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How to Write a Book When You're A Busy Person

How to Write a Book When You're A Busy Person, guest post by Jeremy Reynolds

It is hard to write a book. Moreover, it is a long procedure. If you are a student, you may use a service to buy essay online to spend all your time only on writing the book of your dreams. But what if you have a job, children, a dog and a couple of hobbies? How to combine all of these things with writing the book? This article will give you some pieces of advice to find the answer!

Setting a goal



First of all you should know why you want to write the book. Moreover, you have to choose a topic for it. If you are a busy person, then it should mean that you have quite a big life experience and, therefore, it may be easy for you to choose a topic of your interest (probably based on the things you saw, tried or simply like).

Make an outline



Divide your work into some parts. It should have at least a beginning, a main part and a conclusion. It is recommended to break the main body into a couple of separated parts. It is important to have the outline because it can help you to have a full story and you will know what and when to write.

Set the deadlines



Even if you are busy, you need to save some time for writing your book. However, without setting the deadlines, you may finish it after 50, 60 years or even never. Therefore, make some notes about when you have to finish each part of the book and reward or kind of punish yourself depending on whether the deadlines are or are not met.

Fight your laziness



Many people think that they are busy, however, in reality they are not. Sometimes it just seems hard for them to sit on a chair and type. But the only way to have your book written is to actually write it. Therefore, start doing it by dedicating at least a couple of hours per day for writing.

Put your gadgets aside



Busy people are everywhere with their phones. However, writing a book means that you have to concentrate only on a story and get your mind of the busy life. Thus, leave all your gadgets at home and go to the place, where you can relax and focus only on writing. Being free of distractions is a key to have a successfully written book.

Check your work & Ask for help



You need to have somebody, who can check your work for an overall style and the grammar mistakes from time to time. This person also has to be your supporter in times when you want to give up and stop writing. Furthermore, while writing you may use a Scrivener tool that can be used to organize your work and to proceed all the words written as well.

Take a break



Live a couple of weeks in the residences such as MacDowell, Yaddo, Blue Mountain Center, Headlands. There you will live among some other writers and everything will be on schedule. Therefore, you can relax and your time will be systematized by others. Even busy people need to have a rest!

Verbal editing



It is recommended to read your book out loud. In addition, you may propose your family, coworkers or friends to listen you. Be critical to yourself and if you feel that some parts of the book have to be deleted, then do not be afraid to remove them.

Last steps: Cover & Title



If you are not a designer, you may ask somebody with the cover. Additionally, you can use the services such as 99designs.comelance.comBookBaby.com to save your precious time.

Do not forget about a title. Usually writers know what the title of their book will be at the very beginning of their work. It has to be eye catching, appealing and appropriate to the topic of your book.

All in all, if you are a super-busy person you can still write the book. If you want to save time, there are quite a lot of services that can do the writing work instead of you. Moreover, you can hire somebody to write it and after the only thing you will have to do is to advertise it. The 9 steps above are created to help you and guide you in writing a best seller. Good luck!

How to Write a Book When You're A Busy Person, guest post by Jeremy Reynolds
Jeremy Raynolds is a blogger and freelance writer whose lifestyle credo is “Only the very weak-minded refuse to be influenced by literature and poetry.”

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