Writing a book is as simple as it is difficult. Consistency does most of the tricks. Not starting is the first step to failing. Starting is how you get to bring your book out.
To begin with, you don’t just sit down to write a book. That’s not how writing works. You write a sentence, then a paragraph, then maybe if you’re lucky, an entire chapter. Writing happens in fits and starts, in bits and pieces. It’s a process.
The way you get the work done is not complicated. You take one step at a time, then another and another. As I look back on the books I’ve written, I can see how the way these works were made was not as glamorous or as mysterious as I once thought.
There are fundamental steps you need to write a book, and Jeff Goins have helped us outlines the entire process. Find them below…