Tuesday, 15 June 2021

Writing a Book a Week: How to Write Quick Books Under the Self-Publishing Model.

 Like most writers, I like to read.

I read both fiction and non-fiction, but mostly non-fiction because I like to learn. Learning has always been one of my favourite things in life. I'm a life-long learner.

Recently I was reading a book about Anxiety, how it affected the author's life, and how she overcame it. It was fascinating.

And even more recently, I bought and downloaded a Kindle book by Alex Foster, called, "Writing a Book a Week." And it too was fascinating.

It's only a short ebook and I read it in under an hour, which is probably why it only cost 99 cents.

But although it was short, it was a great read and I learned a lot. It was full of golden nuggets of advice.

And I'm not the only one who liked it. It has hundreds of great reviews on Amazon.

I actually read it 3 times and now I'm about to read it again and take notes.

I know that you're probably wondering why I'm talking about someone else's book about how to write a book in a week when I've written a book of my own on that very subject. And it's because my book is all about writing non-fiction ebooks, while Alex Foster's book is about writing fiction as well.

One of the interesting things he said is that in order to write in many different genres and on different subjects, it's important to use pseudonyms for all your different book categories so that readers can find more of your books on the subject they like, and it also makes you look more of an expert if each of your pen names is only associated with one subject. 

This author really makes the whole book writing process fast and doable and the no-fluff way it's written gets you straight into the subject of writing books quickly and makes you feel inspired and motivated.

It even deals with where to get ideas from and what to do with them.

I reckon that if you read this short ebook, you won't be disappointed.

But you will be dying to start writing and self-publishing a book a week.

Friday, 4 June 2021

Here’s How Easy It Is to Write an eBook a Week

Sometimes I don’t feel inspired to write, even though it’s the way I earn my living.

I sit down and start writing but I still don’t feel in the mood and I feel unmotivated to keep going. For whatever reason, I just can’t write. The ideas just aren’t flowing as easily as they usually do.

But even on days like this, I keep going and eventually I get into the flow and then I can keep going for hours.

I’ve always found that on days when I don’t feel like writing, but I have a big project to work on, like a book or an ebook, I get out one of my writing courses (and I’ve bought quite a few over the years). I like courses that are step-by-step because they always help me to start writing and to keep going. 

It’s so easy because I just read, follow the instruction and bam. My writing is done. It’s so much easier than writing from scratch.

And that’s why I wrote all my books the same way so that you just read it, follow the instructions and bam. Your writing is done.

It works the same way with my 7 Day eBook Writing and Publishing System, which is still a popular book because it makes it easy to follow the step-by-step instructions to get an ebook written and published and make sales in a week.

It just doesn’t get any easier than that.

Click the link below to find out more about exactly what you’re going to get and how easy it is.

7 Day eBook Writing & Publishing System
How to Write and Publish an ebook and Start Getting Sales in Just One Week

Wednesday, 2 June 2021

An Easy Way to Write Articles Faster, Better and Earn More Money

I’ve had so many websites over the last 20 years and I earned money from all of them. I even sold one for a lot of money. I’ve also had several blogs too.

And the thing about blogs is that anyone can have one. And you can set one up and run it for free.

Then all you have to do is write articles to fill it with content. I’ve written so many articles over the years that I’ve lost count.

And why would you want to write articles?

Money. And there are several different ways you can earn money writing online articles.

Some people worry that they may run out of ideas of what to write about, but I’ve never found that to be an issue. If you’re creative (and you must be if you’re a writer), then it should be easy for you to come up with ideas.

What makes it even easier is if you can write one article 7 different ways. And that doesn’t mean having 7 different article ideas, but having one idea and writing it 7 different ways, which means writing 7 different articles from 7 different angles, so that each one imparts the information in a different way for better understanding.

This means time saved, more articles written, more visitors to your website or blog, and more money.

And the more articles you write, the faster and better you’ll get.

Not only that but if you can write articles in 15 minutes or less AND write each article 7 different ways AND never run out of ideas, you’ll soon have a profitable online writing business.

This is one of the ways I began as a writer, and it’s still a way that I earn money from writing today.

Click the link below to learn more about how I earned over $4,000 writing articles in just one day.

How to Write An Article in 15 Minutes or Less
And how to write an article in 7 different ways.

Tuesday, 1 June 2021

No-Fee (Free to Enter) Writing Competitions June 2021+

Australian Writers Centre

Furious Fiction

Presented by us, the Australian Writers’ Centre, this fun, fast – and best of all – FREE short story challenge blasts off on the first Friday of every month. Anyone in the world aged 17 years and older is able to take part. Not only do you get to try your hand at a new creative challenge each and every month, the winning story takes home $500 in cash!

Opens: 5pm (Sydney/Melbourne time) on the first Friday of the month

Closes: 55 hours later (midnight, Sunday)

Word limit: 500 words

Entry fee: FREE

Prize: The winner takes home AUD$500 each month, and the shortlisted favourites are published on our blog


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