How To Write A Book “3 Keys To Write A Book With Ease”

Inside Secrets To Writing A Book That No One Ever Told You About…

When writing a book there’s a few “keys” to make it be more successful and easier to write that you’re about to learn…

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Well as you probably know, the information and writing books industry is estimated as a whole to be 4 billion dollars.

Even ebook sales are up in 200% from last year.

And It’s Only Going To Keep Growing…

Plus there’s never been an easier time to write a book. All you need is a laptop and can write a book right now.

Although, if you’re anything like me… then you may have discovered that writing your book can be a little harder than what meets the eye.

And if you looked around, there’s not many good sources on how to write a book.

That’s why I want to share with you the

3 Key’s How To Write a  Book With Ease”

And not just any book… a book that people want to buy… and makes you money.

In a natural method that most people are looking for this remedy.

That way, you can have more money to have and do the things you want in life. Have more power and influence, really help people, and leave a lasting legacy.

If you don’t learn and use what I’m about to share with you, you’ll make writing your book a lot harder than it needs to be.

And you may write a book that no one buys …and have less power and influence, make little to no money, not help the people you want, and have no impact on creating a difference in the world.

So let’s begin the “3 Keys To Write A Book With Ease”

 

Key #1: “Know Your Reader”

I want to give you a great quote from Jay Aberham, a famous marketer . He said,

“most people fall in love with the wrong thing – they fall in love with themselves, their product, their business and not their product.”

We’ll get more into that in a second…

First a question I like to ask is “why do you think people buy books?”

If you really think about why people buy books (or even why you buy a book) it’s because they have a PROBLEM.

They’re looking for a solution to that problem and/or want a RESULT.

They Want To GET Something Out Of The Book

People don’t just want books and information for informaiton – they’re looking to get  their problem SOLVED or get a RESULT.

For example, someone is overweight.

That’s their problem.

What do they want?

To lose weight.

Another example:  someone is broke and in debt and wants to get out of debt and have money.

They have no relationship and they want a relationship.

The list can go on and on.

Write A Book That Takes Them Away From Their Problem To The Result They Want, And You Can Truly Do This, You Can Create A Book People Automatically Want To Buy And Pay You For

Because they are already motivated to solve their problem, and your book is the priceless solution they already want.

So I’ll Always Start off with, what are  their pain, frustrations, problems, challenges, …and what do they want, what’s their irrational desire, what do they want to learn.

If you really get this, you can AVOID a HUGE mistake that most writers make which is trying to sell yourself and what you want (that leads to failure and no one buying your book).

One of the GREATEST (and profitable) lessons I learned about how to write a book is: it’s NOT about you. It’s about them.

So the question is now…

How do you figure out what their problems are?

Well, you can use the internet as an amazing tool which  gives us the access to this information and research with a few simple clicks.

Overall, how much easier is it going to write a book that is successful if you already know what your readers are motivated by and what they want?

Exactly.

A lot easier.

You won’t have to do much selling of your book.

Because they’re ALREADY looking for a solution and ALREADY motivated to buy.

All you have to is take what you know, turn it into a book, that meets what your readers want

…which brings us to key number 2:

Key #2: “Create A Structure”

The next key is to create a structure.  After figuring out “key #1 know your reader” – you can take that information and turn into a structure or a book outline.

Just like building a house. You start with the framework of the house. Then build the walls. Then interior design. Funrature. And make it look good.

You do not start with adding the furnature.

So in this case, your framework can be your book chapters.

Go here if you want to learn in depth how to outline a book.

 

Here’s The Quick Version of How I Do Yt:

I take a blank piece of 8 by 11 inch paper and divide it in half.

On one side I write on the top “Fears and Frustrations”.

On the other side I write “Wants And Aspirations”.

On the “Fears and Frustrations” side I write all their problems, pain, challenges, and questions they have,

Then on the other side, I write what they want, the results, their irrational desires, what they want to learn.

Then I Figure Out How I Can Bridge The Gap Between What They Do Not Want And What They Want

I usually chunk it into 3 steps.

Now chunking is a FANTASTIC word.

