Write a Self-Help Book

It is common to begin with great gusto and enthusiasm when writing a self-help book, throwing ourselves in, getting caught up in the excitement, but most of us will run into problems at some point, some even abandoning our writing altogether.

Stumbling blocks are commonplace, particularly when it comes to writing a self-help book. The important thing to remember is that you are not alone and you will actually get to write the words ‘The End’ if you stick with it.

☺ As the old adage goes: there’s a book inside everyone.

When embarking on writing your first self-help book, you need to be mindful that it is a long-term project. However, by following the steps in this guide and committing the time to write every day, you can complete a quality manuscript in just ninety days. In fact, if you intend to write a short self-help book of 40,000 words or a 100 pages on a simple concept on which you are very knowledgeable, it is possible that you could go from the initial concept to a finished manuscript in as little as four weeks. Continue reading “Write a Self-Help Book”

Time Management When Writing a Novel

Time Management

Novels vary greatly in length, but you can write a really good novel that is somewhere between 70,000 and 90,000 words. Many of you may think that the reason you are not writing is because you don’t have the time. But that’s very unlikely to be the case. It’s most likely to be that there’s a very much deeper reason in your unconscious mind probably relating to lack of confidence or belief in your ability to write a novel that will sell. Continue reading “Time Management When Writing a Novel”