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HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK
(Stop dreaming and make it happen)
by Richard Webster
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© Richard Webster 2004
A few weeks ago. who has just had his first novel published. he still had many misconceptions about writing. As I had received a number of letters and newsle tters from him over the years. I have received more letters from readers of that book than from all my other books combined. Twenty books that I ghost wrote for othe r people have also been published. it is never too late to start. and added extra material to clarify certain key secrets.” This shows your age is not a legitimate excuse for not starting something new. I met a woman in her eighties who is about to have her first book published.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 2 INTRODUCTION I’m Richard Webster.ultimately became a book called Seven Secrets to Success (Llewellyn Publications. and the writing business. It is my most translated book (13 languages). author of 80 books. SOME LESSONS I LEARNED THE HARD WAY I make a good living as a writer. He is 97! He said: “My time is getting kind of short. I can now see many of the mistakes I made along the way. However. 1997). he found it useful and has allowed me to share it with you. My friend is working on his first book. You may have read in the newspapers about Virgil S. too. I make a good income doing what I love. That letter – the longest I have ever written . entrepreneurial. I have eliminated information that relates to my friend’s personal circumstances. I want to give you the benefit of my mistakes. I wrote a letter to a friend who was going through a difficult time in his life. He set goals and achieved them. He was ambitious. Cross of Sequim. Washington. a friend told me he had always wanted to become a writer. Not long ago. My biggest mistake was to waste so many years before pursuing my dream. persistent and motivated. but had no idea how to go about it. but I could probably kick out a couple more. and is the one I name whenever people ask me which book is my favorite. However. Although I have always written different things for my own amusement. Fortunately. He was surprised when I told him he already had all the qualities necessary for success as a writer. too. I hope the information in this e-book will motivate and inspire you. FOCUS I decided to become a professional writer when I was nine years old. it was not . My main purpose in writing this is to encourage you to reach your goals. Over the past 30 years. I have had 60 books published under my own name. I knew he could write. I decided to write him a letter. However. About twenty years ago. As my friend appeared serious about his writing. it has taken decades to reach this happy position and. with the advantage of hindsight.
mainly – for this. after 20 ghost-written autobiographies. and unemployed the next. I was struggling to keep up with the work one minute. The bookstore was profitable. I also started ghost-writing. Consequently. and my name never appeared on the covers of the books. I was a successful ghost-writer who had . stage hypnotist. Some of these were modestly successful. and it hadn’t happened? I knew instantly that “it” was my writing career. I learned about the miniscule royalties most authors made from the ir work. By 1987 all of my ventures were doing well. I started off in the right direction. but after a year I had had enough. where I was an average student. Instead of trying to make my living doing one thing. and this revived my old dreams of becoming a professional writer. until my magic and hypnotism shows became profitable again. when I hadn’t managed to do so before? Answer: I’d dabbled at it. Interestingly. I visualized many pleasant conversations with my customers about the latest books. When I left school. Question: Why was I able to succeed as a writer now. Ghost-writing. I started looking at other ways of making a living. delivered buns and donuts during the night. a rubber stamp manufacturing company. But. I discovered something important and it worked well for a long time. I sold printing services during the daytime. What would it be like to wake up at the age of 70. I learned a great deal. and followed this with a printing business. until the stock market crash brought me back to reality. as I felt that learning about what happened inside a publishing company would be helpful to me as a writer. I started a small importing business. as I could not tell anyone what projects I was working on. I had to interrupt my self-employment dreams for a while. I woke up with a horrible thought. It almost put me off writing forever. because I was not making enough money to support my family. which we also had for about a year. was extremely lucrative. for many years I worked as a magician. Sadly. I gave myself five years to make more money out of writing than I was making out of all the other things I was doing. but it did make me think. and mowed lawns in the weekend. my wife and I bought a motel. my biggest problem was producing the correct business card when people requested one. I also had a private school that conducted memory training and psychic development classes. I discovered how difficult it was to get published in the first place. it took almost exactly five years. After I sold it. Lesson: I should have given myself three years. During those years. a book distribution business. At one time. The first of these was owning and operating a bookstore. and a variety of other income-earning ventures. I began doing several things at once. During that same year. the way I did it. One morning in 1991. I spent the next two years demonstrating products at shows and fairs up and down the country. There was also little satisfaction in it. I didn’t make a conscious decision to stop writing.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 3 until I was in my early forties that I was able to make a decent income as a writer. I worked in publishing for several years. On two occasions. pianist and palmist. This was a deliberate choice. as most customers had little time to stop and talk about books and writing. while others were not. Finally. there were few conversations of that sort. and over the following 20 years explored a wide variety of business ventures and occupations. my enthusiasm for this kind of writing began to wane. There were many reasons – excuses.