We as humans have the ability to pull something  apart into a million pieces or put it all together in one giant chunk.

If it’s too many small pieces, we get completely overwhelmed… And on the other hand,  if it’s too big of a piece,we will also get overwhelmed.

The key is the right sized chunks. 

So, if you can have 3 big chunks or “sections” this is perfect.

Then take everything you figured out from the first key and make the smaller sub sections or “chapters.”

Taking the 3 bigger sections into the smaller section or chapter, you’ll instantly have 9 chapters (watch this video on this page to learn visually what I am talking about)

Doing this when writing a book, you’ll notice you made a  HUGE progress that takes most people months.

Also, you can put the chunks step by step in order and you can create a system.

We as humans perceive systems as FAR more valuable than a bunch of random information.

Meaning,  people will be more eager and motivated to buy your book, and pay more for your book

Plus, what does a system imply?

Exactly.

A result.

What your reader or future customer wants…

Now start doing this …which brings us to key number 3;

Key #3: “Fill In The Blanks”

Then key number 3 is “fill in the blanks”.

You now know WHO your readers are (key #1)

You now have created a structure (key #2)

NOW, you need to “fill in the blanks” so to speak.

What I do is just imagine having a conversation with that person. So in each of the chapter I’d tell them what they are about to learn and why it’s important. I may give them the story of how I  figured it out.

I  imagine them asking “what do I need to know to understand this concept or step?”

So I’d tell them the main points.

Then if applicable  I’d give them the action steps. The “how to” so to speak.  Here’s how you do it… step 1, step 2, step 3, and so on.

And it does NOT need to be perfect – there’s no such thing as perfect. Just get it done – then you go back and fix it up.

A great quote that really helped me write my books are,

“the road to someday leads to a town called nowhere.”

Most people say

“When I know enough, when I have enough time, when I have the talent, when I finish this, THEN I’ll write my book…”

They get to the end of their lives saying,

“I wish I could have or I wish of would have.”

The power is NOW.

Be like the Nike commercial, and just do it.

The great thing is you don’t have to be an amazing writer.

People don’t care how good you write – they care about the result – if you can give the result, you WIN.

Here’s A Quick Recap of The “3 Keys To Write A Book With Ease”

Key number 1:  Know your customer- who they are , what problems they have, what they want and don’t want,  and what they do want.

Key number 2:  Create a structure – making an outline that bridges the gap from what they don’t want to the ant.

Key number 3:  Fill in the blanks- Tell them what they’re going to learn, why, main points, and action steps, if you can. And just do it. The hardest part is starting. The hardest part is getting to the gym. But once you start you’ll get in the zone. And your writing will start to “flow.”

Using these “3 keys how to write a book with ease” you’ll not only make writing your book a lot easier, it will also be a lot faster. Most importantly you’ll write a book that people actually want to buy. You’ll help others, make an impact and difference, leave a lasting legacy. Not to mention you get paid for it. And there’s also the respect, power, and authority that comes form writing a book.

144 Responses to “How To Write A Book “3 Keys To Write A Book With Ease””

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    • Hi Courtnay,
      Thank you for the feedback.
      And we are happy to know that you liked our videos and you found this very informative.
      If you need anything, feel free to ask us.

      -Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  4. jyotica says:

    beautiful way to encourage people to fulfil the dream of being an author

    • Hi,
      Yes, it is our way also to encourage people to fulfill their dream to become an author.
      People may think that writing a book is very hard but we want them to know that it isn’t as long as you know the secret weapon how to make it easier.
      We also want to inspire people that they can write their own book if they will only believe in themselves.
      And we are willing to extend our hands to help them.

      -Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  5. anees says:

    please guide me in writing a book about what i dont have much idea but a greater intention.

  6. Blessie D. says:

    Truly at all times, good writers must always write for their target audience and not for themselves. I, as a frustrated writer, am really guilty of this. Though I have been using third person perspective in writing my compositions, the flow of thoughts, and of course the words, just seem to reflect what I have been thinking inside–more of a projection. Even though my compositions are intended for a certain population, it seems like I am just communicating to myself and not to my audience.
    In short, I am not an effective writer…. YET. But for starters, the article on “3 Keys To Write A Book With Ease” reminded me of the most important thing all writers should consider in writing a book–Writers MUST Know their Readers.

