The Book In You!
By: Chad C. Betz
"You should write a book!" Have you ever been told that, or have you thought that? If you have, your message resonates, and the world needs to hear it.
The biggest obstacle you will run into when writing a book is the little voice in your head that says you can't do it. You will find yourself giving every excuse not to do it.
You don't have the time.
People don't care what you have to say.
You don't know where to start.
Having a process makes taking on a challenge like writing a book much more manageable. A process provides a path. You know where to start, what steps to take, and how to finish. In my attempts to write a book over the last 20 years, I have had over a dozen false starts. I even completed a book but never tried to get it published. It wasn't until I wrote "Late Bloomer, It's not too late to succeed!, that I took an idea and developed my message into a published book.
Before I started writing my second book, I reviewed my steps in writing Late Bloomer. I did some things well and other things poorly. From those experiences, I developed a process for writing a book. By following this process, work on my second book has been more effective and much more fun. I finished my first draft quickly, and I am getting through the editing stage with confidence.
I detailed my book writing process in a white paper that I am making available to you using the link below for no cost. You can learn from my mistakes, develop your writing plan, and have the confidence to write your book. The five-step plan will help you go from idea to published book.
The plan details techniques to:
Clarify Your Idea
Set Goals To Complete Your Book
Write Your First Draft
Edit Your Book
Follow Through Once Your Book Is Written
Every journey starts with a step, and every book starts with an idea. Your message deserves to be heard by the world. Write your book. You can do it.
I am looking forward to reading it!