Book Publishing Writing

Writing A Book Fears Answered

A lot of first time authors have a lot of fears to do with writing their first book. Well, I am here to answer the most common fears for you, helping to make your first book writing experience a dream.

What If I Can’t Think Of A Title?
One of the most common worries in the book publishing world is wondering what will happen if you cannot think of a title for your book. You DO NOT need to worry about this at all! Some of the best books from the best authors have their titles chosen after most of if not all of the book has been written! Sometimes you just need a bit of inspiration before sticking to a title!

What If I Make A Spelling Error?
Spelling errors are extremely common in the book publishing industry and any writing industry for that matter. This is why people proofread their work and will hire an editor to double-check things over. So do not worry, after hours upon hours of writing a story, the first draft will always be full of little spelling and grammar errors. They can easily be fixed before publishing.

What If No One Wants To Buy My Book?

Another common fear, the lack of sales. Now becoming an author is a huge step and you should only write a book because you want to. If you are writing a book to make money then you should reconsider. Publishing a book should be something that you love to do. The making money side of it is just an extra. Anyway, with the right advertisement, you will always find somebody who wants to purchase your book at the right price.

Writing a book is great fun. Just remember to conduct all of your market research before you publish your book. It can be a scary time but all of your fellow authors are here to help you through it.


Writing A Book – All You Need To Know

I want to write a book, can you help me?! 

Writing a book can be an extremely daunting process. When you know you want to write a book but have no idea where to start or what you truly need to do. Today we are going to share with you all you need to know about writing a book!

The First Paragraph Is Always The Hardest!

It is without a doubt that the first paragraph of any writing project is always the most difficult. The paragraph that will take you the longest is always the first paragraph! So, don’t worry if you are writing a book and it seems to be taking you months to start your first paragraph. This is completely normal, and one day it will just come to you!

Working Backwards Is Normal! 

For every story writer, working backward is normal. With most authors knowing how they want their story to end, yet not how they want it to begin. Sometimes writing the ending is the best way to start. Soon the rest of the story will just begin to flow.

It Will Cost You Money!

You may be wondering, how on earth can writing a story cost me money. Well, it costs you money as soon as you come to the point where you wish to publish. With you needing to pay someone to publish and print your book for you! You will also need to hire a proofreader or editor to ensure that your story flows. Checking on all your spelling and grammar as it would be a shame to publish something with mistakes!

Just let your creativity flow!

No matter what, when writing any story, just let your creativity flow. Write down whatever you are thinking. Jot down notes for your story as and when they come to you! You never know when your mind will spark the perfect idea.


How To Begin Writing My Own Book

There comes a time in life where most people will want to write their own book. This can be a very daunting and scary time for some, due to most authors being professionals. However, you should not let this put you off. In this article, we are going to share with you some tips on writing your first book.

To being with you need to decide upon your main genre, focus and target audience. Deciding on all of these will help you to understand what style you need to write in, due to the language being different for each sector. Then you just need to let your imagination run wild. Write down any ideas which you may have at random points, some of these may become the main focus of your story. It is normal to feel overwhelmed and to want to change up your story time and time again. Just go with the flow and your story will write itself.