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Learning how to write a book is easy. Learning how to write a book that doesn't suck and can actually make you money -- and set you up for a full-time writing career is harder. But it's nowhere near impossible. And it's far more do-able than you can imagine. The trouble is, most books offering tips on how to write a book fail to address two key considersations: 1) Most Learning how to write a book is easy. Learning how to write a book that doesn't suck and can actually make you money -- and set you up for a full-time writing career is harder. But it's nowhere near impossible. And it's far more do-able than you can imagine. The trouble is, most books offering tips on how to write a book fail to address two key considersations: 1) Most self published non-fiction books suck 2) It's ALMOST impossible to make a living from ONE self-published non-fiction book Believe me, I tried. No one has more churned out more epic pieces of monumental Kindle crap than I have. But then, through making every mistake a writer can, I finally learned and honed a simple step-by-step approach to writing books that move readers, and allow me to have a full-time job as a writer. And it's that system I'd like to share with you in "How to Write a Book That Doesn't Suck and Will Actually Sell..." Here's a little glimpse of what I cover: In Chapter 1, I go over the "Super-Ninja Secrets to Making a Living With Your Books." I show you a simple, repeatable strategy you can use to build little silos of passive income awesomeness doing something you love. In Chapter 2, "Yeah, But What the Hell Am I Going to Write About?" I show you some quick and easy exercises to discover a book topic that's personal, meaningful and marketable. In Chapter 3, "3 Pillars to Finding a Kick-Ass Non-Fiction Book Idea" we give your book ideas the taste test, and figure out which book topic will the most effetive at building your brand, reaching your audience and making you a good chunk of change. In Chapter 4, "Research Tips for People Who Hate Research," I show you how to walk that fine line between too much research (procrastination) and not enough research (shallowness) and how to use what you find out to conquer cliches in your writing. In Chapter 5, "Ultimate Guide to a Kick-Ass and Super Marketable Book Title," we'll go over that most controversial of topics...the ever-important title of your book. In Chapter 6, "Building the Perfect Beast," I'll demonstrate a simple, easy way to outline your book -- without sucking the creativity out of it. In Chapter 7, "How to Write Books People Will Love," I lay out my personal framework for writing chapters that are easy to write -- and are loved by readers for their clarity and creativity. In Chapter 8, "6 Tips for Writing Your Damn Book," we go over some strategies to avoid writer's block and help you actually get the damn book finished. In Chapter 9, "5 Ways to Rewrite Your Book Into Super Awesomeness," I show how to actually have fun with rewriting. (Yes, it is possible.) So if you've always wanted to learn how to write a book, but you felt like the steps to writing a book were too complicated, or above your skill level, or just too difficult to complete... ...then please give "How to Write a Book That Doesn't Suck and Will Actually Sell" a chance. You just find that book -- and career -- you've always dreamed of.


