I get this question a lot. Here are some of the top writing projects I’m working on of late. If you have thoughts or feedback on any of them, of course, you know where you can get me.
Writer, SheTaxi – an awesome, POSITIVE portal of inspirational stuff for women, it has been an honor and pleasure working for Peggy Paul and her team taxi ladies! I look forward to being a guest blogger for them in the months to come.
The MSL Guide, 2nd eBook edition – two forces around this one: 1. ebooks have officially taken over hardcopy books in terms of sales, and 2. people have been telling me for years I must. Do. Follow up on this book. So, my MSL fans will get both – the book in eReader format AND bonus material, answering the #1 question I get as a consultant to the aspiring and current MSLs of the world. What is that question? Well, you’ll have to read the book to find out!
FTE-PTEs – This book. Is. Cranking. It’s odd as I’ve shared before, that once you set your intent for a book (or any project, really) with the universe, it completely unfolds for you and brings you what you need. This book will rock, because this is what the future of work will look like in this country. I am stoked to share the stories of the interviewees from this one.
Children’s Pharmacy Book Project at Butler – this one isn’t out in the media much…yet. But it will be very soon. You get a sneak preview since you come here first to get the scoop. We have 9 students from 3 different colleges working on an AMAZING project–to develop a children’s book about pharmacy! Although I’m not writing this one, the idea came to me from several conversations with my co-workers at Butler. The students have drafted concepts and they are equally awesome. Big voting is due today on how to proceed on the project, and I can’t wait to see the results.
I have a few other writing tricks up my sleeve too. FINALLY going to attend a writer’s conference next week, BizBookLab 2011, and see the world famous Powell’s books while I’m out in Portland (better late than never). My only big fear is that I’ll fall in love with the city and the bookstore and never leave.
So, that’s what I’m working on. What are YOU working on??? I look forward to hearing about it!