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How to Write a Book

Writing a book
Writing a book
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Okay guys so you want to know how to write a book. You may be asking, who made you an expert on writing a book? I'm glad you asked.

Most important: to write a good book, you need a good idea. No one wants to read a book without an idea, no matter how well written it may be. Always start with something to write about.

Let’s look at the practical aspect on how do you actually write a book?

It turns out it’s not that difficult. You basically work with the concept of course of time and money, where you break down exactly what you need to accomplish the desired goal.

However, some people write faster than others. Take myself for instance, I'm working on my third book which is going to be Non-fiction. Yes, I'm creating the characters from head to toe.

However, most of us aren’t actually able to write a decent book in just 60 days. This is because writing a book is different from journal writing or blog post writing or even article writing. Instead of just keeping your head down and pressing on, you need to constantly consider the overall arc and structure. Before you have a finished product you can be proud of, you’ll likely need to do major revisions along the way or at some point afterward.

The editing process will likely take as long as the actual writing, because you can no longer ignore the parts where you get stuck and ignored the problems. Now you need to solve the problems, provide more examples, clean things up, and turn your mass of words and draft chapters into an actual book. I'm proud to say I have a great publishing company and a awesome team of editors.

There, I've given you advice on how to get started with writing your book through this article.

Good luck!

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