How to Write a great BookWriting a great book
Getting a big book written quickly - by the 47 -year-old writer
Are you aiming to make a new year' s work? Some of my textbooks were published in two working nights. Its longest (95,000 words) lasted 28-day. A number of them have been selected in various clubs and awarded literature prizes. Quick typing does NOT mean reducing print qualitiy.
Here's the hope that the same hints will help you when you are writing your first or next one! Writing a quality textbook quickly - 10 hints to get it ready! Conduct your fundamental research before you begin design. Authors like to literate. As soon as you stop designing to find the research you need, you are tempted to not only review this research, but also the next paper and the next trial and the next study.
Earlier than you think, you've spent three long hrs on rereading the fascinating research information you definitely don't need to type your work. Sketch the whole of your work before you begin. You will be thrilled to begin every new morning, because you will know exactly where you are going next. You will also see where there may be overlaps and remove those superfluous parts before you take the timeframe to design them.
Rereading can dissipate your precious creative work! Reread only in the processing stage. Think of a write race. Simply isolate yourself from diversions and concentrate on your work, 10 to 14 lessons a full working day, 6 nights a week, until it is ready. That is, maximise your "breaks" to do what it takes to survive 12 or 14 hrs of workday.
You will be very sleepy and react very quickly to everything because of your tiredness. Share your curriculum and lessons with other students. It is very hard to understand why you answer your doorbell after telling your neighbours, your boyfriends and family that you are on a write run and are not available until the date of the X-date.
Speak, review or tape. It' I like to see it on hard copy or on the monitor as I type, and I type very quickly. However, you can change or supplement these formats at any time during the processing stage. When you' re ready to shoot, get your favourite machine and go. Submit your chapter to Elance.com or Rev.com and have the tipped parts of the script sent back to you within 24 to 48 hrs at minimum costs.
Capture your lessons, words and pages as you get going. By the end of each working days, recorded working time, words typed, pages made. Be sure to continue typing every single working week until you do. When you' ve had a hard days of typing and you' re at your rate early in the morning, you can give yourself a good rewards and stop early.