“Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.” A.A. Milne
What is a chapter outline and what are the steps?
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Outlining chapters give us a clear structure, a pathway from one chapter to the next, and provides direction, helps to connect each chapter to the overall theme and helps to answer questions that our reader may have. Most importantly, it makes your book easier and faster to write. There are several ways to get to the outline, my favourite is ‘Step it out’, followed by mind mapping. Today we will look at a step by step approach to outlining.
This video is taken from my course ‘Plan your non-fiction book in a weekend‘.
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Plan your non fiction book in a weekend has been designed to help you to be able to undertake all of the vital planning tasks that make writing a book – simple and stress free
Each day to help you create your book, I am going to answer these essential planning questions:-
- What kind of planner am I and why is this important to know?
- What tools and resources do I need?
- What is the process and cost of writing and publishing a book?
- How long will it take me?
- How do I get ideas for my book?
- How do I choose the ONE big idea for my book?
- What is an outline and how do I create one?
- How can I structure my chapters?
- How do I create and use a book proposal?