What is your dream worth?
Author Sophfronia Scott, one of our Women on Fire sisters, overcame huge obstacles to learn the answer to that question.
She had to move past unthinkable tragedy and even give up her own successful business to become the writer she knew she could be.
Now she has arrived!
Three of Sophfronia’s books are being published: her second novel, Unforgivable Love; a collection of essays; and a book on faith she co-wrote with her 13-year-old son.
In the November interview, Sophfronia shares how she maintained her determination through life’s challenges to meet such lofty goals.
Listen here as she describes how she used the wisdom and support from the Women on Fire community to help keep her dreams on track:
In the rest of the interview, you’ll also learn:
- The moment that convinced her to commit to her writing
- How she got an agent and her advice to others looking to be published
- Her ideas for keeping a positive attitude in the face of rejection
- How she organizes her daily writing practice and the way she adds companionship to her solitary work
- About the days following the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, where her son was a third-grader, and what gave her family strength
- How she was finally able to write about the horrific experience
- Her views on faith and raising a spiritual child
- Ways she maintains her authenticity while marketing herself and her work
- The writer who has most influenced her
And the After Interview features another Woman on Fire sister, Janina Serden Sebesky, who is planning a special celebration for Sophfronia’s book releases.
To hear the rest of this inspiring interview, join the Women on Fire Monthly Membership today.
You will become part of what New York Times’ best-selling author Marianne Williamson calls “the ultimate ‘you go, girl’ community for inspiration and support.”
You have until November 5 to receive the full interview with Sophfronia, your personalized coaching materials, access to the Women on Fire private Facebook page and much, much more.
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