Tuesday, 23 November 2021

Proof That You CAN Write a Book a Month

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There are so many disbelievers when it comes to the subject of writing a book in just a month. But it’s no surprise that those who say it can’t be done have never even tried, or they’ve given it a half-hearted attempt and quit.

Writing a book a month isn’t easy, but it’s not hard either. For those who want to do it, it’s not hard at all.

But let’s look at the math to see how do-able it actually is.

Say you wanted to write a 30,000-word novel. To do it in a month (30 days) you’d have to write at least 1,000 words a day, and that’s only about 3-4 pages.

Does that seem hard? No. 

Does that seem impossible? Absolutely not.

The mindset of writing a book is like the mindset of a marathon runner. To do either you need determination to see it through to the end.

Marathon runners are always determined. They train hard and when the day comes, they’re in the right mindset to do it.

Would-be authors on the other hand, aren’t determined and so they don’t train and don’t try.

But this month is November, which means there are millions of writers all over the world taking part in NaNoWriMo, the challenge to write a 50,000-word book in a month.

The determined ones succeed. The rest don’t.

What more proof do you need?

The One Month Author

How to Write a Book Faster & Better


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