You have a great idea for a nonfiction book, but you don’t know how to get started — and you’re not sure it would even sell.
How do you first verify that there’s a paying market for your book idea and then create the book those readers are looking for?
You already know more about your subject than most people you know, but how do you make this book bridge the gap between what you know and what your readers specifically want to learn?
How do you go beyond what you now know and your reasons for writing this book to create something that will change the lives of your readers for the better?
The secret is in the book-writing process outlined in this article.
Once you learn how to write a nonfiction book from start to finish, you can develop a routine that helps you write each book more quickly and easily than your first.
You’ll learn plenty just from having written that first nonfiction book.
Whatever worked well for you the first time, you can do it again. And if some part of the process didn’t work as well as you’d hoped, you can try something else.
The more books you write, the better you’ll get at it, and the more you can help other writers do the same.