    • Hi Blessie,
      Though we are writing for a certain population, we still feel that something is missing but we can’t conclude that we are not effective.
      I don’t agree with you that you an not an effective writer.
      Perhaps you just followed the tradition way of writing which need to be changed for the better.
      So start the change now with yourself and for sure you can capture the heart of your audience.
      You can do it :)

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  7. hasantha banduwardana says:

    I have to say that the above article was goo for the starters who join the book writing field for the first time.
    My idea for the book writers is ,”just write the things that comes to your mind for the first time. With writing you will get your own style and you will be able to make your own work from then”. So if you want to write a book just step into it.

    • Hi Hasantha,
      Yes this article is good not only for those who are just starting to write a book but also to those writers who are still looking for the secret weapon to success.
      And I agree with your idea.
      So keep it up and I hope you can use those ideas in writing your own book.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  8. Sai says:

    It was my long ambition to publish a book but was stuck with so many doubts like how to write a book which can make a change in the society and influence people. This blog gave me a good idea of how to write a book, starting from the basics of writing and publishing, without which my book would not be a great success. From this site, I came to know many new things like the structure and how to make the motivated people more eager to read my book. So this is my advice to follow the instructions given in the site for those people who wish to write a book and earn some money.

    • Hi Sai,
      Sometimes we have doubts if the book we are writing can influence others or will it be useful for them but all we have to do is to try our best to give them what they need.
      I’m glad you found this blog very useful and I hope this will motivates you to fulfill your ambition which is to publish your own book.
      If you need anything, just let us know.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  9. sobiairam says:

    The writer has shared a great idea about hows to write a book easily according to your thoughts,this site is much more useful for the writers who want to make money by writing and publishing their books.Writing a books.
    The most important thing what i have learned from here is that before writing a book we must have complete knowledge about the subject we are writing on,if we don not do so our book will not facinate the hearts of its readers and they will find it of useless so we should first know what people are passionate to learn about then make it our subject.

    • Hey,
      You got it right!
      Before writing a book you must be well- equipped with the things you must consider first to make it successful.
      You must know what your readers need, what they want and from there everything will follow.
      Good luck and I know you can do it.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  10. Mozibur says:

    What a beautiful site about New writer!
    It’s more helpful for new writer.
    many many thanks

  11. Mozibur says:

    Great Help for new Writer! this does make it a bit easier. I now have a format to start with. I have always wanted to write a book, but never really had any professional advice on how to go about it. The breakdown just gives me that ‘go ahead’ push I needed. And the best thing is that I get this from the comfort of my bedroom

    • Hi Mozibur,
      I’m glad that this article really make sense for you.
      I am glad to know that you’re now guided in doing your own books upon seeing this article.
      You made the great choice and I know this is just a beginning and that I know in the long run you’ll probably finish your own book with passion.
      Keep it up and wish you all the success!!

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  12. Sadat says:

    Thanks a lot for giving us such a good tips for writing a book. I am trying to write a book but I thought it is so difficult. But now I think its so easy because of your tips. Keep posting about the tips that how to write a book.

    • Hi Sadat,
      You’re welcome.
      It’s good to know that you find it more easier writing your books because of this article.
      I know for sure that you are now comfortable writing your own books by following this tips.
      Keep it up.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  13. I had the opportunity to publish a book about internships and I wish I had seen seen this post beforehand! It would certainly have saved me heaps of time.

    At least it is a relief to see that I got some things right, such as identifying what kind of information my target audience was after.
    I learned some other things from mistake and I totally agree that the last part is to fill in the blanks, although that is one of the first things that one attempts to do when writing a book.

    Thanks for this useful post, I will bookmark it and recommend it to my aspiring-authors friends.

