No one – well, hardly anyone – drafts a whole book in a month. So at this stage on your journey I’d like to remind you of a few of things you can be keeping in mind as you write, and give you a couple of new things to think about.
Once you get into the swing of writing, it is easy to become buried in what you know and lose sight of what you want your book to achieve. It pays to constantly check yourself by revisiting the three major considerations raised previously:
Who is your audience? Who is this book for? Who will be reading it? How much do they already know about your topic?
What is your message? What is the single main thing you want to say with this book?
What is your purpose? What are you aiming to achieve with his book?