Podcast Episode #10
Cathy Fyock, CSP, SPHR, is The Business Book Strategist and works with thought-leaders and professionals who want to write content as a strategy for business development. She has helped over 100 professionals become published authors. Cathy is the author of eight books, including On Your Mark: From First Word to First Draft in Six Weeks, and Blog2Book: Repurposing Content to Discover the Book You’ve Already Written.
Turn Blog into a Book in 10 Steps
Step 1: Identify your business purpose for writing a book.
Step 2: Develop the thesis statement for your book.
Step 3: Identify your target market.
Step 4: Identify the questions your target has about your thesis.
Step 5: Organise the questions identified in the previous step into a logical sequence and have them form the outline of your book.
Step 6: Create a project plan – what you will write and by when.
Step 7: Follow your project plan and write a minimum of once per week.
Step 8: Review your blog post and remove those that don’t fit.
Step 9: Organise your blog posts into the first draft of your book.
Step 10: Find a publishing partner and/or an editor.
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