Anyone can write a book. It might suck or be incomprehensible, but so what: its still a book. Nothing is stopping you right now from collecting all of your elementary school book reports, or drunken napkin scribbles, binding them together at Kinkos for 20, slapping a title on the cover, and qualifying as an author. First, you write your" book" using Microsoft Word in the usual way but avoiding bullet points, special fonts, headers, and footers, and inserting a page break at the end of every chapter.
Next, save the document using Word's" save as web page" facility. Then download a special program from Amazon which converts your document into Kindle Today coach Azul Terronez stops by to teach you actionable steps to write your first book. Plus hear what's it's like to transition to a digital nomad. Yes, anyone can write a book. Particularly now because anyone can publish a book by just uploading it to Amazons Kindle platform or Smashwords.
But just because everyone has the ability to write a book doesnt mean everyone will write a book. Many people have the idea of, I should write a Anyone can write a novel.
Or can they? Plenty of people think they can, that it's easy to craft a story and write a book. But writing a book isn't as easy as it seems.