[Product Creation] What it takes to write a book

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Hi 🙂

Years ago, I signed up and paid a large amount of money for a correspondence course in writing.

In the introduction of the course it said that before I’d finished it, I would have written my first book.

Can you imagine?


I had no idea where to begin or end.

But slowly I learned, and today I can write a book in very little time. My latest one took 1 hour, 36 minutes and 29 seconds to write. (Hehe, Toggl for the win!)

It’s not that difficult to write a book, as long as you have structure.

  1. Come up with a topic to write about.

  2. Brainstorm what you want to tell your readers about this topic.

  3. Make an outline. First chapter is an introduction to your book. Then add chapters in a logical order.

  4. End your book with a conclusion, summarize what you wrote, and give resources if any.

  5. Do whatever research you have to do (keep it at a minimum).

  6. Write your book.

Of course, this is just a rough structure, and how you end up doing it will depend on your topic, your style, and probably of what you’ve learned about writing so far.

If you’re serious about creating written products, then I highly recommend that you invest in books and courses that teaches you how to do it.

It’s well worth the investment. I’m living proof of that.

Along the way I’ll recommend books and courses that can help you reach your goal.

But this is it for now. Have a great day!

Best regards,
Britt Malka

P.S. Tomorrow I’ll give you ideas about how to publish your book so you can make some money.

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