Books published with Esther’s writing methodEsther Jacobs2023-02-05T20:21:40+01:00
Books published with my Reverse Writing method
Thousands of CEOs, entrepreneurs, marketers, coaches and other non-writers got their books written & published using my Reverse Writing method.
Below you’ll find a random selection of the books that have been published to date.
Will you be the next successful author?
“My book is proof that if you really want something, you can achieve it.
So just do it!”
Barbara Sevenstern, author of ‘Familiegeluk’
“Esther has been a source of inspiration for me from the moment I met her during a writing session.
That was years ago, but she keeps on inspiring me to this day.”
Jeroen Komen, author of ‘Ik kan vliegen’
“I laid the foundations of my book during Esther’s writing week.
She’s a pro, her reverse-writing method just works!”
Jolanda Wicherson, author of ‘Geef je bedrijf een kickstart’
“Thank you for the inspiration
to turn my challenge into an opportunity!”
Sandra Jacobs, author of ‘O, dus dat is WMO!’
“My book just got published!
It would have never been this good without Esther’s feedback.”
Anneke Veenendaal, author of ‘Verandering van spijs’
“Esther helped me to create a beautiful structure for my book during a writing week.
I admire her ability to ask the right questions. They help you structure your thoughts and story. Loved it!”
Karin Heesakkers, author of ‘Sterren in de klas’
“I’ve written and published my collection of poems within 3 months! It was a long-cherished wish of mine.
After attending Esther’s workshop, I discovered how easy writing a book actually is. Highly motivating & recommended!”
Lucinda van de Ven, author of ‘Parels van verdriet’
“I’ve finally managed to write down my story!
Esther’s inspirational guidance during her workshop proved to be the final push I needed.”
Virginia Jobse, author of ‘Solliciteren met je hart’
“I’ve learned a lot during the workshop and have been especially inspired
by Esther’s energy and the self-confidence she radiates.”
Inge Vuijk, author of ‘Revalideren is leren’
“My visit to Esther’s retreat inspired me so much!
I even gave it the honor of being the final scene in my novel.”
Monica Vanleke, author of ‘In bed met Boeddha’
“And then, all of a sudden,
there was a second book!”
Nienke Bloem, author of ‘De CX-travel guide’
“It give a lot of personal satisfaction not just the fact that you’ve written a book,
but the fact that you have actually something in your life that you can look back on, so that gives me a lot of inner peace.”
TJ Halbertsma, author of ‘Many worlds to conquer’
“I felt like a racing horse, having been stuck in the start gate for ages.
As soon as it opened, I went for it!”
Jacoline Steegstra, author of ‘Liefde kun je leren’
Are you serious about writing your book?
Don’t reinvent the wheel, like I did. As the author and co-author of more than 30 books, writing coach for hundreds of people and organizer of 20 writing retreats, I have finally found the best system for writing a good book: the ‘Reverse Writing’ method. If you begin at the end and create a good structure before you start writing, you will be able to follow your energy, instead of the page numbers.
Learn all tips & tricks in the live online workshop
Everything you need to turn your idea into a bestseller: practical advise, examples and inspiration about writing, publishing and promoting your book. Check out the ‘from idea to book’ workshop.
Private writing coaching is a unique opportunity to work on your book with my personal guidance and support. Book a single strategy session or plan a series of 1-on-1 calls. Do you want the best for your book?
A writing retreat on an exotic location?
During the online writing [email protected] or an all-inclusive retreat on my favorite islands or in the French Alps, you will work with like-minded people and get 1-on-1 guidance. The daily workshops help to get started, followed by focused writing time, delicious food and personal guidance & feedback. Where will we go?
The book ‘Reverse Writing’
Learn my Reverse Writing method (start with the back cover) in my brand new, super-comprehensive book ‘Reverse Writing’ and the companion workbook. You will find a step-by-step explanation, lots of examples, inspiration and practical tips about writing, promotion and publishing your book.
Original ideas and proven formats for your next bestseller
A successful book starts with a good idea. Check out the 10 best ‘formulas’ I’ve found for successful non-fiction books. Each of these ten proven formats gives you a different perspective, inspiration and examples you can adapt for your own book. Subscribe to my ‘interested in writing’ list for book inspiration & tips and immediately receive the PDF with 10 ideas for a successful non-fiction book.
In the early days, books were written on a typewriter or even by hand. Can you imagine how complicated that was: you had to think of your entire book before you started writing, you could only work from front to back, making corrections was tricky and sloppy, plus you can't change the order.
Fortunately, computers and word processors make it a lot easier these days. They also have super useful functions such as the spell check and 'search and replace'. And there are all kinds of great software and apps that can help make your book even better and facilitate writing. Only: you should of course not spend all your time to find the right tools, then there will be no time left for your book. Therefore, here's an overview.
Are you an entrepreneur, consultant, coach, speaker, healer, or professional? Did you know that publishing your book can have a positive effect on your business? It can boost your expert status by establishing yourself as a thought leader, it's the best egg business card you can imagine, it's a respectable achievement, plus you leave a legacy.
What do you do when you look around a bookstore? You select books with interesting titles and covers and then read the text on the back, right? When selling online on websites such as Bol.com or Amazon.com, you will also be the first to see the blurb or back cover text. And what do you send as an 'executive summary' of your book to a publisher to see if he is interested? Indeed; that same text, your elevator pitch.
The back cover is the most important page of your book. But how do you build it up? Below you will find the 6 important parts and a number of important tips for a good back cover.