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.
ATTENTION:: Established Kindle Publishers and Authors About to Launch Their First Book
Do you wonder ANY of the following: Is it better to launch a book for free or $.99? Is there still a benefit to the KDP Select program? When should I move my books to another platform? How do I increase lagging sales?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it’s important to know “what currently works” with Kindle Publishing.
DISCOVER: Launching and Pricing Strategies That Work in 2013
Kindle publishing offers a rare opportunity to make money with your words. Simply write a good book and you’ll tap into the world’s largest online store. But it’s not the utopian business model that some Internet gurus claim. You have to work hard and you have to constantly adapt your marketing strategies if you want to be successful.
One tactic in particular that doesn’t work like it once did is the “free day promotion” that Amazon provides through the KDP Select program. In the past, you could give away a book and see an immediate bump in sales. Moreover, many authors were able to launch their book for free and see it climb the charts once it switched to paid. Unfortunately, recent changes to Amazon’s algorithm has led to diminished success with this strategy. Some people are even saying, “KDP Select is dead.”
The question is, if KDP Select no longer works, what can an author do to launch or increase sales?
A possible solution is the “$.99 pricing” strategy.” Rather than giving away a book, some people market it at a discounted rate (usually $.99), which ultimately leads to lots of sales at a higher price.
These two choices leave many authors confused. Do the free days still work? Or should an author use the $.99 pricing strategy? In other words, is $.99 the new free?
With the booklet, “Is $.99 the New Free” you’ll get a detailed case study of the launching and pricing techniques that actually drive sales on Amazon.com.
INSIDE:: Is $.99 the New Free? – The Truth About Launching and Pricing Your Kindle Books
Inside “Is $.99 the New Free” you’ll get short and actionable content that answers the following questions:
Why is it important to track your Kindle book sales?
What authors benefit best from offering free books through KDP Select?
Is it better to launch a book for free or sell it at $.99?
How does “visibility” work on Amazon?
How can you make a book permanently free on Amazon?
When should you move a book to other platforms?
How can you build an author platform?
Kindle publishing is constantly evolving. What you need is a strategy guide to keep up with these changes.
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Don’t have time to complete a book in 7 days or during a weekend? Want a step-by-step writing plan that’s REALISTIC? Need a strategy for creating content that readers love? Ever wish you had a best-selling eBook?
Digital publishing has quickly become THE way to make money with your words. The problem? It’s not the ‘get rich quick’ strategy claimed by many gurus. The secret is to write the kind of nonfiction eBooks that build long-term fans and BUYERS.
In the guide “How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days,” you’ll get a day-by-day blueprint that actually works. Unlike other ‘systems,’ you’ll discover a strategy which includes realistic timelines and specific steps.
STOP Using PLR Articles and Other Scammy Techniques
Another lie the gurus love to tell is how “easy” it is to write an eBook. You should NEVER use Private Label Rights (PLR) articles. And writing an eBook isn’t about regurgitating another author’s hard work.
What you need is a system that shows you how to write a book fast, while providing information that changes people’s lives. That’s how you win with nonfiction books!
Follow the 9 Step Plan for Writing an eBook Fast
“How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days” details a paint-by-numbers system for completing an eBook in three short weeks. The best part? It can be done in a simple 9-step process:
You’ll learn how to:
Adopt the 4 Habits of a Highly Effective Nonfiction Author
Follow Four Steps for Creating the Perfect Writing Environment
Discover a Killer Nonfiction Topic in 6 Simple Steps — (Day 1 to Day 2)
Craft a Outline That Writes Itself — (Day 3 to Day 4)
Write an Rough Draft Fast — (Day 5 to Day 8).
Outsource an eCover Design that Attracts Your Prospective Customers — (Day 9)
Edit a Second Draft that Readers Will Love! — (Day 10 to Day 16)
Turn a “Ordinary” Book into an Extraordinary One — (Day 17 to Day 20)
Optimize your eBook Listing to Maximize Sales — (Day 21)
You can write an eBook in 21 days! Just follow this blueprint and you’ll learn a proven system for writing fast.
Would You Like To Know More?
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Learn how to be profitable writing a book a week for Kindle and other book sites. The process is a true test of discipline and character. I share ideas that work for writing under this model and the motivation and mindset it takes to succeed.
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
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!
In this desolate dystopian future, the Greenleigh orphans are “privileged” with the task of building mechanical trees for the post-apocalyptic survivors in Bygonne, so their world behind The Wall can breathe another day, and so the Superiors may continue their malevolent reign.
Lured by a yearning for freedom, tenacious curiosity, and hunger for adventure, Joy discovers hope and magic amid the misery, and power in her promise to care for those remaining, whom she loves enough to risk her life for. To save them, herself, and the boy she adores from the abuse and slavery by the Superiors, Joy must entrust the aid of an unlikely ally who harbors a dangerous secret.
With an intriguing stranger at the helm, Joy and the treemakers embark on an intense and terrifying, yet liberating quest for the truth about the existence of the forbidden paradise beyond The Wall.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
“Loved this book so much, from the very outset I knew this was a book for me that would immediately be all encompassing. For the few days that I was reading it I was totally invested in this dark world of terror and fear and it was all I could think about, for a long while I thought about the long suffering and selflessness of the main character Momma Joy, and how she pushed herself forward at every challenge. This dystopian setting had echoes of the misery of Orwell’s ‘1984’, it had the pace of action films such as ‘The Fifth Element’ or ‘Twelve Monkeys’, and I felt there was a little homage to ‘A town like Alice’… The Treemakers has the punch, detail, and depth of all of those combined. The realism was sublime, moments of realisation relating to Joy’s past really hit deep, made me smile, truly resonated within me, the darker moments too are just as hard-hitting, and make this book a dizzying rollercoaster of emotions.
I cannot recommend this book high enough, it is an energetic, carefully written adventure into a world that could be, a place that wouldn’t be out of step in our nightmares, and full of characters that you are willing them on to succeed with every page. An absolute triumph of a book, utterly entertaining, I wish there were more of them… and I get the feeling there will be in the future. Absolute brilliant read.”
“The Treemakers” is an impressive debut from Christina L. Rozelle. Set in a dystopian future and after a cataclysmic event, the story is centered on the symbolically named, Joy, who lives in a world that is anything but.
Joy is a central figure in the work force of “Bygonne”, which primarily consists of children. Working for a shadowy group, the children are slaves, charged with producing metallic trees in order to sustain oxygen for their world. In Bygonne, people figuratively and literally, struggle to breathe.
The children are, however, as much a commodity as the materials they produce. Devoid of caring adults, Joy becomes the mother figure, trying to sustain some humanity in a world that relinquished it some time ago. Spinning hope, love and magic through her stories, Joy attempts to make sense of a world full of dangerous secrets.
In Bygonne, however, hope, love, and magic can get you killed. So, too, can emancipation. Told from Joy’s first person narration, “The Treemakers” is part environmental-warning and bio-punk. I’d recommend this work for readers of Young Adult and dystopian narratives.
This was a compelling read and at times, I longed for more information and backstory, but I am sure all secrets will be revealed in good time. Roll on the sequel!”