Writing Tips For Writers: A Writers Guide For Writers To Get Better At Writing (Authors Unite Book 2) by Tyler Wagner

Who’s Ready To Write?!Welcome to Book 2 of the Authors Unite series: Writing Tips For Writers. It’s the book where you’ll learn how to actually write the book that you prepared for in Book 1: The Big Idea. You’re starting this book with a handful of ideas and a plan. You’re going to finish it with a physical result in your hands. You’ll have a fully written first draft of your book, ready to be edited and published. That might sound too good to be true. And I do want to say that just reading this book won’t put a book in your hands. But if you read it and follow its directions, by the time you’re done you will in fact have your first draft ready to go.Like in Book 1, this book will have Enjoyable Tasks for you to do at the end of many chapters. Each of these tasks will take you a step or two closer to finishing your first draft.Unlike in Book 1, a few of these Enjoyable Tasks will be ongoing. You won’t just do them once, you’ll repeat them several times or make them part of a routine. Why?Because writing a book means sitting down and writing. Not just once, but many times. As many times as it takes till the book’s done. It also means preparing yourself for success by adapting to new ideas, new processes, and situations where you need to react quickly. The best way to do that is by setting up habits and routines for yourself now. Do those things sound scary? Does it all seem overwhelming? That’s okay. There’s nothing wrong with feeling some fear now. Feeling and facing fear is part of the process, too. Remember that the fear you’re feeling is just a limiting belief–a belief we’re already starting to reframe and process through. Remember to trust the process.Don’t worry. This book is designed to make the process painless. I’ll be there with you every step of the way. And you’ve got the support of the whole AU community behind you. You’re not alone. And you’re gonna do just fine. One more thing. This book has a break in it. After the first 7 chapters or so, you’re going to stop reading and start writing. That’s right. You’re going to write your book draft in the middle of this text. Think of it as a big Enjoyable Task. When you get to that breaking point, take as much time as you need. If you write for a week, great. If you write for a month, great. Just focus on writing until your first draft is done. Then come on back for the last couple chapters. Once you’ve written your draft, you’ll want to come up with a great title and subtitle for it. We’ll finish up the book by showing you how to do that. Ready to get started? Let’s write a book!

Author: Tyler Wagner

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

HOW I SOLD 80,000 BOOKS: Book Marketing for Authors (Self Publishing through Amazon and Other Retailers) by Alinka Rutkowska

“Probably the best and most comprehensive one-stop guide I have seen.”
Rick DeStefanis
Award-Winning Author of “The Gomorrah Principle”

“Alinka is extremely knowledgeable and always willing to help authors in whatever way she can. I highly recommend this little gem of a book!”
Patti Tingen
Award-Winning Inspirational Author

“‘How I Sold 80,000 Books’ by Alinka Rutkowska covers it all from web page to social media to promotion, sales and everything in between.”
Mary Adair
Award-Winning Author of Native American Romance Novels

“The links included in the book are like gold dust, and you will find yourself watching/reading them over and over again as you forge your way through the publishing world. […] I only wish that I’d had access to this when I first started out. It would have saved me months of work.” 
Lyneal Jenkins
International Award-Winning, Best-Selling Author

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If you plan on self-publishing through amazon and you are looking for book marketing tips, “How I Sold 80,000 Books” is for you.

It will show you all the steps you need to implement to get readers, what type of book marketing for authors works, kindle publishing guidelines and best practices.

Author marketing is something that can be learnt if you have the right tools. You will find my “4Ps” system, which allowed me to sell 80,000 books in this guide.

Author: Alinka Rutkowska

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
419 reviews

Journaling Power: How to Create the Happy, Healthy Life You Want to Live by Mari L. McCarthy

2018 COVR Visionary Health and Healing Award Winner“Journaling Power is a candid, beautifully-written self-help book, filled with warmth, wit and wisdom.” ~ Dennis Palumbo, psychotherapist and author, Writing From the Inside Out“Remarkable, riveting and transformative.” ~ Peggy McColl, New York Times best-selling authorJournaling Power teaches you how to put the ultimate self-healing tool right at your fingertips–journaling. You’ll discover how daily pen-to-paper journal writing leads to self-growth and life-changing transformation. You’ll also learn that numerous scientific medical studies prove journaling unleashes a healing agent that empowers your life in ways you’ve never imagined.Mari L. McCarthy shares her own personal story of health and healing and provides step-by-step guidance on how to use your own Journaling Power Practice to: Reduce physical pain and overcome illnessHeal emotional wounds from past traumasResolve inner conflicts and create self-compassionConquer limiting beliefs and fearsReconnect with your inner healerReduce stress and find inspirationSet realistic goals–and discover the motivation to make them happenCreate the happiest, healthiest life for your Self.With Journaling Power, you’ll use the transformative power of expressive writing and therapeutic journaling to heal from stressful life events like chronic illness, job loss, divorce or grief. Mari L. McCarthy guides you on a holistic journey of well-being and self-care and shows you how to put yourself first–allowing you to lead a life of joy, compassion, creativity and growth. Find yourself a notebook and pen and a quiet, comfortable space–and use Journaling Power’s writing prompts, morning pages and journaling exercises to unlock the strength of your unconscious mind. “Mari used journaling herself to relieve her symptoms of MS. In this book, she reveals the full power of journaling, not only for people who have an illness, but for anyone, actually, who simply wants to unlock their personal creativity or find some more meaning and purpose in their life.” ~David Hamilton, PhD, Author, How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body

