First up, get inspired. Think about what you want to write. make a list of things that you want to put in your book. Look at past writing and "steal" from yourself. If you have writers block, your job is actually a great inspiration. Even if you're a kid, you have daily responsibilities. Ask yourself what you want to write about your job. Let others give you friendly suggestions, even if they aren't as positive as you would hope. Next, begin to jot down ideas. Getting your ideas out on paper can help you create knew and better ideas. These ideas can be messy and confusing, but that's ok as long as you can understand what you're writing. Use things like brainstorming and making lists to help you get going. Then, start to separate your ideas into chapters. Decide which ideas fall under other ideas. After you've done that, start to smooth out choppy ideas into sentences. Now you have the first draft complete. And then it's time to, edit, edit, edit. Go back and check mistakes, cut stuff out, and revise, by the end of all of this, you'll probably be on your fourteenth draft. Afterwards, title your book. Editors and publishers may have suggestions that you may or may not like, and you may have suggestions that they may or may not like. You can add a subtitle (a subordinate title of a published work or article giving additional information about its content) if you would like to. Finally, the design of your book. Publishing companies may hire an artist, or ask you what you want it to look like. After this step, you've written a book.