even one that’s selfimposed. I was one of them. people who know how to go about it professionally succeed against these odds all the time. The answer is focus. I liked working as an entertainer. Fortunately. Like most writers I am extremely good at delaying the start of a new book. delivering donuts. Then I try to beat that date by a day or two. of course. 2. and I give them to you from my heart: 1.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 4 also written two dozen technical books for magicians. LESSON: GIVE YOURSELF A FINISH-IT DATE Whenever I start writing a new book. They were how I earned money to live. If I hadn’t have done that. Consequently. KEY LESSON: FOLLOW YOUR PASSION I believe the other reason I was finally able to succeed was that I had started to follow my passion for writing. Fear. Of course. and a few books for the general public. doubt and worry cripple the lives of countless millions of people. but it was never my passion. Don’t let it happen to you. although I made a good income as an entertainer. I had discovered that the mathematical chances of having a book accepted by a publisher were about one in two thousand. I’ve discovered a sad truth. I wasn’t taking the quality of the raw submissions into my calculations. There are two lessons here. People generally work best when they have a deadline. As soon as I made writing success my major priority. Demonstrating products. It’s never too late to start doing the thing you are truly passionate about. It worked. I mark the proposed completion date in my diary. After almost 60 years of life. I am forced to start immediately. Earlier in my career I had allowed myself to be put off by what I had learned while working in traditional book publishing. and working in a meat processing plant were not high points. I gave myself five years to make more money from writing than all the other occupations I was engaged in at the time. I doubt if I would ever have achieved great success in that field because the passion wasn’t there. I was fortunate in that I always knew what my passion was. Working to a calendar timetable helps me pace my progress. I . I ha ve enjoyed most of my various occupations. I was passionate about none of them. but it motivates and challenges me. It’s just a game. It just took me too long before I was brave enough to pursue it. And that even if the book was published. Some people never find out what their passion is. But once the finish date is in my diary. It also gets me started. the chances of making more than a few cents an hour for the time spent writing it were remote. I gave it the fulltime attention it deserved. But I had allowed the math to put me off.
They lack persistence. It would be interesting to know how many people start to write a book. a bit of magic shows. and again. never give up. you will experience failure. Jack London. But he persisted and eventually became the biggestselling author of his day. and again. Those five extra calls a week add up to 250 in a year. Success Secrets (Llewellyn Publications. After finishing my day’s work on my current book. I am writing this in the same way. and keep on going. you have to send it out again. 2001). I included another piece of advice this same man gave me. started his writing career his rejection rate was 95%. “At the end of the day. etc. He would not be remembered today if he had given up after 599. make just one more call. but give up before it is finished. PERSISTENCE Persistence often makes the difference between success and failure. a bit of motel management. author of such classics as Call of the Wild and Wild Fang. If you have faith in your book. You also need to keep on writing. Have you ever set a goal for yourself. When Erle Stanley Gardner. as everyone else will have stopped calling. . Failure is only temporary. An older.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 5 might still be doing a bit of writing. give it a deadline. received more than 600 rejections before he had a single acceptance. No matter what your goal might be. However. Sir Winston Churchill taught me that.” In my book. creator of Perry Mason. and then failed to achie ve it? That’s an example of failure. when you’ve finished your calls.” (Interestingly. John Grisham’s first novel was rejected 25 times. That alone can make the difference between success and failure. I am spending an extra 15 minutes writing this. It makes no difference what field you are in: never. never. unless you decide not to get up and try again.) FAILURE ALWAYS BRINGS A LESSON No matter what you do. Even many of the people who manage to finish their book lack persistence. and then beat it. We would never have heard of him if he’d given up after one or two rejections. failure doesn’t matter as long as you learn from it. a bit of importing. I received an interesting lesson in the importance of persistence when I was working as a sales representative. a bit of selling. I have experienced it many times over the years. Do you think they were passionate about writing? Their persistence is the best evidence. Keep going back. you’ll get the order. because your next book might be the one that becomes successful. No staying power. more experienced salesman told me: “Never give up. they stuff their book in a drawer and forget about it. After one rejection. Eventually.
