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How to Write a Book On the Weekends

Have you given up writing your book because you have limited time? Don't do that, if you really want to get it written and in the hands of your readers. You can still write your significant book in small blocks of time and receive big benefits.

How to Write a Book On the Weekends

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Have you given up writing your book because you have limited
time? Don’t do that, if you really want to get it written and in
the hands of your readers. You can still write your significant
book in small blocks of time and receive big benefits. You can
still get it accomplished and receive the benefits of an extra
income stream, increased credibility, expanded opportunities, a
living legacy and the prestige of Author behind your name.

Busy professionals, small business owners, stay at home
moms, students all have something in common when it comes to
realizing their dream of writing a book. They can not normally
take a month or even a week off to commit to accomplihing their
dream.

Each person only has a small block of time to actually work on
their book. If you fit in the category of having a full busy
life with work and family, here are some simple steps to
jumpstart your book writing. Use my acronym ACT and get your
book written even if you only have small blocks of time to work
on it:

Avoid marathon writing. You don’t have to go away for a year, a
month or even a week. You can start right where you are with
what you have this weekend. Think about it; if you were to get
laser focused you could write a chapter a weekend. In twelve
weekends, you would have a 12 chapter book. Or let’s say your
goal is a little bit shorter than that. In seven weekends you
could have a 7 chapter book written.

Commit to the tracking approach. When you use the tracking
approach, you consistently get a small amount done each time. It
builds your momentum and gradually increases your progress.
O.k., there’s one more scenario, I want to throw at you. What if
you don’t have weekends free, but you have a long train commute.
You can commit to writing on your commute and get a short book
written in a few weeks. Or you could work at night after
everyone is asleep to punch out 1 chapter during the week. It’s
the same, in a few short weeks you could have a 7-12 chapter
book written.

Toss away your thoughts about being tied to writing your book
in order. You have the permission of your book writing coach.
You don’t have to write in order. With this in mind, you work on
writing whatever chapter you have the most passion for at the
moment. Or choose the one you feel excitement bubbling inside to
write. Even so, don’t forget to first write out your table of
contents. This way you will have something to choose from.

Don’t delay any longer. You can still get your book started
this year even on the weekend. Get a plan, write it down, get
organized and get started this weekend. The book writing coach
is wishing you wonderful success with your book project.

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