Have you started writing a nonfiction book that you are struggling to finish? Do you have an idea for a book but don’t know how to get started? Now you can start and finish your book sooner rather than later following an easy seven step process that forms the foundation for the way most nonfiction books are written.
This insider’s guide starts by helping you find the time to write your book and then walks you through creating your proposal, developing your writing plan, and writing your first draft. Along the way you’ll determine when you could finish your book based on your personal writing output and the time you have available to write. You’ll also discover the seven secrets to finishing your book sooner rather than later including how to transform your dreams into your vision and how to establish the goals and action steps needed to make your vision a reality.
Writing a book is similar to taking a journey. Having a plan and putting in the necessary time gets you from where you are to where you want to be. This book takes you step-by-step through the process of developing your plan and following through to write your book sooner rather than later.
|Contributor(s)||Pete Nikolai, Amelia Nikolai (With)|
|About the Contributor(s)||Amelia Nikolai (With)
Pete Nikolai is the Director of Publishing Services for HarperCollins Christian Publishing and oversees WestBow Press.
Amelia Nikolai manages day-to-day operations of the couple’s nonprofit writing business, Bright Hope for Tomorrow, which helps authors use "cause marketing" to drive sales, and support literacy and math education.
Amelia and Pete blog at PeteNikolai.com. They also speak at writer’s conferences and other events.
|Publish Date||May 13, 2014|