put it aside for a few days until the pain of rejection has lessened. That’s because writing is his passion. Now he is just going through the motions of life every day. The first is a form letter that says the manuscript offered “is not suitable for our needs. as it gives no indication as to why the book has been rejected. If you do. it still hurts. still receives rejections regularly. I experienced a good example of this some years ago. It would be hard to find a successful author who hasn’t got a few unpublished. whom I admire greatly. but it hasn’t stopped him writing. He allowed one failed venture to influence his whole life.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 6 I know someone who lost all his money in a disastrous real estate venture. Writers experience failure more often than most. That means I’ll be fully engrossed in the next project. It’s merely feedback. Then read the rejection letter again to see if you agree with all or some of it. However. this same author has made millions of dollars from the many books he has written that have been published. It’s not.” However. The second type is much more useful. I find the best remedy is to start working on my next book as soon as the previous book is finished and in the post.” This is not very helpful. You may receive bad reviews. Even well established authors run the risk of rejection with every manuscript they write. Every author has to start somewhere and often the first attempts at learning our craft are not very good. not me. Every time a manuscript or book proposal gets rejected they consider this a failure. The pain is diminished by the excitement and enthusiasm generated by my current project. After 80 books I’ve discovered that any review is better than none. This occurred 10 years ago but. He has more than 30 unpublished manuscripts in his filing cabinet. I was amazed to discover that one author. He failed to learn any lessons from the experience. manuscripts hidden away somewhere. He suffers terribly from each rejection. No one wants to be rejected. as it makes specific comments about the manuscript. It is unrealistic to expect everyone to like it. and unpublishable. I have learned there are two types of rejection letters. “But it’s the book that’s being rejected. and even a bad review helps sales. . he is still down. make the suggested changes to your manuscript. Jack London and Erle Stanley Gardner received. and send the enhanced version to another publisher. It’s easy to say. If you receive one of these. CRITICS CAN BE GOOD FOR YOU FINANCIALLY When your book gets published you will experience other forms of rejection. MY TECHNIQUE FOR HANDLING REJECTION I have already mentioned the rejections John Grisham. sadly. even if the earlier book gets rejected.
some friends asked me why my books were never reviewed in the newspapers in the city where I live. Swap is an acronym for Salespeople With A . His review was highly amusing and I laughed out loud while reading it. A few days after being forced to resign from the magic club I was the guest speaker at a local Swap Business Club. None of my friends ever mentioned it. People started going into bookstores and asking for my book. Years ago. because of our apparent success. Be prepared for something surprising: even some of your friends may resent your successes. and the title of the book. Over the next few years they were surprised to sell 2.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 7 I wrote a book called Feng Shui for Beginners (Llewellyn Publications. they are usually reviewed in specialist magazines rather than the daily press. so I sent a copy of Feng Shui for Beginners to our daily newspaper. I would discuss a variety of psychic subjects and do instant numerology readings for people who called in. ordered it. the reviewer used it as an opportunity to poke fun at the whole new age field. When you dare to raise your profile in the community you quickly discover that not everyone wishes you well. It wasn’t what he said that upset me. feng shui became so popular that I ended up writing seven books on the subject. When I was making my living as an entertainer I. 1997).000 copies. my wife was most upset with the review and the reviewer. and two other professional magicians. A reporter interviewed me and the article he wrote was syndicated throughout Canada. It filled up a quarter of a page and included a photograph of the book’s cover. He was jealous that I was getting the radio exposure and he wasn’t. It was the fact that I recognised the caller’s voice. BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN CRITICISM GETS PERSONAL Some forms of criticism can be hurtful. but never expected it to become as popular around the world as it has. But an interesting thing happened after the review appeared. but it sold heaps of books. However. A few years ago I was in Canada promoting a book called Palm Reading for Beginners (Llewellyn