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Learning how to write a book is easy. Learning how to write a book that doesn't suck and can actually make you money -- and set you up for a full-time writing career is harder. But it's nowhere near impossible. And it's far more do-able than you can imagine. The trouble is, most books offering tips on how to write a book fail to address two key considersations: 1) Most Learning how to write a book is easy. Learning how to write a book that doesn't suck and can actually make you money -- and set you up for a full-time writing career is harder. But it's nowhere near impossible. And it's far more do-able than you can imagine. The trouble is, most books offering tips on how to write a book fail to address two key considersations: 1) Most self published non-fiction books suck 2) It's ALMOST impossible to make a living from ONE self-published non-fiction book Believe me, I tried. No one has more churned out more epic pieces of monumental Kindle crap than I have. But then, through making every mistake a writer can, I finally learned and honed a simple step-by-step approach to writing books that move readers, and allow me to have a full-time job as a writer. And it's that system I'd like to share with you in "How to Write a Book That Doesn't Suck and Will Actually Sell..." Here's a little glimpse of what I cover: In Chapter 1, I go over the "Super-Ninja Secrets to Making a Living With Your Books." I show you a simple, repeatable strategy you can use to build little silos of passive income awesomeness doing something you love. In Chapter 2, "Yeah, But What the Hell Am I Going to Write About?" I show you some quick and easy exercises to discover a book topic that's personal, meaningful and marketable. In Chapter 3, "3 Pillars to Finding a Kick-Ass Non-Fiction Book Idea" we give your book ideas the taste test, and figure out which book topic will the most effetive at building your brand, reaching your audience and making you a good chunk of change. In Chapter 4, "Research Tips for People Who Hate Research," I show you how to walk that fine line between too much research (procrastination) and not enough research (shallowness) and how to use what you find out to conquer cliches in your writing. In Chapter 5, "Ultimate Guide to a Kick-Ass and Super Marketable Book Title," we'll go over that most controversial of topics...the ever-important title of your book. In Chapter 6, "Building the Perfect Beast," I'll demonstrate a simple, easy way to outline your book -- without sucking the creativity out of it. In Chapter 7, "How to Write Books People Will Love," I lay out my personal framework for writing chapters that are easy to write -- and are loved by readers for their clarity and creativity. In Chapter 8, "6 Tips for Writing Your Damn Book," we go over some strategies to avoid writer's block and help you actually get the damn book finished. In Chapter 9, "5 Ways to Rewrite Your Book Into Super Awesomeness," I show how to actually have fun with rewriting. (Yes, it is possible.) So if you've always wanted to learn how to write a book, but you felt like the steps to writing a book were too complicated, or above your skill level, or just too difficult to complete... ...then please give "How to Write a Book That Doesn't Suck and Will Actually Sell" a chance. You just find that book -- and career -- you've always dreamed of.

30 review for How to Write a Book That Doesn't Suck and Will Actually Sell: The Ultimate, No B.S. Guide to Writing a Kick-Ass Non-Fiction Book

  1. 4 out of 5

    Heather Mims

    There are a few useful tips here, though the snarky comments about other authors are rude and unnecessary... not helped by the constant references to left-brained people being "anal." I found this especially tacky in a book that's supposed to be about helping people with their writing, something that should be handled with tact and sensitivity. Not recommended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    MissBecka

    ***********GIVEAWAY WIN*********** This was a really easy and fast read. He did have some interesting ideas for research and getting started, but he was VERY repetitive. Despite that I really enjoyed his writing. He is down to earth and funny. I did find it a bad sign that he has a section dedicated to using a copy-editor since there were quite a few spelling and grammar errors (as well as just plain words missing in sentences) in the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heena Rathore P.

    Not at all what I had expected. It sucked big time :(

  4. 5 out of 5

    J.P. Willson

    Holy. I'm writing this review because the author has done exactly what he has set out to do within the parameters of this book, and for me- this book alone because I now know what it is the author was trying to accomplish by writing this book-make a buck. This does make one a writer. Sure there is some valuable information here, that's almost a given. I do take some offense to the fact that throughout this little ditty the author refers to these steps, if followed will make your dream of becomin Holy. I'm writing this review because the author has done exactly what he has set out to do within the parameters of this book, and for me- this book alone because I now know what it is the author was trying to accomplish by writing this book-make a buck. This does make one a writer. Sure there is some valuable information here, that's almost a given. I do take some offense to the fact that throughout this little ditty the author refers to these steps, if followed will make your dream of becoming a writer come true. Although I have embellished the hell out of that phrase, that is the impression he gives. Again, a writer- this book does not make. Also stated in the bulk of this tome is the fact that if you follow these tips, then geez- never will you have a need to do any marketing, the damn thing will just sell! Great- what the author has indeed done here with this book is market himself, and this book will sell because of that marketing. Most of it is because of the title, that's why I bought it...because of the way it was marketed-through the title, my curiosity was peaked. Again, this book does not a writer make. Simply because it is now so very easy to publish a book through so many available outlets does not mean most people should do it. Because you can does not make it a good idea.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tony Jr.

