Because it feels too difficult. (Really? Is that it?)
Think about this: When you say "I want to write a book one day", you are likely not just envisioning yourself sitting down at your desk and writing several paragraphs or a chapter until your book is completed. Are you?
Here's the plain truth. You likely have all manner of thoughts come into your head, decide you lack too much knowledge and "know how", and then delay until that amorphous "later" when you know more, have more time and can do more.
Below are just a few obstacles your brain might come up with when you think about going after your dream of becoming a published author:
Before you can accomplish anything, you will need to determine if it is something you really want to do. If it is, then the rest of what you need to learn and know will make its way to you. The most important step is for you to make a quality decision.
In future posts, we will address the various facets of writing a book, including how to generate ideas, your writing environment, how to move past writer's block, setting and reaching your goals, and all things related to publishing and marketing your book as well.
The key for you right now is not to worry about all of the things you don't understand yet - we will cover them (and we welcome your questions and feedback) and give you options for doing it completely on your own, or outsourcing some components that you don't want to take the time or effort to learn yourself.