How To Write A Nonfiction Book In 7 Days Flat
I Believe Anyone Can Succeed As A Nonfiction Author With This Book
You could be just a few days away from completing your best-selling nonfiction book. Learn how to:
Overcome The 7 Deadly Writing Obstacles
Learn how to overcome the 7 deadly writing sins that will stop you from achieving the success you dream of. You will conquer your fear, procrastination, indecision, perfectionism, lack of money, lack of knowledge and lack of vision.
How To Double or Even Triple Your Writing Productivity
Learn the secrets to writing faster and higher quality books. If you're a slow writer, you will love these proven writing strategies!
How To Have Someone Else Write Your Book For You
I've helped hundreds of would-be authors who don't like to write or simply don't know how to learn how to effectively hire a ghostwriter or use audio recording to help write your book much faster. If you have an idea and a passion for helping people, you can become a best-selling nonfiction author using these strategies!
The 5 Simple Steps To Writing An Amazing Book
Learn the 5 simple steps it takes to write a great book. Your readers will love your work when you follow these steps to success. Writing nonfiction is easy when you have a system to follow!
How To Pick A Niche For Your Book That Will Be Guaranteed To Sell
You can actually calculate ahead of time how well your book will sell using this simple marketing research technique! Once you understand the sales potential for your nonfiction books, you'll never be "writing blind" again and you will understand what your readers are willing to pay for.
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This is a book for "instant experts"
When this idiot suggested that someone could write an authoritative book on sky diving after picking up the sport for one year, I realized I was listening to audio toilet-paper.
Refrained from uploading it.
- Grant F. Smith
I would listen to this book again to revisit some of the tools provided.
Matt Stone has a pleasant voice--his reading style is both entertaining and engaging.
Seemed a little short but still worth the read.