    A great little book I've read three times now. It is full of great ideas, tips and tricks for writing your book, making a good cover, crafting a great title and more. While reading this book I found myself shaking my head in agreement as well as laughing out loud. It will entertain you as well as enlighten you. ***If you are easily offended by the occasional swear word or straight forward language I would look else where. Although I simply ignore it and extract the principles being taught others A great little book I've read three times now. It is full of great ideas, tips and tricks for writing your book, making a good cover, crafting a great title and more. While reading this book I found myself shaking my head in agreement as well as laughing out loud. It will entertain you as well as enlighten you. ***If you are easily offended by the occasional swear word or straight forward language I would look else where. Although I simply ignore it and extract the principles being taught others many have trouble with this.***

  6. 5 out of 5

    antony

    This is a very interesting book written in a very interesting style. This is not a book about how to write, but a book about what to write about. It discusses strategically how to work out what to write and how to arrange what questions a book should answer and a what order it should answer them in. It’s straight to the point and no frills. In fact this book is an example of what it is teaching you about. I have read many books on similar subjects and most of them are lots of waffle. This book is This is a very interesting book written in a very interesting style. This is not a book about how to write, but a book about what to write about. It discusses strategically how to work out what to write and how to arrange what questions a book should answer and a what order it should answer them in. It’s straight to the point and no frills. In fact this book is an example of what it is teaching you about. I have read many books on similar subjects and most of them are lots of waffle. This book is a waffle free zone. It’s brief and inspiring. It doesn’t do everything for you but it tells you what you need to know to go do it yourself

  7. 5 out of 5

    Randy Thurman

    Outstanding. No fluff. He gives you a system for writing. Loved his chapter on titles but would have liked him to share about Amazon searches instead of Google using KDP Rocket. Makes even more sense to me. Great job!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Armani

    Engaging and enthusiastic style. If you come away from this book with just one new idea, it's worth the price of admission. I suggest paying attention to the section on self-editing. His detailed approach is a roadmap to a well-polished manuscript.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rebeca Núñez

    Es útil porque compila un montón de información, y lo hace con un tono informal, sin dejar de tomárselo en serio. De todas formas, es información que también esta compilada en otros libros. De todas maneras es útil e interesante.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary Fernandes-walker

    Some really great tips for the novice writer. I like the writing style and action steps.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Stevens Azima

    Simple, direct, amusant et pratique. Va à l'essentiel. Ecrit avec humour.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Einar Nielsen

    This has been in my wish list on Audible for more then a year, but finally a got it (during the Christmas sale), and I have to say that I found it quite good. It is a series of great tips for when your are thinking about self publishing. From software to contacting actors to create a audio version or artist to draw a great cover. It doesn't talk that much about the writing itself but if you need advise on what to do with a complete manuscript that sits idling in your desk drawer this is definite This has been in my wish list on Audible for more then a year, but finally a got it (during the Christmas sale), and I have to say that I found it quite good. It is a series of great tips for when your are thinking about self publishing. From software to contacting actors to create a audio version or artist to draw a great cover. It doesn't talk that much about the writing itself but if you need advise on what to do with a complete manuscript that sits idling in your desk drawer this is definitely the book for you :)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Paul Evans

    Straightforward and entertaining Fun read that gets to the point and shows you exactly why, what, and how. I've never considered myself a writer and this book gives me a great framework to use that makes sense and makes me want to write.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

    This book is a little gimmicky and simplistic (i.e., mine the table of contents, check bestseller lists), but is also entertaining with tips and tricks that are surprising useful. The author possesses a great voice with a good balance of sarcasm and wit.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    Great book Great info in a fun, quick read way. Wish I would have found this sooner! Will check k out his other books now :)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Ellyn

    If you have published a book... skip this book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Meg

    Humorous I like the authors use of humor in the book. Great information. Easy to follow. I recommend the book to anyone.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Getzow

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brice

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jhannas

  21. 5 out of 5

    Hassan Clemons

  22. 4 out of 5

    Natalya

  23. 4 out of 5

    Charlie

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Korenak

  25. 4 out of 5

    Malika

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lavonne

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sharn McNeill

  28. 5 out of 5

    Greta

  29. 5 out of 5

    Allen Bagby

  30. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Crossler

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