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Tips to Write Your First Book Ever

Jun 19, 2019

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Do you want to become a professional author by writing a book but have no idea where to take your start?

You are at the absolutely right spot!

It is surprisingly easy these days to become a versatile published author, but still, you cannot force people to read or write your book.

Know Your Reader

If you want people to think your book is actually worth buying, you need to completely understand and acknowledge your target audience.  

Ask yourself, who is going to buy this book, and why? What makes your book special than the rest of the authors? Why an individual will choose your book from the piles of other books?

Remember! You are not writing a book for everyone. If you want your book to be successful, choose a specific audience and community before you start writing.

Also, there is a fun fact that women buy books three times more than that of men, so remember that as well.

Polish your writing skills


Can you win a marathon race without practicing and getting in shape? Of course, you can’t! Greater achievements require hard work and practice.

Similarly, you cannot simply start blindly writing your book without practicing writing and polishing your skills. If you start it without preparation, you are more likely to fail.

Plan your book

It will take a lot of time if you have no plan for your book, and you will constantly find yourself in the cloud of ambiguities.

Before you start writing, make it clear; how much pages your book will contain, how long will it be, what kind of formatting style is best for your book, what should be its title, what will be the color scheme and design of the cover page, how well your cover page defines the content that is inside and what will make your book of utmost importance to your target audience.

Book writing sure is a lengthy process, but it is not even close to “boring.” It becomes an addiction for a writer to write books one after the other.