How to write a non-fiction book

How to write a non-fiction book

Do you dream of writing a non-fiction book? Are you struggling to figure out where to start? If so, then this blog post is for you. This blog post will take you through a step by step process on how to write a non-fiction book. It starts off with helping you to chose an idea or topic, then it launches into giving your idea structure, and finally completing your first draft. The more structure or work you do before you write your first draft the easier the book will be to create and publish.

My Love-Hate Relationship With Scrivener

My Love-Hate Relationship With Scrivener

There’s more to writing a book than putting words on paper or to digital memory. Regardless of the genre of your book, you will need to go through a similar set of steps before you publish your book. To do this you will need a tool. When I first started writing, I started off using Word. Using a word processing programme was difficult. I had to format the document correctly from the first moment I typed my first word. This lead me to use Scrivener. It got a tonne of rave reviews from other well-respected authors, so I downloaded it to try. Fast forward 18 months, I’ve developed a love-hate relationship with scrivener. I would like to add my relationship is more love than hate. Here is my list of the pros and cons to using scrivener to write your first or next book.

5 Tips on How to Balance Writing, Work and Your Personal Life

5 Tips on How to Balance Writing, Work and Your Personal Life

One of the biggest challenges new or aspiring authors face is life balance. The act of balancing their personal life, a corporate job, as well as writing books. This balancing act can be overwhelming and can feel like you’re making no progress at all. This leads to many aspiring authors feeling like they don’t have enough time, and wanting to give up.

How to Create Great Writing Habits

How to Create Great Writing Habits

If you’re anything like me, then you dream of being organised but consistently fail. You’ve read a lot of information on creating great writing habits. But, these blog posts seem to be written by people who don’t get you. This blog post is different. It’s written by someone who is just like you. So, I’d love to invite you on my journey to overcoming writer’s procrastination and create great writing habits. So, let’s get started

How to Outline a Nonfiction Book

How to Outline a Nonfiction Book

Have you ever started to write a nonfiction book only to give up halfway? Some aspiring authors write a few chapters before running out of steam. While others fail to get started. These aspiring writers all face the same dilemma, the blank page. There are a few writers that manage to keep going and overcome the blank page, but their writing journey is like a never ending battle. You’re reading this blog post because you don’t want to give up half way. You also don’t want to face the nightmare of restructuring a book. You want to set yourself up for success. In this blog post. I will discuss the exact steps you need to take to outline a nonfiction book.

How to Come up With an Idea for Your Non-Fiction Book

How to Come up With an Idea for Your Non-Fiction Book

So, you’re dreaming of writing a non-fiction book for your business, but you have no idea where to start. Almost 82% of adults dream of writing a book. 78% of these aspiring authors want to write a book to inspire others, to position themselves as a thought leader, or to make money. A further 42% of these aspiring authors don’t know where to start. The path to publication is overwhelming and confusing for many aspiring authors. This is why I started this blog, to provide actionable advice and clarity around the publication process. Before you start writing a non-fiction book, you need an idea. So, how do you create an idea for your non-fiction book?

TAP001, Defining Success: The First Step to Writing A Novel

TAP001, Defining Success: The First Step to Writing A Novel

Congratulations, you’ve decided you want to become an author and publish your first book. Before you start writing your first book or next book, you need to consider what you desire. There’s nothing worse to waking up one morning and realising what you’ve created isn’t what you wanted, it’s the opposite, your worst nightmare. To avoid this not so pleasant event, you need, to begin with, the end in mind. But first, it’s important you define what success or failure means to you. What is your definition of success?

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