    • Hi Roberta,
      Congratulations for publishing your own book!!
      And it’s good to know that you also did the same thing in your book.
      For sure you are in the right track.
      But if you need anything, don’t hesitate to tell us.
      And thanks for the recommendation.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  14. Striker says:

    I’ve written 6 books pretty long too and I’m in middle school. This helped, thanks Alex

    • Hi Striker,
      Wow!6 books and yet you are still in the middle school!
      You are absolutely love writing and it is a good start to be able to reach your dreams.
      Just keep it up :)
      And you are very welcome.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  15. Cameron9 says:

    This Is Very Helpful :>

  16. Nona says:

    I would really like to thank you for sharing what you had experience as a writer and I can certainly say that writing is more than just a profession since it is also a calling and an art, However based on experience as a blogger (although a blog isn’t a book per se), It’s really hard to sell an idea, but thanks to your video I was able to correct myself and I was able to get more readers after I applied your tips. It’s not just for books but blogs as well.

    Cheers! and much thanks…

    • Hey Nona,
      Thanks for your appreciation.
      This article will really increase your readers as this helps you gain more ideas in writing your own book.
      Newbies as well as professional authors will never regret when applying this helpful articles.
      Enjoy Writing.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  17. georgiaman says:

    GREAT!! dude you are truly amazing.. ive been scavenging all over youtube bacause i really wanted to start my own book.. ive learned alot in your video. every sec is worth watching.. im gonna recommend this video to my friends.. GREAT JOB….

    • Hey,
      You’re welcome.
      It’s good to know that after a long search, you were able to found this blog site.
      And I’m glad you found this very helpful.
      And thank you for the recommendation.

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  18. Carita del Moral says:

    Wow! this does make it a bit easier. I now have a format to start with. I have always wanted to write a book, but never really had any professional advice on how to go about it. The breakdown just gives me that ‘go ahead’ push I needed. And the best thing is that I get this from the comfort of my bedroom..Thanks @WriteAbookAlex.

    • Hi Carita,
      You’re welcome.
      And it’s good to know that this makes writing easier for you. And now you have all the reason to start writing your own book.
      I know you can do it, just keep believing in yourself.
      Good luck and if you need anything, just let us know.

      -Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  19. Brooklyn says:

    What a trick!! What a creativity!! Absolutely it’s an informative and helpful video for writing a creative book. I think these three keys are the main points of view of writing a book. It is not only helpful for new writer but also for older writer to increase the reputation of their books. Thanks a lot for this type of educative video. Hope It will help writers to reach their goal…

    • Hi Brooklyn,
      You’re welcome.
      And thanks for the feedback.
      Feedback like this motivates us to do well and make more useful videos for writers out there.

      -Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  20. whostheman17 says:

    After watching this video, I’m very sure that anyone who viewed this will know how to write a VERY GOOD BOOK. I can even recommend this video to my friends.

  21. Sari says:

    The points mentioned by you are quite good and inspiring.”The road to someday leads to no where” is like a food for thought, makes me wanna act and write something. I have always believed that we should never fear shadows cause they only mean there is a light shining somewhere nearby………and “Actions speak louder than words”…………so a million thanks…

    • Hi Sari,
      You’re welcome.
      And you really got the point.
      When you want to start writing, start it now.
      Don’t let any shadow get along the way.
      Indeed, you’re right. Action speaks louder than words.
      So make a move, start it now.

      -Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support S

  22. kathyvz says:

    I have always wanted to write a book. This is very useful video you posted here. I like the tips you’ve shared. I can’t thank you enough! For people who wants to start writing their own book, this is worth the watch. I will be waiting for your other tips. :)

    • Hi,
      You’re always welcome.
      And it’s good to know that you found our video very useful as well as the tips we shared.
      And if you really wanted to start writing your own book, start it now.
      I know that it’s going to be easier now after all the things you learned from here.
      So good luck and if you need anything, feel free to ask us.

      -Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  23. Christine says:

    I really like how you come up with the “3 keys”. I was actually looking for some motivation on how to really write a good book and seeing this video will now help me. Thank you so much for sharing your creative ideas. I really appreciate this. Hope to see more videos from you. God bless you.

