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You’re ready to write your book. You’ve accumulated hardwon knowledge and mastered the solution to a difficult problem. Now you want to put it out into the world— and be recognized for your expertise, like those you’ve watched reap the benefits of a published book. You know you have to write it. You’ve heard it from people for years: you should really write a book. They’r You’re ready to write your book. You’ve accumulated hardwon knowledge and mastered the solution to a difficult problem. Now you want to put it out into the world— and be recognized for your expertise, like those you’ve watched reap the benefits of a published book. You know you have to write it. You’ve heard it from people for years: you should really write a book. They’re right. It’s time for you to write the book that cements your legacy and impacts other people—and maybe even the world. So why haven’t you done it yet? The truth is, writing a book is scary. Is your idea good enough? How do you structure it, write it, and stay motivated? What if you actually finish it, and it’s bad? Worst of all: what if you publish it, and no one cares? If this sounds familiar, The Scribe Method will help you navigate these fears on your journey to becoming a published author. Guided by experts Tucker Max and Zach Obront, you’ll overcome the obstacles that have held you back with a simple, time-saving, effective method to writing a great book, and learn the step-by-step process that has created hundreds of bestselling titles.


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You’re ready to write your book. You’ve accumulated hardwon knowledge and mastered the solution to a difficult problem. Now you want to put it out into the world— and be recognized for your expertise, like those you’ve watched reap the benefits of a published book. You know you have to write it. You’ve heard it from people for years: you should really write a book. They’r You’re ready to write your book. You’ve accumulated hardwon knowledge and mastered the solution to a difficult problem. Now you want to put it out into the world— and be recognized for your expertise, like those you’ve watched reap the benefits of a published book. You know you have to write it. You’ve heard it from people for years: you should really write a book. They’re right. It’s time for you to write the book that cements your legacy and impacts other people—and maybe even the world. So why haven’t you done it yet? The truth is, writing a book is scary. Is your idea good enough? How do you structure it, write it, and stay motivated? What if you actually finish it, and it’s bad? Worst of all: what if you publish it, and no one cares? If this sounds familiar, The Scribe Method will help you navigate these fears on your journey to becoming a published author. Guided by experts Tucker Max and Zach Obront, you’ll overcome the obstacles that have held you back with a simple, time-saving, effective method to writing a great book, and learn the step-by-step process that has created hundreds of bestselling titles.

30 review for The Scribe Method: The Best Way to Write and Publish Your Non-Fiction Book

  1. 4 out of 5

    J.D. King

    Focused tips on writing —absolutely no fluff I write and often help others with their writing. I have found a new guide with this book. The Scribe Method is one of the best practical guides to writing that I have ever engaged.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Carter

    I received the ebook as a gift from a friend to help motivate me to finish writing my manuscript. It was a perfect gift. Remarkably helpful tips for authors, like speaking your words and get someone else to transcribe then as your first draft. Tucker is famous for having a writing style that’s easy to read. An amazing value. I’m re-reading specific chapters now as a reference tool.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Must read for any one new to writing. Lots of great information, layed out in a easy to understand format. Might just inspire me to finish writing my book. A goodreads win, thank you.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Em

    Get inspired and go write that book! This book makes my strategic brain fire with all of the possibilities that have now been unleashed after reading this book. Its layout is fantastic, giving the book a feel of a manual, or a step by step guide listing EVERYTHING one would need to know how to write a book. Such a fantastic, knowledgeable, and inspiring set of information. It made me feel like anyone can write a book if they choose, including myself. All in all, this book is the tits. Thanks to t Get inspired and go write that book! This book makes my strategic brain fire with all of the possibilities that have now been unleashed after reading this book. Its layout is fantastic, giving the book a feel of a manual, or a step by step guide listing EVERYTHING one would need to know how to write a book. Such a fantastic, knowledgeable, and inspiring set of information. It made me feel like anyone can write a book if they choose, including myself. All in all, this book is the tits. Thanks to the authors for offering this to those who will benefit from this information and didn't even know it!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    I actually was not expecting much out of this book (biases I suppose) but I found it to be very helpful. Most can be found sifting through other sources, yet some are more unique and this is more complete than I often see, covering many aspects of publishing and addressing many questions one might ask. For those wanting to focus on non-fiction (as is mentioned in the title) this is more apropos. For those who are applying it to fiction, there will be large sections that don't apply. Max does spec I actually was not expecting much out of this book (biases I suppose) but I found it to be very helpful. Most can be found sifting through other sources, yet some are more unique and this is more complete than I often see, covering many aspects of publishing and addressing many questions one might ask. For those wanting to focus on non-fiction (as is mentioned in the title) this is more apropos. For those who are applying it to fiction, there will be large sections that don't apply. Max does specifically mention the differences at times which can be helpful, yet, like many, this book is decidedly not addressing fiction except as an aside. The key tip that is more unique to this book is the scribe part (no big surprise I suppose). I really do believe that there's a lot of merit to recording your rough first draft. The natural feel to doing this is a huge advantage. We often will get too caught up in worry about leaving something out, or not wording it well, but as the author recommends, just don't worry about the quality. This is a natural way to get large pieces out there, very quickly. It will be reviewed and many holes will be filled in. But the rapid progress offered by speaking your thoughts out loud makes perfect sense, given how our brains seem to work. Overall, I recommend it, and the scribe part is key to my recommendation. If that concept doesn't work for you, then this may have less appeal and others may offer more. Those who can leverage the scribing part, this will be worth a fair amount just for that part.

