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How to Plan Your Book
Are you thinking about writing your first book, but aren’t sure where to start?
When it comes to writing, for most people, it isn’t that easy. So, how do you get the ideas from your head onto paper and into some kind of format that is sensible? Of course, there’s no magical formula that fits every single writer – what works for one writer is completely ineffective to the next. However, most writers would agree that planning your book is essential.
With Book Writing University Courses, your satisfaction with our courses and process is very important to us. The first unit in every course is free to view and download. You only pay, when you are ready for to take the full course. That will unlock both the Exam and the Certificate of Completion. Detailed information on reviewing your results, evaluation and printing your certificate are explained as well, once you unlock the exam and certificate.
For a brief overview of the process:
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|Introduction: How to Plan Your Book||FREE||00:00:00|
|Planning Your Book||00:00:00|
|Planning a Non-Fiction Book||00:15:00|
|When planning to write a non-fiction book write what’s relevant to your target audience. A simple way to do this is by addressing a problem or need, presenting new information, or presenting existing information in a fresh way by adding your unique perspective to it.|
|What to Write About||00:00:00|
|How to Find Your Passion||00:00:00|
|If you are not passionate about what you write about, it will be much harder for you to write your book. One of your main goals should be to write something that you are very interested in. When you are extremely interested in a particular topic of subject you will tend to have some conviction and/or passion about the matter.|
|What is Your Primary Objective for Writing Your Book?||00:00:00|
|What Need, Desire or Problem Can You Solve?||00:00:00|
|Who is your Ideal Prospect?||00:00:00|
|What is the Business around your Book?||00:00:00|