Writing Tips For Writers: A Writers Guide For Writers To Get Better At Writing (Authors Unite Book 2)
Who’s Ready To Write?!
Welcome to Book 2 of the Authors Unite series: Writing Tips For Writers. It’s the book where you’ll learn how to actually write the book that you prepared for in Book 1: The Big Idea. You’re starting this book with a handful of ideas and a plan. You’re going to finish it with a physical result in your hands. You’ll have a fully written first draft of your book, ready to be edited and published.
That might sound too good to be true. And I do want to say that just reading this book won’t put a book in your hands. But if you read it and follow its directions, by the time you’re done you will in fact have your first draft ready to go.
Like in Book 1, this book will have Enjoyable Tasks for you to do at the end of many chapters. Each of these tasks will take you a step or two closer to finishing your first draft.
Unlike in Book 1, a few of these Enjoyable Tasks will be ongoing. You won’t just do them once, you’ll repeat them several times or make them part of a routine.
Because writing a book means sitting down and writing. Not just once, but many times. As many times as it takes till the book’s done.
It also means preparing yourself for success by adapting to new ideas, new processes, and situations where you need to react quickly. The best way to do that is by setting up habits and routines for yourself now.
Do those things sound scary? Does it all seem overwhelming?
That’s okay. There’s nothing wrong with feeling some fear now. Feeling and facing fear is part of the process, too. Remember that the fear you’re feeling is just a limiting belief–a belief we’re already starting to reframe and process through. Remember to trust the process.
Don’t worry. This book is designed to make the process painless. I’ll be there with you every step of the way. And you’ve got the support of the whole AU community behind you. You’re not alone. And you’re gonna do just fine.
One more thing. This book has a break in it. After the first 7 chapters or so, you’re going to stop reading and start writing.
That’s right. You’re going to write your book draft in the middle of this text. Think of it as a big Enjoyable Task.
When you get to that breaking point, take as much time as you need. If you write for a week, great. If you write for a month, great. Just focus on writing until your first draft is done.
Then come on back for the last couple chapters. Once you’ve written your draft, you’ll want to come up with a great title and subtitle for it. We’ll finish up the book by showing you how to do that.
Ready to get started? Let’s write a book!
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