I'd suppose this book is partnered with the Memory List Question Book. It seems to take that first book to the next step. I guess there is only so much you can do in one little book so Ledoux had to write this one. Yet, when you get the Memory List book, it seems like so many questions. This book helps you do something with all the answers. It really helped me to move ahead.
What a blessing this book is going to be to me. I often find myself thinking, "What do I write next?" Well, this book is full of tips to move on from being blocked and even better on how to avoid getting into a block to begin with. This is a book written by a writer for writers.
What's it like to get up in the morning and write? Well, it's hard and I am glad to find this little book gives me ideas for making the early hours easier to get to. As with his other books, Ledoux makes this one feels like I am at workshop listening to him speak.
I've only been writing my memoir so far but it's possible that one day I'll want to help other people write theirs. This will be the book for me to use. I know Ledoux has a whole line of products for people who want to do what he calls memoir professional work. This is an interesting idea and I think Ive had a thorough introduction to it in this book.
I guess if I give up on writing, this'll be the book I'd turn to. I downloaded all of Ledoux's e-books because the first ones were so good. The Consumer's Guide was a bit of a stretch, but I was impressed with its usefulness to anyone who is contemplating finding a co-author to work with.