Where to go to Write a BookGo where to write a book?
Do It Now
I' ve always promised myself that one day I would write a book. Best piece of writing I ever got was put your ass in a seat. Get your ass in that seat and get to work. And the most frequent apology I receive is, "I don't have time." You say you don't have a minute to write a book.
Well, I started to write my first two stories by 15 mins. Commenting on a Saturday, Jeff Goins said: "Writing five lessons on a Saturday is not nearly as precious as every 30 minute day." So don't put it off till the weekends. When Kimanzi Constable said to me that when he started to write his first few volumes, the best way to get his work done was in a quick, easy way.
It is the best way for those of us who have a lot to do to write a book. Fifteen mornings before. What is more important, however, to have fifteen-minute nap or your own book? Rise fifteen-minute earlier and work. As a matter of fact, now I find that I can not get that fifteen minute asleep because I felt the inner pressures to get up and write.
Again, do you want to be sitting around and listening to an American idol talking about, or do you want to get another a few hundred words done for your book? Dine for fifteen mins, then close your door/cabin and write. You' ve got to be free of any distraction to get the most out of your little piece of work.
Fifteen-minute night. It can be harder here sometimes, but Trust me, it's there. So how much of your precious Facebook or TV watching shows? Have a look at some of our traditional nights and you will see that there are many places where you can spend your free day.
Take this opportunity to write your book. If you do it more, you can write more quickly. If I have organised and devised my history, I can wind out about 1,000 words in 45 mins. Note down the basic concept of your book. It is a straightforward passage about what the book is about.
It' good to have it on the record. Next, I make an outlines. Says Guy Kawasaki doesn't start to write until the design is ready. Rather than a conventional silhouette, I am creating what I call a "scene map". I' ll know where the end of the line is with this card.
If you' re not just a war and peace writer, this should only require one or two pages of papers. Simply write down the name of your character, what they look like, what they do, what you think they should know, their interests and peculiarities. Many authors have day-to-day objectives in counting words. I' m at the point where I use them.
However, if you write a book in your free timeframe, I suggest a different angle. As you will find fifteen minutes of bags, please adjust a timers for your allocated times and write. Don't be worried about how many words you've filled in. Do not forget not to make any edits at this point.
They have the necessary know-how and the necessary timeframe. Don't bother with publication or sales question. You need to get started on your paper. That'?s the year you can write your book. You can do it in your free timeframe.