Almost every adult I've met has admitted that they've always wanted to write a book. Some have even written many pages, perhaps years ago, but never completed or published the book. Dragging out the writing of your book is the problem. It makes writing a mind-numbing, confidence-diminishing, self-sabotaging process.
Think about removing a bandaid. Peeling it off slowly in an effort to avoid pain has just the opposite affect, and it prolongs the pain. Snapping that bandaid off in one rip gets past any pain fast.
When you write your book fast you quickly get past that first phase aptly called the rough draft. Find out how you can this so you can spend the rest of the time doing the real work of an author: revising, marketing and publishing your book.
Join me as I share the keys to writing your book fast and now.