‘I haven’t got the time to write my book and even if I did have the time, I don’t know where to start’.
Does that sound familiar?
Well, I can save you a lot of time and show you, step-by-step, how to start and how to keep going until you have your finished manuscript.
My author’s blueprint will take you through the process that I use when I’m working with clients, the process I use when I’m ghost-writing and the process I use for my own books. I’m a published author and I have self-published. My first book reached the final of The People’s Book Prize. This is a tried and tested framework that I have faith in.
Download the blueprint now and you will be taken through a process that includes:
Your reader, who are you writing for?
The core message you’re sharing through your words.
Whether to write fiction or non-fiction?
The voice, who is telling your story?
Your title and why it’s worth thinking about the potential implications early on.
Whether you would like to be published or self-published?
Some initial research that will help you.
Collecting, collating and structuring your ideas.
Chapters and word count options.
Once you have your first draft, what do you do next?
For £47, you will have everything you need to start writing your book. If you’re selling your book for around £10, you will have paid for this with less than five book sales!
If you have set yourself a deadline of six months to get the first draft of your book finished, then you are aiming to actually have your words written in five months so you can spend a couple of weeks not looking at them before your final read through and edit. For a non-fiction book, with a minimum of 70,000 words, that would mean 14,000 words a month for five months, which is only 3,500 words a week. Once you’re on a roll you’ll easily average 1000 words an hour, so that’s only about four hours a week. Totally Doable!
Are you ready to write your book and make your story count?