Good Girls Don’t Become Best-Sellers—Channeling Your Inner “Bad Girl” to Reach Your Dreams

This was written for women writers and anyone else who has a dream and worries that pursuing that dream might inconvenience someone else, read this and learn!

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I am currently reading Kate White’s I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This: Success Secrets Every Gutsy Girl Should Know. There are bad books, okay books, good books and great books. But there is another kind of book and it’s the rarest.

The game-changer.

White has a witty, sassy style. She is seamlessly intelligent and down-to-earth in her fiction. And guess what? Her nonfiction delivers more of the same.

I’ve never recommended a book I haven’t finished, but this one has me far too excited. Even if Ms. White devolves into dirty limericks for the rest of the book? I still feel I have spent my money well. There are some points she makes which I feel are especially poignant and applicable to writers.

Part of the reason I’m referring to her book in this blog (even though I’m not yet finished) is that I might just chicken out unless I…

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7 responses to “Good Girls Don’t Become Best-Sellers—Channeling Your Inner “Bad Girl” to Reach Your Dreams

  1. This is fantastic! I love the empowering messages to women.

  2. You are so funny, I’m sure you never paid anyone to follow you!

  3. Thank you for enjoying my Uganda blog. I have a down-to-earth sassy style too so when I read your remarks about Kate White’s book, it reminded me of myself. I’ll read more later and please come back and read mine.

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