How hard is it to write a book?

Writing a book is all about discipline. The discipline to research your audience and subject before you even put pen to paper. What is the story you want to tell? Is your story something other people are interested in?

Once you have a fair idea of the story line you simply start writing. Doesn’t matter if it is good or bad, just write. Get into the habit of writing. Have a notebook with you at all times so you can write down things you see or notice that may play a part in your book (or perhaps even the next book).

Write every day – try for a set number of words each day – set a goal and stick to it. When you commit to 2000 words every day you will have the first draft of your book finished in just over a month (assuming you aim for approximately 70,000 words).

Two thousand words is not a lot. This article alone is already 160 words to this point. You can write 2000 words every day, the most important thing is to keep writing. Think of it as going to the mental gym. Rather than working out physically to improve your muscle strength, you do a daily workout of your writing muscles.

Once your book is getting close to being finished, contact Complete-Publishing to help you with the publishing process. We take care of the 8 steps of publishing:

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Rather than getting distracted by technical tasks and learning new skills, you continue to focus on achieving your goal of writing your book. Our professionals will do the rest:

  • Editing your book
  • Layout and graphic design of the book and cover
  • Technical file type preparation for print requirements
  • File type conversion for ebook publishing requirements
  • Prepare your book for Print on Demand
  • Assign ISBN numbers to your book
  • Add your book to various catalogs so it can be distributed worldwide

 

(PS: this article is now 333 words, so write six of these articles every day and your book is finished in a month!)