Sara Connell

Bestselling Author & Writing Coach

http://www.saraconnell.com
Sara Connell is an author and writing coach with a private practice in Chicago. She has appeared in Oprah, Good Morning America, NPR, The View and Katie Couric. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Tri-Quarterly, Good Housekeeping, Parenting, IO Literary Journal, and Psychobabble. Her first book Bringing In Finn was nominated for ELLE magazine Book of the Year. www.saraconnell.com  
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“Stay rooted in your beliefs” to become a great author, an interview with Sara Connell & Kourtney Whitehead

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“Write the best god damn book that you can possibly write, ”an interview with bestselling authors Sara Connell & Sabri Suby

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“Use your free will and take action” to write a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Julie Ashby

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“Cherish your book like a baby” an interview with authors Sara Connell & Beth Warren

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“Send thank you notes to people who help you along the way” to becoming a great author, an interview with authors Sara Connell & CJ Scarlet

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Becoming a great author “is a truly collaborative effort,” an interview with authors Sara Connell & Ron Coury

by Sara Connell
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“Prepare for haters” if you write a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Chip Huyen

by Sara Connell
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“Trust your instincts” when writing a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Beverly Engel

by Sara Connell
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“Having a support group” is a must when writing a bestseller, an interview with authors Sara Connell, Victoria Scott & Lindsay Cummings

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“Success and rejection are close siblings” in writing a bestseller, an interview with authors Sara Connell, Lee Goldberg & Tod Goldberg

by Sara Connell
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A book that sparks a movement is “the most intimate form of communication,” an interview with authors Sara Connell & Ali Wenzke

by Sara Connell
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“Know what game you’re playing” in becoming a great author, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Marissa Orr

by Sara Connell
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“Progress trumps perfection every time” when writing a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Michelle Stonhill

by Sara Connell
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“Fail fearlessly” in learning to become a great author, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Doug Hall

by Sara Connell
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“Do the work to get what you want,” an interview with authors Sara Connell, Jamilyl & Tracy-Ann Samuels

by Sara Connell
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“Uncover and listen to the quiet, confident, inner voice deep in your stomach” to become a great author, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Claire Booth

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“Have your ear to the ground” when writing a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Dr. Will Cole

by Sara Connell
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“The world is thirsty for true and honest life experiences like mine,” an interview with authors Sara Connell & T.J. Menhennitt

by Sara Connell
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“Patience and rigor are key” in writing a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Fatimah Asghar

by Sara Connell
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“I can keep my book fresh” by self-publishing, an interview with bestselling authors Sara Connell & Verne Harnish

by Sara Connell
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Great writers “need to deeply understand the hopes and fears of their audience,” an interview with authors Sara Connell & Santiago Jaramillo

by Sara Connell
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“Where you write matters” in becoming a great author, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Cynthia Johnson

by Sara Connell
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Your vision for sparking a movement must be “credible, viable, practical, worthwhile, and achievable,” an interview with authors Sara Connell & Mark C. Scholz, MD

by Sara Connell
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“Create what you want to be a part of” in writing a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Simone Edwards

by Sara Connell

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