How to Write a Book in 60 Days 

Jorge Olson

May 19, 2023

How to Write a Book in 60 Days 

Writing a non-fiction book can be a daunting task. It requires extensive research, organization of ideas, and the ability to communicate effectively. But did you know you can write a non-fiction book in just 60 days? These include business, motivational, self-help, and communications books. It does not include novels of any kind. Writing a novel could take a year or more! 

How do you write a book in 60 days? One word at a time!!! 

That’s not far from the truth. However, today we’ll learn the hacks of how I’ve written more than ten books this year for me and my clients. 

Here are three tips to writing a book in 60 days: 

  1. Create your book skeleton 
  1. Record or write your story 
  1. Copy-Editing 

  1. Create Your Book Skeleton 

You can do this in Word, Excel, or any other word processor. 

  • Write all your chapters and subchapters 
  • If you can, write a paragraph or two 
  • List all the stories and case studies 
  • Show, don’t tell = Use stories. Suppose you lived an experience that taught you a lesson. Don’t just state the lesson; tell the story first. 
  • If you’re writing a motivational book, write about your story.  

I wrote a book called “Lessons From My Guardian Angel.” I was inspired to write stories of motivation, inspiration, and transcendence. The personal stories I share in this book and the lessons I describe are meant to make you pay close attention to important moments in your life and catch a glimpse of something special, even if you don’t believe in angels. The lessons are meant to motivate you, and the stories are intended to make you reflect, laugh, or cry.  

  1. Record or Write Your Story 

Some of you want to write every word. If you’re going to have a 40,000-word book, you need to write 1,000 words per day for 40 days. With this progress, you’ll be done in less than 60 days. 

The recording gives you about 120 words per minute. You need 5 to 6 hours to record your 40,000 words. Just make sure you don’t transcribe your recordings. 

  1. Copy Editing 

The third and final step is copy editing. The editor is the person that reviews your book for spelling and grammar. For non-fiction books, they can also give you feedback on the flow and tone of the book. They can tell you if your book is an easy read or not. If you recorded your story, you’ll need the editor to take your recordings and turn them into a book.  

Writing a book is one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences you can have. It allows you to express yourself, share your knowledge and ideas with others, and make a lasting impact on the world. 

Writing a book also allows you to develop your writing skills, hone your craft, and become an expert in your field. It is a great way to build credibility in your industry and establish yourself as an authority on the subject matter. Writing a book also provides an avenue for self-expression and creativity. Through writing, you can create something that will last long after you’re gone. 

If you were to ask me what my favorite thing to do every day, the answer is easy: writing. I love to write. It is therapeutic for me. I love to share stories and help others feel better, gain knowledge, be entertained, and learn new lessons. 

It may sound impossible, but it is possible to write your book in 60 days with the right strategies and tools. With the help of these tools, you can outline your ideas, organize them into chapters, and write your book in no time. In addition to that, you can also use AI writing assistants to help you generate content quickly and accurately. 

Following these three simple steps, you can write a non-fiction book in two months. So, what are you waiting for? Get started on your writing journey today! 

About me:

I am the author of “Build Your Beverage Empire, Third Edition,” A new edition book that helps you create a Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) and beverage company. It touches on topics from getting investment for your company, business modeling, and beverage development to sales and distribution.



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