Book Writing Tips

Recently a number of great folks I know in the L&D field have indicated they are working on a book. Writing a book is a great experience. Writing helps me clarify thoughts, focus my ideas and explore content. The writing process connects concepts in my mind together in deep meaningful ways. For a variety of reasons, I think everyone should write a least one professional book.

In the spirit of community, I wanted offer some (unsolicited) advice based on my writing (and assembling) of seven non-fiction books. My most recent book being “Play to Learn: Everything you Need to Know about Designing Effective Learning Games” co-authored with Sharon Boller. Also, not all of my books have been successful but…my Gamification book has sold over 10,000 copies. So I have had some commercial success with a non-fiction book (but nothing to retire on).

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