How to Write a Book in 30 Days Coaching Course

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Course launches March 1, 2024

Is this the year you will become a published author?


How to Write a Book in 30 Days leads you through more than putting words on paper!

  • Learn the process of forming a specific idea or message that takes your reader on a journey, from beginning to ending, and beyond.
  • Learn how to be a better writer. Being a better writer doesn’t mean using bigger, fancier words, or more of them. It means communicating your idea elegantly and simply in a way that captivates your reader.
  • Learn to understand your reader. Your words speak to a single person; it’s an intimate conversation. The magic of a book is that you can have this one-on-one conversation with a thousand, or even a million readers at a time.
  • Discover that your book is not the product you’re selling. Your readers aren’t just buying your book; they’re buying into the promise your book makes. When you understand this, you have the power to lead your readers on a journey that can change their lives. That’s the real power of a successful book.

Can I do this in 30 days? Really?

The premise behind How to Write a Book in 30 Days assumes a few things:

  1. This can be accomplished in 30 eight-hour days—240 hours. You can commit 30 sequential eight-hour days, one eight-hour day per week for 30 weeks, two hours a day for 120 days. Whatever your schedule permits!
  2. You must write regularly. Regardless of your schedule, you must develop the habit of writing daily.
  3. Your book will be 30,000 words. It may be a little more or a little less, but your target is 30,000 words when you’re finished.
  4. You must know your subject matter. If you’re going to write a book in 30 days, you’ve got to already know what you’re talking about.

How To Write a Book in 30 Days Coaching Course Modules

  1. Start Writing:
  2. Gather Ideas
  3. Plotting Your Course
  4. Creating an Outline
  5. Creating Chapters
  6. Determine Your Audience
  7. Determine the Benefit
  8. Determine Your Book’s Theme
  9. Research
  10. Write Craft
  11. Balancing Chapters
  12. Concluding
  13. Writing Your Introduction:

5 reviews for How to Write a Book in 30 Days Coaching Course

  1. Rebecca Shirey

    To Steve Spillman and the editorial and design team at True Potential, Inc. Steve, I’m thankful you reached out to me, eventually making this publishing project possible. I’m indebted to the skill and craftsmanship of everyone at True Potential. Thank you for promoting and preserving the message of Sight UnSeen.

  2. Jacob Thompson

    Steve Spillman, thank you for believing in me, encouraging me, and providing me with an opportunity to have this book published. May this be the beginning of a great partnership.

  3. Jonathan Campbell

    Steve, thank you for publishing this work, talking me through my questions, coaching me often, reminding me I’m a whippersnapper, and always having an answer to “What do I do now?” Without you, Room 6060 would be a note hidden away on my laptop.

  4. Rebecca Keener

    To Steve Spillman and True Potential Publishing. Thank you for being a voice of wisdom and guidance in my life to continue in the call of God to write and share the message of Christ.

  5. Ronda Rolph Stone

    Thank you, Steve Spillman and True Potential; God used you to help me say “yes” to writing this book. Your encouragement and help were invaluable throughout the process of bringing His Healing Place to fruition.

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