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[Deadlines] Like a timeline for your book!

Where are you at with writing your book?

Have you thought about it, maybe jotted down some notes?

Perhaps you’ve started outlining a couple of chapters.

Or are you stalled?

Has overwhelm set in?

Or maybe you got busy, and now your book idea is stashed away on your hard drive collecting virtual dust.

Maybe you never even got that far. Maybe you found yourself so confused about the whole process that you didn’t even start.

“The Book Brainstorming Planner” can help with that. It has broken down the writing process into manageable tasks.

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Another great way to prevent your book ideas from being delegated to the heap on your hard drive is to set a deadline, a time frame to get your book done.

Get our your Calendar & pinpoint these goals:

  • Outline Done
  • ½-way point
  • Rough draft done
  • 1st Read-through
  • Submission to proofreaders
  • Submission for endorsements
  • Editor chosen
  • Manuscript sent to editor
  • List publishing options to research

Even before you set your deadline or start your outline try envisioning your book and read the article on that at: http://writerssecrets.com/attention-writers-envision-your-finished-book/

There you go. That cuts out some of the excuses for not writing your book.

Go ahead and let us know in the comment section below, how your book writing is going. We’d love to hear.