If you want to write a book of your very own, all you have to do is emulate them! To help you achieve just that, we've put together this step guide to how to write a book, chock full of information and advice from the most prolific, successful writers in the business. The one thing you absolutely need to write a book is, of course, an idea. If you don't have that, you'll never get past the first page of your draft. You may already know what you want to write about, or you may be at a total loss.
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My late mother was a convincing example of one who never believed she had arrived. Mom was not only a piano teacher well into her eighties, but she was also a piano student. The books below in alpha order by author represent a fraction of those available. You could read one per day for the rest of your life and not exhaust the resources. But, in my opinion, these are the best books on writing available.
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Remove the fanfare and most writing advice boils down to read more, write more, and get better feedback. Let's talk about that first one. If writing is output, reading is often the most important input. You'll understand what makes Hemingway's writing exceptional or overrated by reading his books, not from taking his advice. Study your idols, as that is a much more rewarding and reliable strategy.
But sometimes, rather than taking a course, it's reading a book that can truly improve your skills. Let's look at eight business writing books you can read that will expand your horizons and teach you to become a better writer. Each of the eight titles below have lessons and actionable tips for anyone who needs help in the business writing department.