These articles share my most valuable learnings over the last few years as a non-fiction author and digital marketer.
You must set your goals for your book from the outset. If you don’t have a strong “why” at the start, then you run a high risk of abandoning the project later. In this article, I explain what can happen if you don’t know why you are writing your book.
Writing without an outline is like building a house without a blueprint. You just end up with a great big mess. Outlining can be a pain though. It can take ages to shift ideas around – but in this post I show you how to do it efficiently, using free software called Trello.
If you want your book to launch with momentum, and be more than a flash in the pan, you should find ways to involve your target readers with the creation of your book. Make your book a joint effort between you (the author) and the intended audience.