Novel writers need to grab this gem while the getting’s good. Currently being offered for FREE (Note: ebook is free at the time of posting. Be sure to check that price says $0.00 before downloading) at the Amazon Kindle store.
Brand new and just released from author Victor Cannon, Write that book! 7 steps to write a book in 30 days.
Here is what you will learn in this guide:
Key Number 1: The way to write a book quickly is to break the process down into a “paint-by-numbers” system.
Once you are able to break the project down into small manageable chunks and map out a paint-by-numbers system, the actual writing process becomes easy.
Key Number 2: The way to write a book quickly is to write a book quickly.
Momentum is a powerful tool in getting your book project completed.
What discourages would-be writers from finishing their book project is the starting and stopping.
Your goal is to write your book in 30 days—while your passion for the project is the strongest.
By writing your book as quickly as possible, you actually reduce the total number of hours required to finish it.
This guide reveals a process that makes the work flow smoothly so that you can avoid writers block and other problems that often keep would-be writers from finishing their projects.
I don’t claim to have come up with this method. In fact, the method that you will learn in this book is widely used by many authors who write non-fiction books.
Some things that you should know about how this guide is written.
1. There isn’t any fluff
I write in a way that gets as many ideas on a page as possible so that you as a reader can understand the concept—ideally in a single sitting.
My hunch is that you are more interested in getting the answers on how to write a book in 30 days than you are in reading a 300-page book.
If you are looking for a 300-page book where 200 pages are fluff and stories, look somewhere else, because this guide isn’t for you.
2. This guide ONLY covers the process of how to write quickly
I believe that selling your books, getting reviews, and setting up author websites and social media are all topics that authors must understand.
After all, there isn’t much point in writing a book if you can’t attract readers to it.
However, most the books out there on writing try to bulk up by skimming over ten ideas poorly rather than covering a single idea well.