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:
- 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!
- You must write regularly. Regardless of your schedule, you must develop the habit of writing daily.
- 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.
- 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
- Start Writing:
- Gather Ideas
- Plotting Your Course
- Creating an Outline
- Creating Chapters
- Determine Your Audience
- Determine the Benefit
- Determine Your Book’s Theme
- Write Craft
- Balancing Chapters
- Writing Your Introduction: