Ginger Moran

Write a Mini Book for Maximum Impact–with Ease!

83% of people want to write a book—but only 3% will succeed. A full length book can be hard to write and time-consuming. But there is another way—a mini-book. Quick to write, easy to professionally produce, and a handy takeaway for customers and clients, a mini-book can quickly skyrocket your influence. Learn to write a quality mini-book in this session.   

Share your expertise with the world. You have a story to tell and wisdom to give—learn how to do it well in this session. Maya Angelou said, “There is no agony greater than an untold story.” We sometimes feel that we are too “ordinary” to write a book—but Maya Angelou, Dolly Parton, and many other inspirational people might have seemed ordinary too before they found their voice and shared their vision with the world.

In this session you’ll learn:

1. Learn why a mini-book is a powerful marketing strategy.

2. Discover how to write a mini-book.

3. Explore your mini-book topic.


Ginger Moran, PhD, taught writing at the university level at Spring Hill College, Fisk University, the University of Virginia, and James Madison University. She was the associate director of the University of Virginia Women’s Center.

A published and award-winning writer and educator, her areas of expertise are in nonfiction and fiction writing, and editing. She has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English from the University of Virginia and a Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Houston. She has published in, Oxford American, the Virginia Quarterly Review, and many other journals and magazines. Her first novel, The Algebra of Snow, was nominated for a Pushcart Editor’s Choice Award and published in 2012. She is a certified Martha Beck Life Coach and KMCC Creativity Coach and a member of the National Speakers Association Academy.

She currently works full time as a writer, book mentor, and editor who can be found at