What could be more fulfilling and satisfying than writing a book? It’s no wonder so many people harbour a secret desire to see their name in print.
It doesn’t have to be the Great Novel, it can be a book about anything. If someone has extensive experience in a particular field, there’s a book just waiting to be written.
Collectors can write a history of whatever-it-is.
People who live in areas that have a chequered past can write a book about what happened.
Everyone would secretly like to write a book – we all enjoy the sense of achievement when we’ve taken those jumbled thoughts from our fevered brains and made some sense of them on paper.
Well, I know I do.
If you (or someone you know) is about to retire, trying your hand at something creative would have to be a great way to celebrate the start of the rest of your life. When my dad retired, the first thing he did was to head to an art supply shop to buy up tubes of paint, brushes, canvases etc. He’d always wanted to try painting, but he’d never had the time, so he spent the first six months of his retirement playing with his paint set in his shed. He had a ball and we always knew where to find him!
Writing a book offers the same sense of achievement – without all the mess!
If you think writing a book is something that has to take years of agonising, I have good news. Author, Nick Daws has put together a kit that shows you how you can write your book. It will take effort on your part – you have to follow the directions, but if you do, you can write a book in 28 days!