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Writing a book is the dream of many people, but it is also challenging. How to Write a Book in 30 Days will show you how to organize yourself to achieve this. Joshua Robertson speaks from experience, having been a writer since his youth. He understands that a rough draft can take years, but writing a book in a few days is possible. He mentions famous books that were written in one month or less. The author uses a well-established structure and suggests specific activities for the first few days so that from day six you can devote yourself entirely to writing. For example, day one is for laying the groundwork and organizing your project, while day two is for creating characters. This useful guide will give you valuable information for developing your own story.
Joshua Robertson writes clearly and concisely, and his experience as a writer is evident. His tips and advice are easy to follow. He also poses key questions you can ask yourself to create better content in each chapter of your story. I liked the simple way he organized his work plan. The tasks and goals that he suggests are realistic and the information is comprehensive. For example, when he discusses characters he highlights the importance of the secondary characters. The most important aspect is that he schedules activities to optimize your time allocation and accomplish your purpose without distracting you from the main objective. How to Write a Book in 30 Days is an excellent guide to writing effectively and improving your skills.