This is Book 2 in this series, because of the importance of your motivation, your commitment and your planning to the outcome of your attempt to write.
As was said in Book 1 of the series, thinking about what you want to do and planning how you will do it is vital to your success. Even the most successful of authors cannot simply sit down and write ‘Chapter 1’ and go on to write a book successfully. A plan and an outline of your book as well as a summary of the proposed chapters before you start the first draft will most certainly help you.
There are many other things that will help to get you to completion that were not mentioned in the first book. Book 1 was simply the structure guide to get you started on your book.
However, motivation, commitment, and planning as you continue are also greatly important. This book hopes to give you guides to each of those aspects. Just as writers write in different ways (and you must endeavour to find your own best way), so different things will spark interest in different readers of this book.
Most of the inspirational information contained here comes from sources I have found when researching for the class I teach called “Let’s Write a Book”. These thoughts have helped the class members and I am happy to now be able to pass them on to other prospective book writers.
I hope that everyone will find sparks of interest within these pages that will encourage motivation to not only begin to write, but to continue. If you are well motivated and have the required self-belief, I am sure you will become well aware of the need for making a personal commitment to your dream, as well as the obvious need to plan your time to work on it.
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