Publications. instead of a normal review. is mentioned because I’ve found even a harsh review always increases sales. I don’t care as long as my name. However. were forced out of a magicians club. The chances of being loved by everyone are extremely slim. Because of the topics I write about. I am used to ill. A few weeks later. a review appeared. and he was someone I considered a friendly colleague. I became interested in feng shui while in Singapore in the late 1960s. Unfortunately. The largest book chain in the country. I was a regular guest on a late night radio talk show. and they all read the article. At about the time Feng Shui for Beginners was published.informed criticism of this sort. Lesson: life is far too short to waste time with negative people who are false friends. I explained that because most of my books are on new age topics. So far I’ve mentioned the types of rejection and criticism writers receive. the inference of the article was that I travelled around the world picking up women by reading their palms! I know about 20 people in Canada. No one is immune from it. In fact. This explanation did not satisfy my friends. It was embarrassing for me. 2000). Although I was hurt at the time. I am grateful that it happened. which had not previously stocked the book. One evening I was listening to talkback on this same radio station and I heard a caller make some rather unpleasant comments about my previous appearances on the show.
All of this is easier for non-fiction than it is for fiction writers. this organisation is called SPI (Sales Professionals International). . unless you are writing experimental fiction. All the necessary information is easy to find. Why have I mentioned this? If you want to be successful. All successful enterprises do their market research first before they make their product. At Swap I was encouraged to talk about them. That was over a decade ago and I consider my membership in Swap to be one of the most rewarding activities of my life. market research is what most would-be authors do not do. revised edition 2001). At each meeting.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 8 Purpose. This information and a great deal more can be found in these essential reference books. I always enjoy speaking to Swap Clubs because they are a motivational organisation. that I joined SWAP on the spot. and their members are positive. However. you must mix with positive people. In the United States. What is the point of making a widget and then finding out no one wants it? However. Publisher B publishes business thrillers. you will have to write the book first. Many publishers publish crime novels. You can look up possible publishers in books. Lesson: learn the differences between each publisher and others in their field of specialization. If this is your first novel. Most nonfiction book manuscripts are accepted on the basis of a proposal. Publisher C publishes cosy village mysteries. and don’t want to waste their time looking at unsuitable manuscripts. The contrast between the Swap Club and the magicians club I had just left was so marked. Avoid negative people as they will resent your success. Every publisher puts out their writer’s guidelines that tell potential authors what the publisher is looking for. In the SWAP meeting a guest speaker provides us with ideas we can incorporate into our own careers. and then contact the publishers to ask for their guidelines. If you plan to write non. I always return home full of enthusiasm and energy after my weekly Swap breakfast. They write the manuscript for a book and then try to find a publisher. such as Writer’s Market and Literary Marketplace. I have been guilty of this in the past but since discovering this “secret” every book I have written has been published. However. (Be polite and enclose a sase. they will publish it. In my former magicians club I had to keep my achievements quiet because of the jealousy it would create. Your mystery novel might be superb. Here is an example. GIVE YOUR CLIENTS WHAT THEY WANT This is a rule of success in any field. enthusiastic people. Lesson: spending time with positive people on a regular basis (e.) Most of the larger US and UK publishers accept submissions only through agents. Publishers want to publish good books.g. you can increase your chances of publication enormously by choosing your publisher before starting to write your book. The sub-sections within a genre are important. read Write the Perfect Book Proposal: 10 That Sold and Why by Jeff Herman and Deborah Levine Herman (John Wiley and Sons. but it will be rejected if you send it to the wrong publisher. This is because they need books to publish. publisher A publishes hard-boiled-detective novels. weekly) helps you maintain the positive mental attitude you need to achieve success. If you give them what they want.fiction. members have an opportunity to stand up and talk about their recent achievements.
