1. Made it 52 chapters
2. Put the 52 topics in an order that set the reader up to succeed
3. Matched movies to the topics to use as metaphors and make the "work" more enjoyable
4. Asked for referrals to publishers
5. Was accepted by the first publisher who read my submission
Writing a fiction book is a whole different process. My advice is to go to a bookstore or library and research books on "how to write a book," if you need concrete instruction. Otherwise, my question for you is "what is your objective for writing the book?" If you want to get it published, you may want to write a book proposal first and test the waters. If you're going to self-publish, just write your book. Good luck!
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