    • Hi Christine,
      You’re welcome.
      And it’s good to know that you finally found our video after looking for motivation.
      I’m sure this will help you a lot and will keep you going.
      good luck and feel free to ask question to us.

      -Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

      PS: Make sure you check out our free blueprints that will help take what you know and turn it into a real book that people automatically want to buy, get past common blocks that stop most people from finishing their book and much much more.

      Here’s the link to join:

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  24. Mr. Wright says:

    I like your ideas and mostly key # 1 “Know your reader”
    Now I am going to write my own ebook and get back to you after a while :)

    Thanks for awesome tips and also looking for more videos.

    • Hi Mr. Wright,
      Good to know that you liked the idea in Key#1 “Know your Readers”.
      This will surely be your first step to make your eBook be successful.
      And now, since you are decided to write your own eBook, you can always ask us if you need anything.
      Good luck and keep it going :)

      –Lane Cabillar
      Alex Albright’s Support Staff

  25. jn21655 says:

    Thanks for this video. Two of my close friends are truly benefited by watching this video. It is much useful for the people who really want to write a good book. My friends are very pleased to me for sharing the video with them. 

  26. Luke says:

    this is very helpful for my projects in school..thank you alex this is one of the best video I’ve ever seen,.it teach me now how to start since i am not really a good writer.,seeing it, it makes me one now.,God Bless and hope to view more of your videos soon..

  27. webmaster_peter says:

    I’m interested in writing but have no or less ideas how to write.i have researched much about how to write a book but I’m not found any helpful tips or ideas.After watching this video I’m much surprised that these are the best tips which a writer should follow.Thanks for upload and I should be follow your news letter for more tips.

    Thanks

  28. Melissa S. says:

    Wow! This is very helpful. I’m a student and videos like will help a lot. Thanks so much and PLEASE make more videos.  Keep up the good work! Cheers!

  29. Laarni says:

    Thank you for this video. I do create a blog on my own so it gave me more interest in doing so when I have seen this one. Thank you for making this video and for the 3 Keys on How to Write a book. Keep it up!

  30. Ma. Damsel says:

    I am interested in writing but always been unsure about how to take an original idea and create the final product from it. I found your ideas interesting and made me eager to learn more. i thought your style of presentation made the almost ten minute video appear a lot shorter unlike a lot of educational videos around.

  31. Cristine says:

    It’s a great video, no kidding. I would agree particularly with the Key Number 2, Creating a Structure. THAT key would really help me in creating a book, not just writing a book by the way. This video, honestly, helps a lot. Keep this up.. =)

  32. CJ says:

    Nice video… keep it up bro..

  33. beachbaby_HI says:

    Great points indeed, well spoken…thanks for the advice.

  34. Jovie Enriquez says:

    Nice video.. It gives me more idea how to write my own book.. Keep it up.. more videos like this pls..

  35. Leslie Anne says:

    I personally really like this video about how to write a book. I’ve searched for material like this on the internet from some time. Happy I found this. You give the big picture and exact simple details. I am going to join your newsletter now to get your free course as you suggest.

    • Awesome - with the course your get BLUEPRINT “fill in the blank” templates that I think you’ll love. I am glad you like this and happy I could help!

      Talk soon,
      Alex Albright

  36. MRClarinet says:

    This video is a little too rehearsed and stiff for me. I am really enjoying some of the more list and visual techniques that you have been using lately though. For people that are more visual learners, it really helps. It appeases to both visual and audio learning styles.

    • Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it!

      I’ll keep it in mind for the next videos. Make sure you subscribe to my channel to be the first to get and use my best book-writing and profit producing techniques.

      Talk soon,
      Alex Albright

  37. Ferris says:

    Damn, this is actually a really good video with great outline of the your “3 keys” examples. More videos like this. Will check out your free course now. Thank you. Keep it up.

  38. legoman262 says:

    I don’t think he blinks O.O

  39. Lisa says:

    anytime.run the next one past me.

  40. Rocky Afzelius says:

    Not sure. I’m going to see if I have enough material for a book after twelve weeks on the diet I’m doing. If that’s not enough, I may need to make it a year long process.