or chapters. but wanted just a bit more information. We never heard from that author again and the book was never published. PROMOTE YOURSELF Authors tend to be quiet. Be so good at what you do. While he was wrapping her purchases I thanked him. She has become interested in mosaics and was looking for materials and information. A few days ago. “But I’m learning everything I can. This is a great opportunity for me and I’m making the most of it. this information can be obtained by asking your customers what they want. . The term prima donna comes to mind. If you want a long. preferably exceeding their expectations at the same time. happy and harmonious relationship with your publisher you must be prepared to do whatever is necessary to ensure your manuscript is what your publisher wants. I then thought that as many of the readers of the book would be visitors to the city. because he went the extra mile. you need to do it. “I’ve only been here a couple of months. I owned a small publishing company. It’s part of the game. The author did the necessary research and included this information too. Do you think she will compare their prices with other craft stores? No. He was knowledgeable and was concerned that she bought only the items that would be most helpful for her. Consequently. Do you think my wife will return to that store? Yes. that your customers will not even think about employing someone else. She knows where she gets top service. many of them hate the thought of appearing in public to help promote or market their book. Your editor might have numerous queries in each chapter and you will have to do extensive research to answer them all. but it was minor compared to the other things we had requested. However.” Do you think he’ll be successful? Yes. You might have to rewrite a chapter. provide it.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 9 Writers are able to determine what publishers are looking for by referring to reference books. Lesson: no matter what the publisher asks for. it would be helpful to provide information on how to visit the different gardens by public transport. Years ago. I went with my wife to a craft store. I can’t remember what it was now. We were virtually ready to accept the book at this stage. I love it here.” he told us. I thought this was an excellent idea and wrote back asking for details on the hours and days the different gardens were open. It is part of the writer’s job. Whatever it is. The author provided this information. An enthusiastic young man went out of his way to help her. and said he must really love his job. An author sent us a small manuscript on privately owned gardens that were open to the public. Find out what they want and then give it to them. introspective people who enjoy being on their own. And egotistical and impossible to deal with. public appearances are a vital part of the process. GO THE EXTRA MILE I have met authors who refuse to change the position of a comma in a sentence. In most other fields.
I’ve had 20 years to discover what works best for me. People cannot buy your book if they don’t know it’s available. but he hasn’t started to write it yet. I never have this problem. It is impossible to give individual attention to every one. outline. he was unable to put this dead time to use. of course. there are countless things you can do to increase sales. A book signing here. Before I’ve finished one book I know exactly what the topic of my next one will be. Lesson: Be careful before you adopt my technique. but you are not a writer until you actually write something. I know many people who daydream about becoming rich and famous from their writing. the blow is softened because you will be well into your next manuscript. 2. If the first book gets rejected. WRITERS MUST WRITE If you want make a career as a professional writer. They have written their manuscript. Consequently. but they never take the first step toward this goal. while writing the current one.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 10 If you want your book to be successful you must do whatever you can to publicize and promote it. This increases your royalties. I even know someone who mentally imagines the excellent reviews his book will receive. Many years ago I phoned a writer friend who had been housebound for a few weeks during a particularly cold winter. 3. However. There are ideas everywhere. Writers must write! These authors could be querying other publishers with their next book proposal. This is the worst thing you can do. many authors find another stage just as difficult. and think about writing. Getting started is the major problem for many would-be authors. a radio interview there – everything adds up. In fact. In the conversation I mentioned that at least it gave him plenty of time to write. My friend told me he was at an awkward stage. 4. Fortunately. and I have a notebook full of topics I’d like to write about one day. Your writing skills will develop. They then sit back and wait. I’m researching my next book. you need to write. Okay. but this is only partly true. Your publisher might publish hundreds of books a year. You are demonstrating discipline and good work habits. The waiting time will pass more quickly. or start to write another book while they are waiting on the outcome of the first manuscript. but more importantly it means your publisher will be keener to accept your next book. 1. Another problem can be choosing a topic for a second book. most of the time. Or they could research. You might think it’s the publisher’s job to market your book. and sent it to an agent or publisher. He had written a book but had not decided on the topic of his next one. and wait. I can carry two different book projects in my head . It’s perfectly natural to dream about writing. There are many benefits from continuing to write during this period. This seems to be a problem for many would-be writers. There are many people who are going to write a book “one day”.