Author: Mari L. McCarthy

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
105 reviews

Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man That Invented the 20th Century by Sean Patrick

If you want to learn about one of history’s most fascinating minds and uncover some of his secrets of imagination–secrets that enabled him to invent machines light years ahead of his time and literally bring light to the world–then you want to read this book.Imagination amplifies and colors every other element of genius, and unlocks our potential for understanding and ability. It’s no coincidence that geniuses not only dare to dream of the impossible for their work, but do the same for their lives. They’re audacious enough to think that they’re not just ordinary players. Few stories better illustrate this better than the life of the father of the modern world, a man of legendary imaginative power and wonder: Nikola Tesla.In this book, you’ll be taken on a whirlwind journey through Tesla’s life and work, and not only learn about the successes and mistakes of one of history’s greatest inventors, but also how to look at the world in a different, more imaginative way.Read this book now and learn lessons from Nikola Tesla on why imagination is so vital to awakening your inner genius, and insights into the real “secret” to creativity, as explained by people like Jobs, Picasso, Dali, and Twain.

Author: Sean Patrick

Rating: Rating: 4.10 / 5
4480 reviews

Where Are The Ghostwriting Jobs: 34 Online Markets For Entry-Level And Established Ghostwriters by G. B. Sholander and Kevin Sholander

Skilled ghostwriters are sought after in the business of publishing for one basic reason: they can turn a disorganized collection of ideas into a top-quality manuscript that’s a joy to read. Maybe YOU have the right skills to ghostwrite for celebrities, speakers, athletes, expert doctors, business leaders, champion attorneys, and ordinary people with extraordinary stories to tell.

The question is, how do you break into this field?

Ask ten different ghostwriters, and you’ll get ten different answers. That’s because the path to ghostwriting is unique for each of us.

So where do you start? How do you find ghostwriting gigs? How do you build skills, find paying clients, and turn ghostwriting for others into a sustainable career for yourself?

This guide points you in the right direction.

What You’ll Find Inside:

Revealing 34 online markets to tap into, Where Are The Ghostwriting Jobs presents opportunities for newbies and advanced ghostwriters alike to find good writing jobs. Whether you are (or want to be) a blogger, article writer, book doctor, or a little of everything, you’ll find solid freelance job prospects through these sites.

The listings include online job boards, writing resource centers, and even writing firms that work with ghostwriters. While some jobs are location-specific, others allow you to work from home. For each listing, you can click to the website directly from this guide. You’ll even get honest impressions of each site to help you evaluate whether or not it’s worthwhile for you, saving you hours of time and helping you pinpoint which sites are the most promising.

For the online job boards, sample posts are provided to give you an idea of what’s available. For the writing firms and publishing houses, contact email addresses are supplied.

Whether you’re just entering the field or you’re ready to move to the next level, Where Are The Ghostwriting Jobs is an invaluable resource to propel your ghostwriting career.

For a sample of what you’ll find in this guide, remember to use Amazon’s “Look Inside” feature (scroll back to the top and click on the book cover).

Author: G. B. Sholander and Kevin Sholander

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
11 reviews

How to Write a Book That Doesn’t Suck and Will Actually Sell: Your No B.S. Guide to Learning How to Write a Non Fiction Book by Michael Rogan (Indie Pub Nation)

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.

Author: Michael Rogan (Indie Pub Nation)

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
62 reviews

Reader Magnets: Build Your Author Platform and Sell more Books on Kindle (Book Marketing for Authors 1) by Nick Stephenson

Reader Magnets are what bring readers to YOU.

They’re an irresistible force that draw readers in to your author platform – the promise of getting great value content and building a valuable connection. That’s what it’s all about, after all – making meaningful relationships with your audience and having a direct line to your readers.

I started using Reader Magnets a little over six months ago. I didn’t even have a term for it back then. Since I put these measures in place, over 15,000 readers have signed up to hear from me about new releases and promotions – all in just a few months.

My readers trust me with their contact details for good reason. I give them good content. In return, they buy my books. These guys are my fans. I appreciate every last one of them – and they’re the reason I get to write for a living.

What Reader Magnets Have Done for Me:
– My last email – I made $547 in book sales.
– I launch every new book into the top #900 or better.
– I don’t need to rely on Amazon for an income.
– I don’t need to pay advertisers to get sales.
– I saw my first 1,000 subscribers after just a couple of weeks.
– My click-rate is five times higher than the industry average
– My open-rate is more than double

How?
It’s all about getting readers to commit. Get their email addresses. Follow up. Build value. Build your brand.

Let me repeat the headline again: I picked up 15,000 new reader email addresses in less time than it takes for most people to write a new book. I got my first 1,000 readers signed up in just a couple of weeks. My click-rates are through the roof. I do this with Reader Magnets – and you can too.

Download the ebook to find out how – as well as the ebook edition, you’ll also get:

– access to my course “Find your First 10,000 Readers” for free
– a PDF edition of the book (in case your ereader doesn’t handle screenshots well)
– the chance to get your burning questions answered at the Reader Magnets community

Here’s to your success!

Author: Nick Stephenson

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
363 reviews

How to Write a Book That Doesn’t Suck and Will Actually Sell: Your No B.S. Guide to Learning How to Write a Non Fiction Book by (Indie Pub Nation), Michael Rogan

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.

Author: (Indie Pub Nation), Michael Rogan

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
61 reviews