Thursday, 30 June 2016

How to Write a Book in Four Weeks

Writing a book is great.

Writing a book quickly is even better IMHO.

Why?

Because it not only means that you can write more books every year, but writing quickly leaves you no time for second guesses and self doubt.

If you want to hit a daily writing target, then you have to sit and write and not waste time with being your own self critic or trying to edit as you write.

And when you see great writing courses like Write Any Book in 28 Days or Less and BAM - Book a Month (two of my utmost favourite courses), it's easy to see that writing a book in 4 weeks isn't difficult.

You just need to know how to do it.

One way to start is by giving yourself a daily word count to hit, which isn't hard to do.

Say you want to write 3,000 words a day.

This is really do-able because if you can write 1,500 words/hour (which is only 25 words a minute) then you can write 3,000 words in just 2 hours a day.

And 3,000 words/day, over 5 days is 15,000 words/week and so in 4 weeks it's 60,000 words which is enough for a book.

And naturally, the more you write, the easier it gets.

And it all starts with just 3,000 words daily.

Can you do it?

Read about how I motivate myself to write every day at http://ruthiswriting.com/articles/2016/journalling.html






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