1. Why do you want to write a book?
There are many reasons for writing a book as there are books. Whether you really have the power of content or not, just put that stuff between the libraries and people will assume you will be. If you do a good job of promoting your book, you can actually make money on it. While writing books do not make sure you'll be rich soon or at all. Once you know your content and want to share what you know with others, the book is one of the best ways to do it. Heads of government often write books to circumvent their business ideas and practices with the next generation of leaders in their organization; to shape their personal vision for their business to a significant stakeholder; or to apply difficult lessons in their lives to leaders of business, community, academic or governmental context.
2. What is keeping you from writing it?
Is it writing a book is an overwhelming task? Maybe you even know where to start? Or is your disk so full, you simply do not have time? You can overcome all these reasons! All big projects seem overwhelming when you look at them as a whole. Mountain climbers prepare to climb the Himalayas do not expect to do it all in one day. They have a plan, and they perform it day by day. More accurate, they do it one step at a time, and that's exactly how one writes a book. Anything you do for the first time is part of a mystery simply because you have not done that before a bookstore visit will clearly show how many thousands of people have solved the mystery.
3. Do you have what you need to write a book?
First, it takes a longing. Do you really want to write this book? You must be excited about your content and believe that you can continue to live through each step of the process. If you do not have a clear idea of what your book is about, you're not ready to start. A plan is like a roadmap for a trip. Do not start out without one. This is where many authors for the first time go wrong. They have a romantic idea that you start a book by sitting down on the computer and just "let it flow." An nonfiction book takes planning and lots of it before you are ready to write a word. A book takes several months to organize, research and write. You need a lot of attention to be interested from the moment you get the idea as soon as you have it in your hands. Independently is doing what it takes to do it, even when it's not fun and repeating your commitment as often as necessary. Support and guidance from a ritualist, good editor, book writing or even a writing group is the factor that can make all the difference between continuing and giving up.
4. How is your book unique?
There are probably many other books about your content. You need to know what they are, how your book is different or better, what invalid in the market this book will fill, what problems it will help solve, how readers will benefit from reading it and why someone would buy it . The sources of this information are amazon.com, Google or your favorite search engine and, of course, a real bookstore. Do not worry if you find that your content is not unique. In fact, you do not want it to be unique. You want it to be better.
5. What makes you exceptionally capable of writing it?
If you are a bona fide expert, this will be easy to answer. Simply show how your credentials refer to the content. Otherwise, consider your relationship with the subject. Why is it interested in you? Is it a notebook or personal memory? A rise of your education or work? Material you have studied carefully? Philosophical or Spiritual Survey? Why are you the best man to write it?
6. What's your viewer?
Do not make a mistake to write a book that you think "everyone" will read. You must have a clear picture of your reader in mind. Create a profile. Is the book special? Is it based on a specific age group, educational level, income tax or social grade? What makes your reader entertaining? What newspapers and magazines does he buy? What movies does she meet or rent? And most importantly, how does this person benefit from your book?
7. How will you reach these viewers?
Which publishing method you choose – Traditional Printed Demand or Self-Version – You are responsible for a large part, if not everything, marketing and promotions. Promoting the book is partly an art, partly science. The possibilities are as great as your imagination. Based on lectures and studios, send out press releases and review copy copies for publication, write papers, organize reviews, keep book books, appear in radio or TV shows, and open a website or blog. The more you do, the more books you will sell.