You may not know this but Nina—whose last post here was How to Test Market Your Book Idea with a Blog —is also the founder of National Nonfiction Writing Month, which brings the opportunity of writing a book in 30 days to nonfiction writers at the same time each year that millions of aspiring fiction writers are engaged in National Novel Writing Month NaNoWriMo. November hits and the writing world goes crazy. It seems like everyone hustles to produce a book in a month, but is it really possible to create a good manuscript in 30 days? However, I contend that doing so takes a good bit of planning prior to the beginning of November as well as some tenacity. One group likes to plot out their ideas before they write; the other group likes to write by the seat of their pants—to just let the book unfold as they write. Just as many like to create a solid table of contents or outline for a book prior to writing a word as prefer to sit down and begin writing with no set plan for how they will get from point A to point B; they just know they will get there in the end.
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Josh Long writes on October 31, On Thursday October 11th, Drew Wilson was having a conversation with his friend and colleague Adam Stacoviak before they recorded their weekly podcast, The Industry. Adam ranted about his frustrations with Paypal as all of us have at some point , and Drew was inspired to create a solution. Rather than wait, Drew embraced his inspiration and began work immediately he actually started building the product during the recording.
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Home Help Login Register. Lin Guest. The course takes you through every stage of writing a book, from coming up with an idea to marketing the finished manuscript. At its heart is my unique five-step method for outlining and blueprinting your book, which aims to fulfil the promise of getting the whole book written in 28 days or less. It covers a wide range of shorter writing projects, from fillers and readers' letters to articles and short stories.
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