Part of a Mini Series on Writing Your First Book
I last discussed that today, writing a book is as easy as opening up a word document in your computer, and making notes as you go along.
Don’t worry about grammar and format for now, as that will be covered just ahead. Start putting your notes together and spend a little bit of time each week on this.
Cut out some of your entertainment if you need to. I assure you that you have the time for this. Own it and make this your project.
Part 2 of a Mini Series on Writing Your First Book
I last discussed how everyone should write a book in this day and age. It is easy, and very rewarding despite the time that you will put into it.
Having your own book is your “baby.” It is something to be proud of. If you ever built something cool with your own hands, you know what I mean. This is what writing a book is like.
Now that you made the decision to write a book, the first question should be, what will it be about? Should you write Fiction or Nonfiction?
Part 1 of a Mini Series on Writing Your First Book
As you may know, I am a bestselling author with more fiction and non-fiction books to come.
I want you to join me as an author. I will make several points on why and how throughout this series.
Writing your fist book: Should you write a book? Why?
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