Review of the book “The Miracle Morning for Writers” by Hal Elrod and Steve Scott with Honoree Corder
“The Miracle Morning for Writers” by Hal Elrod and Steve Scott with Honoree Corder is another great book for those who look for achieving their goals in the book series of Miracle Morning. The latter took my professional and personal life to the next level back in 2017 and it is the book that I will always be thankful for. I recommend it to everyone who is striving to get the best out of their lives. The Miracle Morning for Writers teaches us ways of writing by giving ideas of what, how, and when to write. It takes us from writing to getting published with the easiest and understandable words.
It first starts by the usual S.A.V.E.R.S (S- silence, A – affirmations, v- visualization, E- exercise, R- reading, S- scribing) which we have already read in “The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious
Secret Guaranteed To Transform Your Life… (Before 8 AM)” previously written by Hal Elrod. It then integrates those habits into the ones which will help to make writing a daily habit in order to hit the word limit that in return will take us to write our own book. The book gives us ideas on how to improve our writing from learning speed writing by touch typing method to giving various ideas on writing. It divides the books into fiction and non-fiction types and gives us tips and advice for each of them. It also covers how to do research, find an editor, an agent, etc. in order to get published. It even goes further and gives a step by step advice on how to get yourself famous and promoted on the internet to attract readers. By the end of the book, you are motivated and feel to have all the tools to start writing the book that you have been procrastinating for a long time.
To summarise, it is an excellent book that will meet almost all of your needs when writing a book. Its readability is high as it is written in an understandable manner and covers all the aspects of writing a book. It is recommended to all the individuals who are at the beginning of their writing career.
My favorite quotes from the book are the following:
“Miraculous performers weren’t born that way – they’ve simply dedicated their lives to developing themselves and their skills to achieve everything they’ve ever wanted. You can achieve one of them, I promise!”
“You may sometimes doubt yourself or have a bad day, but you must find and refind your faith that all things are possible and hold it throughout your journey, whether it’s a 10 – day push or a 30 – year career.”
“Elite athletes maintain unwavering faith that they can make every shot they take.”
“You have to believe you can still ring the bell of success at the end. You have to maintain unwavering faith and extraordinary effort – until the buzzer sounds. That’s the only way you create an opportunity for the miracle to happen.”