7 Essential Steps for writing a book

7 Essential Steps for writing a book

1. What the book is about?

Do you know something very well about the topic you are been writing?. If yes then you know very well that what the book is about and who will get more from your book?.Making table of content first make easier for you to write on the topic.

2. Schedule for writing

Set a time for writing according to your ease. Or write when you are feeling yourself to giving more productive output.Usually this time can be a morning, when brain works more sharp and productive.

3. Writing Environment

Where you feel yourself more comfortable, start writing there.It can be your study room, living room, park,coffee house, etc.But avoid any distractions that disturb you while writing.That environment should be clean and have a proper light and a place where you can easily get fresh oxygen.

4. Decide chapters of  book

Before writing decide on rough estimate that how many chapters you have to write to give your message properly. Estimate that how many words you need to write for one chapter. for example; it can be 40,000-60,000 words, if you are writing standard nonfiction book or novella.

5. Get Motivation

In order to keep flowing ideas, read constantly. Read something that inspires you to write more. That motivate you to write your best and help you to overcome writer’s block.

6. Check for grammar and other common mistakes

After finishing writing book.Read all again and check for grammar mistakes and other things which you want to add or remove.

7. Share you writing for early feedback 

Before final publishing share your writing project with your friends, family or with other well-known authors. Who can give you early feedback on you book.Be sure to whom you are sharing your work can give you honest advice and feedback for your work.You can also start writing on a blog to get feedback.

9 thoughts on “7 Essential Steps for writing a book

  1. StephJ August 24, 2017 / 6:06 pm

    This is a great help! Nanowrimo is just around the corner. Time for me to get prepared!

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  2. Kayla W. February 9, 2018 / 11:59 pm

    I’ve joined a writing group and several members have written a book so now I am thinking of doing one — mostly I just write scenes — they come into my head fullblown more or less. So I’ve got #5 Motivation. I just have to decide #1 the plot and characters of my book, lol.

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  3. happygodessa January 10, 2019 / 8:00 pm

    This is really a very good article. Thanks for taking the time to discuss with us, I feel happy about learning this topic. keep sharing your information regularly for my future reference.

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