […]

Episode 35 | Busting 5 book-writing myths—and why you should write yours

  Over the past decade-plus in the industry, I’ve heard every reason for not writing a book. And inevitably, those “reasons” are connected to myths—untrue beliefs that stop would-be authors before they even get started writing their books. In this episode, I bust five of those myths and explain why now, not later, is the […]

How to turn your expertise, idea, or story into a successful book

It wasn’t that long ago that I was dreaming of writing a book. In fact, it had been a lifelong dream, born in second grade in the pages of The Chronicles of Narnia and my first medaled poem. Since elementary school, I have been obsessed with words. In junior high and high school, I took […]

Episode 34 | What it’s like to write a book with leadership advisor and NBS student Mike Green

  In 2020, Mike Green’s wife said to him, “You should write your book.” Like so many of us, Mike was at home, shut off from normal life during the earlier days of COVID. Days later, he joined Nonfiction Book School, my program for aspiring authors. This week on the podcast, Mike Green shares his […]

Episode 32 | Write that book: a conversation with author and NBS student, Lindsey Weigle

In this podcast episode, I connect with author and Nonfiction Book School student, Lindsey Weigle. Lindsey joined Nonfiction Book School last fall to finish writing her book, Enough Already. The first two-thirds of the book came easily, and while she was driven to complete the first draft of her book, she was stuck and unsure […]

Episode 24 | What “beyond better” means—and hello, season 3!

This episode kicks off a brand new season and a new name for the podcast: Beyond Better. I share the story behind the name and how the concept of creating a life that is beyond better impacts every area of my life, including my relationships, work, and more. Be sure to subscribe to the pod […]

An update on Season 3—plus a guest appearance from my son

This week, I’m sharing an update on all things content-related, including Season 3 of this podcast and the StacyEnnis.com blog. Plus, I share a brief update on Nonfiction Book School. Keep listening for a special guest segment from my five-year-old son, Max.   Connect with me and send your questions for a future episode at […]