  41. Rocky Afzelius says:

    It’s going well, and your video influenced the product. Whereas I initially intended it to be a log of my experience on a new diet, I will now use it as a way people can learn the diet. I will show them how to start, then gradually increase their knowledge to hack and improve on it.

  42. Brent says:

    Hey Alex, Thanks been enjoying your videos. I’ve been making major progress on my book so thank you. You make it sound so simple. Or maybe simpler. LOL

  43. Stacey Perez says:

    Thank you Alex. I appreciate your advice as I’m on my journey to finish my book. Will check out your site for more info.

    • Cool. Here to help. And if (or when) you hit the bumps on your journey that we all make, just shoot me a message or leave me a comment. I’ll answer as soon as I can. Enjoy the journey :)

      Alex Albright

  44. Sean_Marie says:

    Great! This is really helpful for aspiring authors/writers. Thank you for this video post, I’ve learned so much about it and the key points are actually TRUE and HELPFUL. These are really KEY points as they are really applicable. Thanks for the video post!

  45. jeffrey_uk says:

    Wow! I like this video. I learned a lot in starting to write a book, I’m actually a bookworm person. I love books. I’m an aspiring writer but unfortunately, I can’t create even a simple book. I could imagine things of this and that but nothing happen. I didn’t thought that there is a proper and useful way to write a book. Now, I become busy in my life and I don’t have time to write, I just read books. But you said something about time management. I’ll think about it. Thanks to link

    • Hey! I’m a bookworm too :) Yeah as we get older life just seems to get busier doesn’t it? Maybe one day you’ll find the time. I bet with all the books you read you could write one pretty easy, and it’d be awesome! If you ever get started on it, give me a shout :) Talk to you later.

      Alex Albright

  46. Rusty says:

    Thanks for this video. It is a very helpful tool for anyone who wants to write and sell book. It’s simple and straightforward I agree. I have finished a manuscript which I just kept in my drawer for years “cause I wasn’t sure if I missed something. But thanks to this video. I will go over my manuscript and try to make something out of it.

  47. cbowe014 says:

    This is a great article for writers who have not gain much Technic about writing a book. I am impressed and learning from this video tutorial that how to write high quality books for readers. If i get the point this following Technics i will be better book writer in my area. So, thanks ! this is the line which i need.

  48. Veronice Morgan says:

    Wow! At last, a straightforward, easy to understand guide for writers. Thank you for presenting a daunting topic in such an informative way. I can’t wait to take your class!

  49. Claire says:

    I love the way you make this “slippery” concept very easy to understand and apply. It depends on what you want actually, to write a book for yourself and only your friends and family will buy, or one for a group of people united by a purpose!

    • Yeah great point. A book can have many purposes. Pretty cool isn’t it? Your book sounds like it would be interesting for some reason. When you finish it let me know :)

      Alex Albright

  50. Chris says:

    Yes, most of the people don’t know that how to write a book. So, they makes many unwanted mistakes which are not expected to readers. Your shared these secret 3 keys are very effective for me and other book writers. Because i think following these 3 keys can improve my writing capacity without making any mistake. This video is a great asset to me. Thanks for sharing this helpful video with us.

    • Yeah, unfortunately most of us weren’t taught how to write a book. It’s harder than one would think of isn’t it? Glad you like these 3 keys to write a book. If you want more detail and some cool “blueprints” be sure to check out my site HowToWriteABookThatSellsItself (.) com.

      Alex Albright

  51. Derek says:

    Wow, this is a great video. I really like to write, mostly for the hope of getting my dreams out of my head for other people to gawk at, but am always worried about what people will think of my stories. Then, after watching this video, I thought of all the silly stories out there. Mines bound not to be the worse. :) Thanks for sharing this video. Very inspiring!

    • haha you’re the only one who worries about that 😉 I had so much fear to write my book it was crazy. I guess we have to be like Susan Jefferson say, “Feel the fear and do it anyways.” I’m glad you liked this video and it helped. I’ll make another video for you soon :) Thanks again.

