Fri, 26 December 2014
Picture a triangle with a different word at each point: fast, cheap, and quality. This shape represents the author continuum in which you can only focus on two out of the three points. You can make your book fast and cheap, but it won’t be high in quality. It can be cheap and well-written, but it won’t be fast. Since the best way to build up a following is to publish skilled books at a rapid clip, this post will focus on the other option: fast and high-quality books.
When a new author hears about the writing pace of bestsellers like Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant, it can be easy to get discouraged. While their output seems almost superhuman, the truth is that they’ve perfected the art of planning out their publishing schedule. If you want to produce more work, then you need to start by doing a better job of planning every aspect of your writing process. Here are six steps you can take to write a book every 90 days.