How To Write A Good Book
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Writing a book are you? Never done it before?
Then don't worry, neither have I, but I do know a thing or two about writing a book, because I have researched methods and techniques as I hope to one day write one book and then many books on all of my favourite topics and story ideas.
Writing a good book comes all down to planning, a book must have an initial purpose or goal for existing as readable text, it must be present to explain what the book is about, whether it be a story or an information packed book, so for a story a synopsis is required and a conten based book must have a headline and an overview that explains what the book will do for someone who buys it to read.
A novel which is a story book must have a beginning, a middle and an end for it to be readable and to be followed as a story, so when writing the start of your story in draft, your story would have to have a starting point, maybe a simple event that has a knock on effect for the entire story or a subtle explanation which slowly brings into focus the main characters of the story, the beginning of a novel is one of the main hooks that should keep the reader interested, and the other hooks would be the front cover illustration and the story synopsis on the back cover.
The middle of your written story must have a balance and an equal amount of what could happen if you are building up suspense or more drama plot points for the story to build up to the end, the middle of the story is the filler part, alot of it, and for the most part this is where the turning point of the story occurs and the main character(s) get some top priority for showcasing some characterization if you are into that type of stuff.
The end of your story is the best bit, as it should wrap up your story and satisfy the reader in some way, the conclusion of stories should be finished so as to include elements of the beginning and the middle story parts, maybe slight reminders through the eyes of the characters or some other plot device could be useful here.
In the case of open ended stories that continue, like a saga or a trilogy of books then you still have to resolve the story for each book, before you can move on, as this is the way of writing these multi-part books.
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Writing Content Based Books
The ways of writing useful books that are going to help someone are easily understood if you think about the customer and reader as one person, because this makes sense, identifying problems that can be solved by the creation of your book or ebook could be achieved by asking lots of questions offline, but also through relevant forums and discussion boards you could find the answers to the things that your potential niche want to find out about and read.
The chapters become more important within a book that provides informational content, as the reader can simply skim through the chapter contents and find the relevant answers for the types of problems they need to solve, and this is why yourbook needs to be top notch and provide the answers to multiple problems that make it a really good read and almost a pocket reference for excellent solutions.
I always think of a how to book as sort of a condensed blog on a subject with all the solid meaty blog posts all ordered in a sequential order, and I always look at the problogger book as a great example, as the book is like a mini version of the popular how to blog Problogger with headlines, bullet points and lists of stuff that is highly useful and handy for the blogger.
Also picking the topic or niche is a good and overall effective piece of planning because if you play your cards right, then you can corner a niche with multiple sets of sub niches that all relate to the over arcing niche, people always want to be directed to related topics and sub chapters and paragraphs of useful information, very much like a blog, so always think blog when you write a content based book.