      Alex Albright

  52. Crystal says:

    Very informative, it does not just give tips in making a book but you gave the most important things to consider in writing. Huge number of writers were not sure of what their doing for they don’t know how to make a book that will give the best information with the right order and they don’t know how to start it. The third key which is the Filling the Blanks will give a hint to the writers and your tips/strategy which is by writing it in a piece of paper and joining them together. Thank you

    • You got it! Connect/join up ideas and the value of your book goes up ten fold! I always say “Information is free, but systems are not.” Connect things up and order them like a system and people BUY systems/gathered information. Thanks for the awesome comment :)

      Alex Albright

  53. Val Andrew says:

    You’re a really nice teacher of this subject. I want to write a book and your tips are just what I needed to start. Short, clear, and very explainable. Thank you, your tips will also help lots of young writers as me. It is a pretty presentation and a good explanation!

  54. Becky says:

    You’re so right. Especially when it’s personal, I dislike the look at me approach. I feel like a failure, & it doesn’t tell me how their techniques apply to me. Empathizing without lecturing is no easy feat.

    My tendency to over organize often gets in the way {seems I’ve taught my teenagers well too}. I love the idea of chunking. Adding or subtracting is far easier than obsessing over making it right from the beginning; & alleviates some of the fear associated with starting a project. Thanks!

  55. ivan_0428 says:

    It doesn’t matter where do you live,one thing connects as all–no time.Your reader will not go for a book above 200 pages-in a quick time,you have to be quick.An exception:some writers have excellent intro that goes beneath your skin,using words that target you as a person,not as a buyer. Our mind will approve or disapprove a person in first 5 minutes.Same applies.You have to build excitement and crush it down, to confuse and go on in direction that reader will not assume.Fiction or non-fiction.

    • True …we make judgments so fast. Sometimes not even knowing… I like the distinction between buyer and person. Labels can have a huge impact. I personally like to all my “buyers” friends. I think it makes it more personally, fun, and I really like to add a LOT of value to my friends. Thanks for the comment :)

      Alex Albright

  56. Lisa says:

    once upon a time..you never can tell who the reader is! they say there is a book in all of us.key one..astound with an opening entrance…looks like the tabel is cutting him in half, so informal. the blurred vision while taking closeups does not do it justice.the video is so drawn out i lost interest. get to the point.key two - place in the right order, create. key three – fill in the blanks! are the blanks reading between the lines? and they lived happily ever after..

  57. Maria says:

    I admire the way you linked those examples with the key points. Simple, intriguing and insightful. I’m literally compelled to visit the site now. Very impressive.

  58. bridge_143 says:

    An awesome and helpful presentation. Thank you for your tips. I am very much interested with your site. It gives a true value of readers choice. Thanks again for decorative presentation.

  59. Robert Wayne says:

    Very educative and interesting. I’ve been thinking of writing a book for a while now but just didn’t know where to start from and how to keep it going until it is complete. This is very helpful, thanks. I also love the fact that you made your presentation simple and straight forward; there’s nothing distracting in the background. Good job and thanks for the tips. I’m heading to your site asap.

    • Oh yeah that’s a good one, getting started in writing a book and finishing can be two different “battles”. I’m glad you liked the video and I’ll talk to you soon :)

      Alex Albright

  60. Nick says:

    Pretty impressive for a person like me who is planning on to star writing a book and the three keys really help a beginner to write a book. It gives a lot of information regarding the reader’s choice too which would really help a new writer to understand their readers. Truly Appreciable.

  61. Alex says:

    Alex,

    You forgot the same recipes which you are advicing. By your same guidelines, we may say:

    1 Read to know

    2 Destructure your creation

    3 Blank your fillings

    Your attempt is really precious, your results not.

    You neglect a main key, the writer creates his reader, so he’s not like the fisher who goes to the lake, he is lke the breeder who feeds the trouts.

    Altogether, a good shot, but the target is missed-

    Play it again,

    Alex

  62. Liliane says:

    As an aspiring writer, I can say this video was extremely inspirational and helpful.

