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Ten Easy Tips For Writing  A Book

My hope is to have the books listed below completed by Summer 2017


As a little girl, I heard my older siblings and their friends talk about how good their man’s dick was and how if a man’s dick wasn’t good, they would not stay with him. Dick’s was always talked about as I grew up. I never heard what a man should do to get a woman or keep a woman. No more than I heard, you are valuable and deserve a good, honest, loving and kind man. More importantly, I was never taught to love self or value self. This type of talk was null and void as I grew up. If you read my book Perfectly Planned, you’d know exactly what I’m talking about. It was always, he got some good dick or he‘s got a big dick and it’s good. You see, the way the brain is set up, the subconscious mind stores or programs all thoughts, beliefs, patterns, emotions, and behaviors you are introduced to from the moment of conception. So, if I began hearing these conversations at about thirteen, imagine how strong that thought became in a few decades. It was important to have a man with some good dick, than having a man that loved, valued and respected you. So, here I am, forty-four years young talking about the most current dick I fell in love with....

Bio for Non-Fiction and Self-Help Writer Kelley Porter

The hard part for most writers, isn't getting a book published, it is writing the book. Publishing a book is very easy now-a-days seeing as though we have numerous self-publishing platforms. I personally use Create Space, an affiliate of Amazon. 

1. Create An Outline: I did not have an outline when I wrote my first book and my goodness, there was absolutely no structure. Write a table of contents to guide you. Then under each content, write sub-contents that go along with that chapter. Remember, there is a middle beginning and end, so make sure your outline is organized in this fashion.​

2. Start Small: Don't be in a hurry to finish your book. Write one page a day. Although for me, I sometimes wrote ten pages a day, however, I had the time to do so. But, you can definitely write one page a day.

3. Separate Files: Save each chapter in a separate folder so in case you have to go back and add something or the Universe downloads a great idea or message, you won't have to 'scroll' through the entire book to find it. That was the absolute worst for me; trying to find a section I wanted to add to and having to search the entire book. 

4. Set a Time: Each day I wrote in my book after I dropped my son off at school, however, I did not write on weekend as that was my time for me to do what I chose to do. Select a time each day and stick with it. 

5. Choose a Place: Believe it or not, my place of choice was the library and work. (Of course when it was not busy.) There was no way I was going to be able to write in the presence of child. I remember my son told me, he hated my computer. So, choose place where it is quiet and there will be no disruptions. 

6. Deadlines: I was so not good at meeting deadlines when it came to writing my books. Having a son, husband, running a business, staying in shape and keeping up with the Kardashians (just kidding) was way too much for me. But you can. Create deadlines that are easy to meet like, word count or writing one page per day. 

7. Feedback: Before publishing your book, have at least 3-5 people review your book. Preferably those who have written books before. Get feedback from them. An extra 3 or 4 set of eyes is always helpful. 

8. Word Count: How many words do you want your book to have? 

10,000 words: Book of Poems
20,000 words: Workbook or Guide
40,000–50,000 words: Good Size Non-Fiction book
60,000–70,000 words: Longer Non-Fiction book
80,000 words–100,000 words: Novel or Memoir 

​9. Do Not Edit: Don't attempt to go back and correct errors or you will never finish the book. Wait until the very end to edit your book or send it to a professional editor. Your job is to write, not edit. Don't worry about Microsoft 
red underline beneath misspelled words or the green underline beneath grammatical errors. Just write.

10. Finish the Book: Life happens and sometimes we get discouraged and distracted. Don't create any excuses and don't get in your own way. Finish that book. You have come to far to quit now. 


Kelley is a fearless, non-fiction and self-help writer known for her raw and transparent style. She self-published all five books and her first one, Perfectly Planned (Overcoming Incest, Rape & Sexual Abuse) is now sold in four countries. She hopes to have her upcoming books, "I Fell in Love With the Dick 'cus I Thought Dick Was It" as well as "White Supremacy, The Virus that Infected America and Black People" released by Summer 2017. When Kelley isn't shocking strangers with her unabridged writing, she's most likely shocking her husband and son with pranks around their home. 

​​​Kelley writes a monthly blog focusing on several different topics such as forgiveness, thoughts, emotions, relationships, healing and so much more that can be found at AuthorKellyTalks. Her passion for helping others in all aspects of life flows through her coaching practice, books and speaking engagements. You can find more information about her books by clicking on one of the books below. 


During the Dark Ages, white people were depicted as Caveman and Neanderthals and were found in Europe and Asia. During these time, these cave-men were portrayed in art and literature as bearded and covered in hair, and often having clubs and living in caves. They were also depicted as living outside of civilization as  there was an ongoing debate as to whether they were human or animal. Neanderthals were depicted as having protruding brow ridges, broad projecting noses, little or no protruding chin, rosy cheeks, red hair, straight thick hair and large eyes among other characteristics and to my knowledge none of those fits the characteristics of ancient black people or modern black people.

According to the National Geographic, everyone living outside of Africa today has a small amount of Neanderthal in them, carried as a living remnant of these ancient encounters. A team of scientists compared the full genomes of the two species and concluded that most Europeans and Asians have between one to four percent Neanderthal DNA. This has been known since 2010....