Author Assessment


  1. Is your book completed (written and edited)?
  2. Have you completed the first draft of your book?
  3. Have you outlined your book?
  4. Have you identified your area of expertise or theme for your book?
  5. Have you completed research on your topic?
  6. Do you have 3 main points identified for your book?
  7. Have you identified what success as an author looks like to you?
  8. Have you researched what is needed to achieve your vision of success as an author?
  9. Have you written out your author goals and your plan to achieve them?
  10. Do you currently have the resources to reach your goals as an author?
  11. Do you plan on writing multiple books?
  12. Do you plan on writing being a main source of income?
  13. Do you have a writing plan?
  14. Do you have a publishing plan?
  15. Do you have a marketing plan?
  16. Have you identified your publishing tools?
  17. Can you describe your ideal reader (target audience)?
  18. Are you currently engaging your target audience?
  19. Have you begun building your brand as an author?
  20. Have you fully established your credibility with your target audience?

Your Responses:

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Kyla Thompson

Kyla Thompson

Say It Loud! Affirmation ABC's and Handwriting Practice

Kyla Thompson is passionate about helping others to become more confident through the power of their words. As a mother of two daughters, she understands the value of instilling mindfulness practices such as affirmations early in life. She strives to create impact through her volunteer efforts with organizations such as Girls, Inc., Girls Who Brunch Tour and Pink-4-Ever, Inc. She has authored and co-authored two books, two short-stories and an e-book, and is currently studying to obtain a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Download a FREE affirmation printable and learn more information about special pricing for bulk orders at






Say It Loud! Affirmation and Handwriting Practice is an interactive book that can help your child build self-confidence while learning. Your child will learn how to recognize and write letters of the alphabet with individual basic line tracing, expand their vocabulary by learning new words along with the definition, and most importantly build confidence in themselves by speaking positive affirmations in the form of “I AM” statements. To add to the fun of learning, your child can creatively color each sight picture and hang the affirmations somewhere where they can see and speak them daily. Teach your child how to manifest the things they want to be and see in their lives. Our words are our wand. Our words are powerful. It is one thing to think it, but to Say It Loud puts action to your thoughts. Help your child to manifest greatness into their lives through writing, reading, and speaking!



Write it! Read it! Speak it!

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