Book Writing Secret
That No One Told You About…
Book writing secret alert!
You’re about to learn one book writing secret that no one has ever told you.
Almost every famous author has known this. It’s made them millions and millions of dollars. And can work for you too.
Not using this, you can make your books less valuable (meaning they’ll pay less for your books) and make book writing a lot harder than it needs to be… wasted time, money, and effort.
I remember reading a book when I first wanted to learn about it. I was reading the book and it said “within the next line is the SECRET to book writing.” I was like “YES, finally the book writing secret.”
And here’s what it said:
“the secret to writing a good book is to say something new in an old way, or say something old in a new way.”
Now I had to think on that quote a long time to really get it… Over the next few times you do any book- writing you may think about that quote and think about what it REALLY means.
I think it means what I like to call “stand on the shoulder of giants.” What does this mean? It means NOT starting from zero. What’s your topic you want to write about (or writing about now)?
Chances are, someone has already written about it before.
You can go read and learn what they have to say.
Then you can take a variety of giants (ones that were successful writing before you) and combine them together.
Ask yourself, “how can I take this to the NEXT LEVEL?” Ask questions like “what are they all trying to say?
How can I synthesis this into something new, easier to use, faster, better?
Leave me a comment and let me know what you think that quote really means and what you learned in this book writing secret.