waiting for inspiration. If you intend making a fulltime living as a writer you should plan ahead. as all the entries have to be read.richardwebster.000 for the winner and $1. Or motivated you to act when you had been pausing too long. it has been extremely satisfying and several books have been published as a result. and the three judges need to agree on first and second places. And then dash off the books in a few hours. . Many experienced writers work this way.000 of them every day when I’m writing the first draft of a book. WRITING IS NOW MY BUSINESS My friend who wants to become a writer instantly recognized what I was talking about when he read my letter. GIVE BACK Many people have helped me become successful as a professional writer. I donate the prizes ($5.000 for second). but would like to make contact with any other professional writers who also sponsor a competition to encourage and reward novice authors. called The Greatest Money-Making Secret in History (available from amazon. The main way I do this is by sponsoring the annual Richard Webster Popular Fiction Award (www. I produce 2. One big advantage of my approach is that I can start collecting information on any of these proposed topics as I come across it. Joe Vitale has written an excellent book on the subject of giving.nz ). Perhaps they think I sit on top of a mountain for weeks on end. But as a novice writer you may prefer to complete one book manuscript first. as other ideas will occur to me that will replace some of the titles on my list. “It’s a business. A couple of days ago I read an interesting article that relates to one of the topics on my list. “You’re running a writing business. Hazard Press.com). Now that I have achieved a small amount of success as a writer I am gaining enormous pleasure from helping others. I already know the titles of my next 20 books. Life would be easy if that were the case. This award takes up much more time than I expected. In practice. However. Probably you can think of many people who have helped you too. Every morning I sit down at my computer and produce words. Maybe they gave you good advice at exactly the right time.” he said.co.” Many people seem to think there’s something mystical or otherworldly about making a living as a writer. The idea is to encourage new writers of popular fiction to write books that will sell around the world. it’s doubtful whether I’ll write them all. I am not aware of any other writer who has created an award of this sort. I cut it out and placed it in a file where I’ll find it again when I write that particular book. who published my novel Enemy Within publish the winning entry. being a professional writer is just like any other job. Of course. Give yourself time to discover which technique works best for you.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 11 at one time.
9. 13. is an example of a book that virtually created itself. Be persistent.co.) If you want to know exactly how I write my books. but you keep on working anyway. Do whatever is necessary to get the order. 5. Give advice and help willingly. Start today. from conception. Finally. I know it will work for you. too. every day. 7. to publication. mutually beneficial and profitable. 2. I’m confident that he will achieve his goal. 3. Find out what your clients want and give it to them. and then do it again and again and again. Exceed your customers’ expectations when you deliver. (Seven Secrets to Success. 4. . 8. My magic books are available from magic shops. This simple success formula has worked well for me. Make it a priority in your life.nz. They are available at all good booksellers. My friend is now writing his first book. Help others who are struggling to get established. BOOKS FOR KEEN READERS Here is a list of some of the books I have written. Realize you’ll receive failure. everywhere. and is writing for 90 minutes every day. 6. you’ll find all the details in How to Write for the New Age Market (Llewellyn Publications. 12. Focus on what you desire. Here’s my prescription: 1. Further information about most of them can be found on my website: www. the book I wrote for my friend. Live your dreams of becoming a successful author.How To Write Your Book by Richard Webster/ 12 Sometimes the words come easily. 11. If you apply it to whatever field you are in. rejection and criticism along the way. but are not sold in general bookstores. become an example others will want to emulate. 2003). rather than 80. Promote yourself and your business. If I waited for inspiration. I’d have written one book. He has created an action plan. EVERYTHING I’VE LEARNED ABOUT LIFE What I found interesting in writing this letter on writing to my friend is that everything I do can be used to achieve success in any field. All I had to do was recycle the letter I wrote into a book format. Establish relationships that are long term. 10.psychic. I have not included the ghost-written books or the technical books I wrote for magicians. but frequently I struggle to achieve this target. and beyond. Find your passion and pursue it. Set a time limit – with a finish date. Mix with positive people.
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