Last week, we talked about the why and how of getting your book published. (Pick up the free guide on publishing your book here). Some of you reading may have been thinking to yourself, “This is all well and good, but I haven’t even written my book, much less thought about publishing it!” If that’s where you are, don’t worry because this post is for you. So, without further ado, here is a short addendum to last week’s post, focused not on publishing, but writing your own book.
Have you ever thought about writing a book? Statistics show that 80% of you just said (or thought) “yes!” And I know from personal experience that this is the case, because whenever people find out that I’ve written and published my own book, they invariably ask me about how they can do the same. However, even though you may have a book inside of you, chances are something has kept you from writing and publishing it. And as is the case with most things in life, what usually stops most people is that they just don’t know how to get started! As such, this post is intended to compel you to get going on publishing your book and provide some guidance on the steps involved in getting started.