Are you wondering what plan to use to get your book written fast using the tiny blocks of time you have available? You’ve conquered the giant called procrastination. You’ve taken the time to learn about book writing and book publishing. You’re ready to put action to your dreams.
All you need now is a plan or what I call a book writing template to get it done. I have good news for you! With a personalized plan (book writing template) or a step by step guide, you can get organized and write your book faster than ever. Here are three mini organizational plans; you can select one to write your book faster.
1. Prescription Non-Fiction or Prescription Pill Book: This type of book offers guidance or direction on a particular topic. It’s also known as prescriptive non-fiction. This is “how-to” or “advice” nonfiction. Any book that gives information or directions to guide the reader can be described as prescriptive. You can also think of it as any nonfiction book that does not tell a story. I often tell my students to offer the prescription pill aka miracle pill. At some place and point in our life, we’ve all looked for the prescription pill to solve our problems. Offer the prescription to your readers’ problem.
Example Book Concept: Write Your Best Book Now: 7 Proven Steps To Writing and Publishing A Successful Book by Earma Brown (Oct 25, 2007; How To Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days – That Readers Love by Steve Scott (Nov 21, 2012)
2. One Big Idea Book: Put your one big idea into a book. Discuss one idea in depth. Create each supporting point as one chapter, if you have enough material. If not, you can research each supporting point that you have light information for. Also, don’t forget to fill with engagement tools, like resource list, checklist, templates, interviews or case studies.
Example Book Concept: One Simple Idea for Startups and Entrepreneurs: Live Your Dreams and Create Your Own Profitable Company by Stephen Key (Oct 22, 2012); One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work by Stephen Key (Feb 22, 2011)
3. Develop a devotional book. Create an topical essay for one Scripture or one passage of scripture per chapter. Again, the plan is similar to the journal book. You could easily combine this type with a journal book. You would simply create spaces for journaling in each chapter. As with the inspirational boiok, the plan is to create the chapters around a time frame.You would write one chapter for each day or per week of the time frame. For example, people love delving into a thirty day, forty day or even sixty day devotional book. It would take more commitment; but you might consider fifty two weeks or a 365 day book.
Example Book Concepts: Daily Steps for God Chicks: The 90-Day Devotional for Real Women by Holly Wagner (Feb 28, 2006); A Woman After God’s Own Heart®–A Daily Devotional by Elizabeth George (Sep 1, 2007)
Don’t wait around any longer. You could be this time next year still wondering if you can write your book fast in the little time you have available. Put the doubts aside. Choose one of the book idea templates or book writing plans above; stop waiting and start writing. Your book success coach sends best wishes for you and your success as author.
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