You have decided you want to write a book in the next year. One easy and effective way to accomplish the book-in-a-year goal is to take the day book writing challenge. The concept of this challenge is simple enough that any writer, no matter what their level, should be able to follow it to reach their goal. Most people who decide they want to write a book fail because they try to do too much in too little amount of time. This challenge leverages the fact there are days in a year and that you want to build a daily writing habit.
You are just 30 days away from writing a book that you can be proud of. Wherever you are in your journey to become a published author I can help you learn how to write a book and how to get it done fast! I am going to teach you the three very easy but essential steps to writing a book that you must take if you want to write a book that is publish worthy. The three steps I describe in this process seem simple but they are incredibly powerful. They are common sense strategies that our teachers tried to drill in to us but few of us actually took their advice. The steps include brainstorming, outlining, and then writing.
For most people, the answer is yes. In fact, since I've been in the Kindle publishing industry, I've received so many questions from people wanting to write their own book, but just not knowing how. Many are challenged with not having the time, they don't feel like they're a good writer, they feel insecure about not being an expert on a subject, or are simply too intimidated by the task of writing a book. I've been there before too.
What do writers really glean from these write-a-thons? We asked the WD writing community, and responses came in waves—with refreshing honesty, admitted mistakes, tales of redemption, palpable pride, self-deprecating humor, and, above all, contagious enthusiasm. Because who knows?