Have you been thinking about how to write a book, how to get published, or how to write an autobiography? Whether you’re a writer or not, is it your dream to start writing a book and becoming an author? Your dreams on how to write a book, how to make a book, or even how to write an ebook aren’t out of your reach!
When you’re learning how to write a book, you have to understand that it’s a large project, and it’s not something you’re going to accomplish overnight. So what’s the key to large projects? You break them down into tiny little steps. You’ve heard people say how do you eat an elephant. The answer is one bite at a time. And when you’re trying to write a nonfiction book, those rules still apply but in the form of a step-by-step process.
Write Your Book Step-By-Step
When setting goals it’s important to outline how you plan to accomplish such goals. Without an outline of how you plan to get to your goal, you will most likely find yourself at the end of the year having not accomplished what you set out. How frustrating. The same is true when writing a nonfiction book. When we do that, we develop a Book Map, which is a visual representation of your entire book. I can contend that if you only have 15 minutes, you can actually develop your strategy on how to write a book in 15-minute increments because it’s broken down in such small pieces that you can take those pieces you can write and assemble them into a comprehensive manuscript.
Watch below to learn How To Write A Book in Small Steps:
Your experience is unique. In fact, no one else has your story or lived through what you’ve learned. You are the only one who can do this, but if you’ve never written a book before, you probably don’t know how to get started. And how would you know? If you want to know how to start a book, how to publish a book, or how to write an eBook, The Book Professor is here to help.
You’re the only one who can do it — and I’m here to help!