Since writing Listful Thinking I’ve spoken at several public events and book signings about my writing process. It’s come up at pretty much every event. I suppose it’s because “write a book” is on so many people’s bucket lists. People always want to hear my checklist for writing my book.
Well, first of all, you can’t just stick “write book” on your to-do lists along with “buy milk” and “pick up laundry.” That’s a sure way to know your off to a bad start. That’s because “write book” is way too big a feat for just one task on a to-do list.
But imagine you’ve set some time aside in your day and you’re determined to finally get your idea onto paper.
Writing a book, like raising a child, is a case by case basis thing. What works for me might not work for you so feel free to adapt these tips based on what works for you. Read more