Most authors have the ambition of producing a best-selling Kindle book. However, most fall short of this worthy goal simply because their manuscript lacks the necessary ingredients for it to be a best seller on Kindle. In his gold mine of an audiobook, The Fine Art of Writing the Next Best Seller on Kindle, author Omar Johnson reveals the secret recipe and formula that will enable you to write the next best seller on Kindle.
Some of the things you will learn include:
How to choose a popular niche
The key elements that you must have in both a fiction and nonfiction book in order for it to sell
How to create a memorable and catchy book title that sells
How to create a winning book cover
Plot elements the win you big sales
Issues with style that leave you dead in the water
How to write a perfect beginning, a perfect middle, and a perfect ending for your Kindle book
And much, much more....
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The Absolute Basics of Writing Anything on Kindle
This might be a good book for someone who has never thought about writing anything before and who doesn't know the first thing about the Kindle program or writing in general... though there are many better options.
No, it has merely made me want to find other and better books in this area.
The narrator had a strange, clipped style of speaking that not only provided a herky-jerky effect to the writing, but highlighted the strange word choice that was frequently employed.
This book made me feel disappointed, as it is a topic that could be well-explored but was sadly not really all that well done.
There are useful bits of information here and there, but as a whole this book is covering extremely rudimentary ground and it does so in a manner that lacks style and substance. If you have never read anything about working on a book before in your life, this might be a good way to ease into the subject. If you haven't spent any time at all thinking about writing, then maybe tips like 'Before you start, think about things like what is the story?' might help. But if you are at such a rudimentary level that these ideas are helpful to you, the odds that you will be writing a 'bestseller' are very low.
This book should have been called 'Some of the Most Rudimentary Aspects About Writing Your First Ever Book and Putting it on the Kindle Marketplace.' That would have eliminated a lot of the criticisms I felt about it.
- Troy Blackford