time to write a book
I’ll be talking about these in more detail in my upcoming Book Masterclass, and in the meantime, I’d like to mention the fourth one in this week’s blog post and give you some tips if you’re struggling in this area.
One thing that many of my clients struggle with is finding time to write their book. Continue reading
I recently told you about the initial phase in the book writing process, and that’s the dreaming stage. From the messages I’ve received, I can tell that it’s resonating!
Many people go through this dreaming stage, and sadly very few make the decision to actually write their book.
That’s because the emotive stuff that comes up in the dreaming stage is very tough to overcome, before making the decision to actually write.
Last August I wrote 33,000 words in just 5 weeks. No mean feat, but I had a strategy that helped me. I modelled what I did to create my previous books and implemented a system to get words down on paper quickly.
That’s why this August, I’ve created the 10,000 Word Summer Book Challenge to share some of the secrets with you.
There’s never enough hours in the day and it will never get to the top of your to do list unless you decide to make it happen.
That’s why I’d like to share with you my top 10 tips to make time to write your book.