Annual writing sprints like NaNoWriMo have many experienced and new authors alike testing their limits. Writing a book — a carefully, beautifully constructed book — does take time. Usually, much longer than 30 days. Yet trying this exercise is useful for building discipline, focus and just getting the first draft done. Here are 8 tips to help:.
How To Write A Book In 30 Days Or Less
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Getting started with writing a book can be daunting. I know, I've written two of them. But, here's the thing: it really doesn't have to be that intimidating. It's a simple matter of organization and consistency. I used two different strategies when writing my two books. You can use either one, it's really just a matter of personal preference. I will cover both strategies below, but pick the one you think best suits your personality.
How I Wrote a Book in 60 Days
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.
However, while many people want to write a book, most fail. Approximately how many words do you want it to contain? Instead of choosing to write about everything under the sun, you can be very specialized and keep the book short.