Why Anyone Can Write A Book
Author: Bob Burnham
Ask anyone that you meet if they've ever had an idea to write a book and I bet that 99% of the time their eyes light up and they say 'Yes.'
Everyone has numerous wonderful book ideas. My experience and conversations with thousands of people tell me that this is true. The difference between those that actually write a book and those that don't is simple. Those that don't write a book don't believe that they can.
That's simply not true. Anyone can write a book.
If you can talk, you can write.
Take a look at 5 of your favorite books, fiction or Non-fiction it doesn't matter. In fact, grab a few of each. Now, open each book and read a few paragraphs. What do you see? What you'll likely notice is that there is a common theme running in all of them.
They're written conversationally. They're written like you talk. Conversational style is the best style because it is easy to read, easy to understand and easy to write.
Take a look at some of the most prolific authors, both fiction and Non-fiction. Stephen King comes to mind as a very prolific fiction writer. Non-fiction writers might include the Chicken Soup series and co writers Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. All of those books are written conversationally. They're accessible to readers of all ages, income levels, and IQ's.
Conversational style eliminates jargon. It eliminates large words that people have to rely on a dictionary to understand. Conversational style also uses the word 'you' often. It's written as if you were writing a letter or telling a story to a friend.
Basically, if you can write a letter to a friend, then you can write a book—I promise. Of course you need to be able to plan a book too but all that requires is a plan or an outline. Once your outline is established, writing the book can take as little as a month to complete.
About the author: Bob Burnham
Entrepreneur, Consultant and Author of '101 Reasons Why You Must Write A Book'
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