Your quiz results show that pausing your book project for six to eight months is a wise move – and there’s no need for guilt or shame. Use this time to pursue other passions with all your energy because when the time is right, your book will require your focus. 

There are ways, however, to keep your creative spark alive. It’s as simple as creating a dedicated folder, digital or otherwise, to keep inspiring quotes and valuable research. 

You can also record your thoughts on a transcription app and save that in your folder. This way, you won’t face a blank screen when you’re ready to dive back into your book.

When you’re ready to get a customized plan, sign up for a free, 30-minute Book Talk Tuesday session. We’ll discuss your specific needs, budget, time constraints, and writing goals, so you can get your manuscript in motion. 

I’m Erin Donley, a ghostwriter and book coach, specializing in personal growth, memoir, and professional growth genres. I’m also wildly committed to supporting your book dreams, as it’s one of the most fulfilling accomplishments a person can achieve. 

Whenever you’re ready to take the next step, book a time on Book Talk Tuesday, and we’ll figure out a plan that’s right for you. 

Warm regards,

Erin Donley