7 Benefits Of A 30 Day Writing Challenge

7 Benefits Of A 30 Day Writing Challenge

 

30 day writing goal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“I started writing a book a few years ago, but that is where it is at.” 

 

This is what an aspiring writer said to me recently. A book gets started. The book doesn’t get finished. Several years pass. Time marches on and life slips away. The book is never completed.

If you want to write a book don’t fall into the above scenario where it’s going to take months or even years to write a book.

 

Write a book in 30 days

 

So why should you write a book in 30 days and why should you take on that challenge?

You do not have to write a long book. Books can be any length: 5000 words, 10,000 words, 25,000 words, 50,000 words or more. It doesn’t matter. 

But if you desire to write a non-fiction book it is far less daunting to write a short book. A short book can be written quickly within the time frame of 30 days.

You should already have done your research or you might have the content in your head so you are ready to take on the 30-day challenge.

Your goal for a 30-day writing challenge should be to get a first draft done. Once that first draft is done within the time-frame of a month then you can start the re-working and the refining process.

Writing a book fast

 

Writing a book fast by taking on the 30-day writing challenge

 

  •   creates momentum 
  •   speeds up the self-publishing goals
  •   proves you could write multiple books in a short time-frame
  •   means you can publish sooner rather than later  
  •   gets you closer to earning an income from writing
  •   gives you that sense of life-changing achievement, and
  •   builds your confidence.

For more tips and ideas on writing and self-publishing, and if you haven’t already done so join my Facebook group Fast Self-Publishing Online.

 

Marji Hill

Fast Self-Publishing Online

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