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How to Write a Book in 2021: A 6-Step Blueprint (Detailed Step-by-Step)

I'm kicking off another 6-week blog series. This one is for all the aspiring authors out there. If you have ever wanted to write a book and don't know where to start, this series is for you. I'm answering some of the most frequently asked questions about writing a book over the next 6 weeks. You can find a list of upcoming series topics below.

Over the past 6 years as a published author the #1 question I have been asked is...drum roll guessed it, "How did you write your book?" I've listened to many people over the years and the real question they want to be answered is...

How do you write a book?


Is it possible for me?

You're in for a treat! Today's blog will tell you how I did it (my story), and even better I'm giving you the exact 6-Step Blueprint I use with my clients to help write their books in 6 weeks. And is it possible for you to write your book? Absolutely! I believe 2021 is the year of publishing books and if you're a newbie, this is your season. If you want to get it done fast and save time I can help. Now, let's dive right into the 6-Step Blueprint.

With the right steps, motivation, and persistent action your dream of writing a book can become a reality.

Step #1: Vision and Your "Why"

Why do you want to write a book? I know a lot of people think writing is the first step but let me tell you it takes more than putting words together to make your dream of becoming a published author a reality. First, get clear and have a strong "Why". A "Why" is defined as the driving force or conviction that propels you forward. So if you're reading this blog and haven't finished your book here is some tough love...

You don't have a Vision or a strong enough "Why".

Awareness is key but here is the good part. One of my gifts is that I am a visionary, with the ability to maximize others' potential, and help them to find their deeper "Why". This "Why" will motivate you to finally get that book done. Most people think they have a "Why" on the surface. Over the years I have heard many statements...

"Well I've always wanted to write a book"


"I think I can help a lot of people with my story"


" I want to create an additional income stream."