Why You Should Finish Writing a Book #BucketList

Why You Should Finish Writing a Book #BucketList

There’s only so much time in your life. The other day, I worked out I may have 492 more months to live — if I live till 90. (That’s a big if). This wake-up call means for me: in 2020 I will be focussing on helping 100 authors to write, publish, and lift up their book.

It’s no good just having a daily to-do list. Will that inspire you and others? No! If you want to kick big goals, then you need to set your course for adventure…

If, like me, it comes easily to write, hurrah! You can outline and set about writing your book. But it doesn’t end there.

If writing for career/business expansion, you may need some help with the pitching and marketing steps. (There’s tools and resources for this in the club).

You need to be able to talk about your main messages clearly and to do this, it helps to input a system or methodology into your book. Otherwise it might end up a jumble of ideas — and people don’t need more ideas! Rather, they need simple systems to help their lives.

How to Finish Writing a Book

Many of us start writing multiple ideas out and perhaps proceed to mind mapping based on a focus. Some already know how to build a Book Outline.

That’s a great start! After the initial creative session though, sometimes the wheels fall off and as a novice you start to question things. Is this the right topic? What sub-topics should be included? How do I know it will be popular? Can I even say that I’m an authority?

This is just a normal part of being a beginner book writer. I went through it, as we all do. But don’t let these doubts derail you from writing this book. Almost everything about books can be researched – and in the Book Creation Success club we have a video that shows you how to research competing titles on Amazon.

You want to know that the book you’re forming will find a small GAP in the marketplace. This is not about category but about an angle. Some call it ‘a hook’. There has to be something your ideal readers want above all else that your book will provide.

Then, if you are extremely knowledgable on the area, you can also create a simple online course for your fans and followers to do.

If other writers in your community — or a writing coach — believes in your ideas, then it makes it that much easier to finish your book.

I hope you can find that community here at Business Author Academy. It’s much nicer and less frustrating than being alone in the publishing wilderness. You can start today with just a $10 trial.

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