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Top 25 Ways to Write an Awesome Book – Helping Writers Become Authors


Reblogged from K.M. Weiland’s blog, great reference points to keep in mind when writing.

Top 25 Ways to Write an Awesome BookShare this:Millions of words have been strung together on the subject of how to write an awesome book. A book is always going to be a tremendous undertaking that can feel more than a little complicated sometimes. But what if we could simplify the process to just twenty-five ingredients? Last summer, I wrote a post about the Top 25 Ways to Blow a Book

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D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.


  • Heather

    I’ll take a look at this…writing doesn’t seem to come naturally to me, I have to rewrite and rewrite to get something I’m happy with! Maybe that is normal I don’t know?

    • dgkaye

      So welcome Carol. Did you get my comments on your page? I seem to have some trouble when commenting on some sites, I’ve been sent to spam so if you don’t see 2 comments there please check your spam 🙁

  • elainemansfield

    A great list, Debby, and I’m with you. I’d make #26 Rewrite, rewrite, wait two months, rewrite, wait six months, rewrite again. And if someone’s feedback really upsets you and keeps you awake at night, they might be on to something you’d better look into–especially if it’s someone you trust who wants to make your book the best it can be.

    • dgkaye

      Great points Elaine! But like many a writer questions when is it ready? When are we ever finally happy with the final product?

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