How to Write a Book and Mine the Gold Called Your Knowledge
Writing can be a joy-filled creative process to some and a drudgery-filled chore to others. According to Roger C. Parker, Writing is more a process of identification and organization than the relatively mechanical process of selecting words and placing them in sentences an paragraphs. My goal is to get you to see writing your book quickly is simply a matter of harvesting your information and recognizing that you probably already possess the majority of the information needed to complete your book.
The real test is simply to organize what you know into a database of usable ideas. The beginning steps outlined below will help you identify and organize the information you need (and already have) into chunks of information to write your book. By analyzing your experiences and life observations into building block ideas and using a table to organize them, you will be ready to write sooner.
Follow these simple steps, identify and organize your ideas; then easily write and complete your book. To get started do this:
1. Realize You Know More Than You Think.
You have gained a certain level of...