    Three keys for writing a book; who knew it could be so easy?

    I will definitely taking the free writing course that you linked (excited!) and I look forward to your next video.

    Thanks Alex!

  63. Robie Rina says:

    great video. the concepts are easy to understand and very applicable to every day life. keep it up!

  64. Mary Ann says:

    thank you so much for posting this helpful video
    i love books so much and nothing is better then losing yourself in a book. The smell and feel of a book can’t be replaced. and those 3 keys to write a book which u have described in your video were so easy and friendly.
    GREAT JOB !!

  65. Attorney1955 says:

    Thank you Alex. I appreciate your advice as I’m on my journey to finish my book. Will check out your site for more info.

  66. click says:

    A interesting blog post there mate . Thank you for that .

  67. Ashana Pootrah says:

    This is a great video tutorial about How to Write a Book! I agree with everything that is stated in this video especially the first one–know your reader. I think it’s the most crucial part of writing a book because we authors need to target the generation that is currently dominating now so that our books would sell. Man, I like the way this guy thinks.

    • Wow great feedback, thanks :) Yeah you said it, know the reader so the book will sell. The reader buys, they vote with their money :) Thanks again and I hope to talk again soon.

      Alex Albright

  68. Minerva says:

    hello alex, i love the way you deliver your talk… you are smart to talk on how to write a book… keep up the good work..

  69. Latoya Johnson says:

    Thanks Alex, this is a very educative material, of paramount importance for anyone who is a writer or one who intents to start writing soon, like me. keep up the good job! 

  70. DaniC. says:

    Hi there! I have long been wanting to write my own book thus I stumbled upon your video. Your insights are very useful and informative. However, your video is a bit bland and your voice is monotonous. I have to agree to some comments above that the video is a bit boring. But then again as I’m very determined to write my own book, I’m using this video as a reference! thanks very much for this!

  71. lexi says:

    i will give you 7 out of 10. its good but many things can be improved. it is helping for new writers cause you discuss all about from starting to end. so, thank you mr. alex for this video.

  72. Rocky Afzelius says:

    Love the simplicity.

    A lot of authors don’t think of themselves as a business. As such, they don’t even realize they have customers with needs. I think that is what leads them to focusing on their own qualifications and needs instead of what their readers need.

    BTW, great advice on structure. I’m starting a health-related project, and your pain/pleasure break down makes a lot of sense. I might have to rethink how I’m organizing my stuff.

    • Wow you hit the nail on the head with that one. I’m just going to quote what you said since I already read it a few times and want to emphasize it for anyone else who reads this:

      “A lot of authors don’t think of themselves as a business. As such, they don’t even realize they have customers with needs. I think that is what leads them to focusing on their own qualifications and needs instead of what their readers need.”

      Thank you.

      Alex Albright

      P.S. How’s the health project going?

  73. Leo says:

    Hi Alex,

    Nice video, but it seems to be a little boring, just go with the trend man,

    It looks like a video from the 80s, don’t be so stiff,

    Also don’t stress on the same point, go for some examples,

    Other than that your video rocks.

  74. ziggyman73 says:

    thank you so much for posting this helpful video

    i love books so much and nothing is better than losing yourself in a book. the smell and feel of a book can’t be replaced. and those 3 keys to write a book which u have described in your video were so easy and friendly.

    GREAT JOB !!!

  75. Zeny Hernandez says:

    It is a very good idea of making a very simple and easy to learn by anyone. It will help the interested people in writing. This will help them so much. very good job.

  76. Flor says:

    Thanks for these nice tips. I have researched much about how to write a book but found that these are the best tips which a writer should follow. Because you have explained A to Z mean what should be writer thinking then what should be his goal and then write a book. Best tips

  77. Kiya says:

    Wow, what a brilliant video!

    The concepts and techniques taught can be easily used by anyone. They are simple and yet so effective.

  78. Mandy Smith says:

    Nice to see someone taking a step by step approach to this issue. People interested in writing do not always see the forest for the trees in regards to what is involved with writing. They allow too much baggage interfere with doing it and your video makes it seem so much easier. Good job

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