  6. 5 out of 5

    MJ1st

    Ufff... well. It’s clear that I ended up with a book missing the mark entirely in terms of what I was looking for. I do want to write a book. In fact, I have started and I was looking for a little input along the way. The chapter on how to publish a book was helpful. HOWEVER the target audience here is very specific: People who aim to write a book primarily to monteize their knowledge or idea, this is your book. For the purposes of writing a heartfelt something something, not so much. I would hat Ufff... well. It’s clear that I ended up with a book missing the mark entirely in terms of what I was looking for. I do want to write a book. In fact, I have started and I was looking for a little input along the way. The chapter on how to publish a book was helpful. HOWEVER the target audience here is very specific: People who aim to write a book primarily to monteize their knowledge or idea, this is your book. For the purposes of writing a heartfelt something something, not so much. I would hate to rate low just because I ended up expecting something else. BUT the extremely cocky tone of the book, which I’m sure many perceive positively as no nonsense say-it-as-it-is tone, deserves the massive knock in rating. It’s the voice of a deep believer in the capitalistic way of life in a world that is so clearly in the stages of late capitalism. Makes this book a mixture of silly and sad.

  7. 5 out of 5

    A.M.

    I am going to have to DNF this. I have struggled along to 60% but am having real trouble bothering to finish. [I started this in Sept 2019 - it's almost a YEAR] And I might be more inclined to finish if Tucker Max was a less… awful person. [This is the guy who offered 500k to planned parenthood to name an abortion clinic after him. *ugh shudders*] Scribe is the name of his publishing press company; and it’s almost a vanity press. It starts at $10,000 to help you publish your book. But it goes UP fr I am going to have to DNF this. I have struggled along to 60% but am having real trouble bothering to finish. [I started this in Sept 2019 - it's almost a YEAR] And I might be more inclined to finish if Tucker Max was a less… awful person. [This is the guy who offered 500k to planned parenthood to name an abortion clinic after him. *ugh shudders*] Scribe is the name of his publishing press company; and it’s almost a vanity press. It starts at $10,000 to help you publish your book. But it goes UP from there and by UP I mean $16,000 for a ‘guided author’ service and up to $100,000 for a ghost writer service. Yikes. Did not finish at 60%

  8. 4 out of 5

    Isaac Butterworth

    Read This Book Before You Write a Book The Scribe Method lays out the steps a writer will need to take in order to publish a book. Critical to the process is “positioning” the book, knowing the audience for whom the book is intended, what benefit the book will provide to its readers, and what the author wants to see happen as a result of putting the book in the public arena. The Scribe Method invites prospective authors to take into account a series of necessary considerations if they want their Read This Book Before You Write a Book The Scribe Method lays out the steps a writer will need to take in order to publish a book. Critical to the process is “positioning” the book, knowing the audience for whom the book is intended, what benefit the book will provide to its readers, and what the author wants to see happen as a result of putting the book in the public arena. The Scribe Method invites prospective authors to take into account a series of necessary considerations if they want their book to have impact. You will want to read this book before you write your book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    David Hurme

    I found the book excellent and insightful. I think for anyone that is contemplating writing a non-fiction book that this book is like having an operating manual. It takes you through your initial concerns about writing a book, provides ideas on writing and editing your book. It then talks about sources for editors, book cover designs and page layouts.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Charles

    My Number One Go-To Reference I found The Scribe Method to be one of my most useful resources. Regardless of your experience or professional level, you will find solid guidance here.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rodrigo Flamenco

    The absolute best guide for anybody who wants to write a non fiction book, and even if you want to write a fiction book, this method will provide you with an easy to follow structure to have a great strategy for you to create your book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Francesca Tronetti

    An easy to understand guide to what goes into writing and publishing a book I'm working on history books as a way to share my knowledge and boost my profile as an historian. This book is all about how to write a non fiction book and the tips are very helpful across some fields.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Wade Sarver

    Step by step Nice overview on the ABCs of putting a book together to publish. It walks you through the process of building the book. Maybe too much detail bur ascribe publishes books, they didn’t,it’s a thing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy

    Must read for any aspiring writer It’s simple. This is the best book out there on this topic. What I love the most is that the authors don’t hold back, they literally share all their hacks in a very compelling way.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Brown

    Pleasantly surprised. An excellent step-by-step formula for self-publishing a book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Patrick

    The book does what it says by creating a clear-cut path to writing a book. It does get long-winded at points (especially when talking about things such as author photos).

  17. 5 out of 5

    Abdullah Ag

    A clear step by step guide Just makes it clear for you to draw the path you want to follow. It is doable but needs some guidance and this book is the guide

  18. 4 out of 5

    King Hill

    I can't imagine a better book about writing a book Max and Obront have delivered a book that does what it preaches. A selfless act of professionalism. Thank you gentlemen.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brad Smithart

    Useful Information, but Redundant This would be a more useful book if it weren't so redundant; some sections appear to be direct cut-and-paste from other parts of the book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Michael

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rose Gay

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ani

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sean Rosensteel

  24. 5 out of 5

    Carsten Hansen

  25. 4 out of 5

    Chris Dreyer

  26. 5 out of 5

    Myra Evans-Manyweather

  27. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lea Pica

  29. 5 out of 5

    Finlay

  30. 4 out of 5

    Reenie Gleason

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