Published a step-by-step guide for first time or experienced writers to successfully write, market and publish their book.
Written to empower aspiring writers, give them a roadmap to success for authorship, and instill the idea in listeners that by implementing this advice they will give themselves an opportunity to choose unlimited possibilities for their life. Published is unique and appealing because every piece of advice given has been proven and tested by hundreds of people from different parts of the world. With Published, you will be guided through the process from where to start writing, marketing, and publishing your book.
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DON'T.. here's why:
- (All chapters, seemingly) Very thinly veiled marketing propaganda for the author's writing course gimmick called SPSS 90 (or some such nonsense... sounds like an infomercial fitness machine). Easily the most incessant bold-faced marketing I've ever encountered in an audiobook.
- (Chapter 1) Opens with story of how his first ebook--one of questionable quality, he admits--became wildly successful literally overnight. He found this out while snowboarding in Austria. He gives the usual justification for why college is dumb (liberal arts requirements). He talks about how he'd smugly undermine the authority of his business professors in front of the class because, he argues, they didn't know anything. Buy SPSS 90.
- (Chapter 2) More of the same... He had instant success despite being a terrible writer (<--his words), so anyone can do it! He goes on cherry-picking stories of others who've been wildly successful just publishing a single e-book. Buy SPSS 90.
- (Chapter 3) More of the same... everyone should do it... more cherry-picking success stories... saying anything to convince you you'll become successful no matter what (assuming you buy-in to his fool-proof writing system, SPSS 90)
-(Chapter 4) Begins describing his SPSS 90 system, which you should buy. He goes on: a) think of ideas you're"passionate about." b) Choose the idea you're most "passionate about" and think you can write about quickly. c) Freewrite for 15 minutes. d) Brainstorm content using techniques learned in elementary school <--his words. e) Write more. f) Finish ASAP. g) Publish-- don't worry about quality--just get it done. h) ???. i) Profit.
That's about as far as I could get into this audiobook. It was basically a terribly cobbled rehash of other MUCH better books.
I would have probably listened further based on "benefit of the doubt," but the author/narrator sounds like a combination a teenage mutant Ninja turtle ("Cowabunga!") and the "Dude, you're getting a dell!" kid. He basically sounds like what you'd imagine a snowboarding know-it-all college dropout would sound like.
Instead of wasting time and money on this book, get "write, publish, repeat," and "write to market." Those are the best two I've come across so far.
I will return this one.
Prospective buyer, please be aware that reviews that reference the author, by name, are usually fake (see other reviews). Just sayin..
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