How to Write a Book This Weekend, Even If You Flunked English Like I Did

How to Write a Book This Weekend Even If You Flunked English Like I Did Who Else Wants To Write a Book This Weekend It s easier than you think Best selling author Vic Johnson actually wrote this book in a weekend to prove how easy it is And he gives you step by step detai

  • Title: How to Write a Book This Weekend, Even If You Flunked English Like I Did
  • Author: Vic Johnson Wes Talbot
  • ISBN: 9781469025513
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Audiobook
  • Who Else Wants To Write a Book This Weekend It s easier than you think Best selling author Vic Johnson actually wrote this book in a weekend to prove how easy it is And he gives you step by step detail of everything he did, including the resources he uses to turn out content rich books in no time at all How To Write a Book This Weekend is a perfect strategy for firs Who Else Wants To Write a Book This Weekend It s easier than you think Best selling author Vic Johnson actually wrote this book in a weekend to prove how easy it is And he gives you step by step detail of everything he did, including the resources he uses to turn out content rich books in no time at all How To Write a Book This Weekend is a perfect strategy for first time book writers who have been discouraged by the thought of pounding out words for months at a time You ll learn Where to find idea factories that allow you to crowdsource the hottest trending topics.Where to find idea factories that allow you to crowdsource the hottest trending topics.The little known secrets used by a 19th century Russian immigrant to sell over 100 million print books.The can t fail method of choosing a title that makes your book irresistible to prospective buyers.A backdoor Google code that will instantly reveal a treasure trove of valuable research material for your book.The magic method that eliminates writers block and produces top quality content in a fraction of the time of other methods.Please note This method has had proven success on many occasions when applied to non fiction books It may or may not be useful for fiction writers.

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    1. This was of surprisingly high value. Succinct, and with some really usable hints. Recommended if you're planning a book.

    2. How to Write a Book This Weekend Like I Did, Even if You Flunked English Like I Did is by Vic Johnson. This is a how to book on writing. Vic Johnson has written several books in the How To style. This book is quite interesting if you plan to write for the first time. Although his information is generally headed towards How To books, it can be applied to other books. I am trying to write a nonfiction book and this has some interesting information that I can use. The idea of setting aside a weeken [...]

    3. This is a short how-to book on writing a how-to or informational book to try to sell and market on the Internet. It was very inspirational. Basically the author says that you can record your information and then pay to have someone transcribe it and then pay some editors to help fix it up. He also gives tips on how to research your topic on the Internet to gather it together to write your book. I liked that this book was short and to the point, but also very positive.

    4. Very informative for beginners like me and I love short and to the point books and this is one of them. This book explains every step to write a book in a weekend with at least 12000 words minimum with all the resources and references that can help writer during and after writing. Surely worth reading.

    5. This was a quick read and was just full of useful and helpful information.According to Vic Johnson, it IS possible to write a book in a weekend especially the way he goes about doing it.He provides the reader with many resources, ideas and just general "how to's" to write a book in one weekend and get it edited and published shortly thereafter.

    6. I got this book as I was interested in possibly writing a few short stories. The title should reflect that this book is specifically on how to write non-fiction how-to books in a weekend and does not focus on other types of books.The information is likely something you would have learned in school when being assigned an essay to write. It could be a helpful refresher if you had, as the title suggests, flunked English class.Although not what I was looking for in a book with this title, it did hav [...]

    7. How To Write a Book This Weekend, Even If You Flunked English Like I Did (Kindle Edition)A one day read packed with motivational information. I listed 14 possible e-Books while reading Vic's book. He not only gives you information but shares his resources/references then motivates you to act upon the principles he puts forth.Personally, I believe this is not a book to read and lay aside. Read it act upon it. Until my weekend habit is formed, I read at random a chapter a day to keep my motivatio [...]

    8. The author uses this book to shill his other products. If you've never done in depth research for a college class, etc, might find this book really useful. For someone with research experience, though, it's not useful.The one main concept that still rings true is this: choose a concept that won't got out for date. For example, if I write a book on the iPhone 5S, it will be out of date within two years. Istead, you might write. Book on how to program your own app, as the technology won't go out o [...]

    9. Some good ideas on how to actually get started. Main point is to use a recorder and hire a transcriptionist. I've heard this idea before but he lays it out fairly well. There is also some leg work you'll need to do so I would spend the time to read this if you are actually interested in writing a book.

    10. Learn how to write a book on a topic you may or may not know about by paraphrasing other authors' work (oh I'm sorry, I meant "synthesizing"). This book even suggests you purchase book summaries or hire a freelancer to read and summarize a book for you so you can "synthesize" that.

    11. Interesting book, but needs to be clear the author is referring to non-fiction writing, primarily how-to and instruction books. Some ideas are common sense, but did get some good ideas for my next project. Could have used a chapter on how to get published after writing the book.

    12. Listened to this audiobook since it was cheap and I was bored. Pretty basic but had a decent example of a good workflow that the planner in me enjoyed.

    13. This was very helpful. It was full of information for a beginning author. It was a quick read. I will be reading it over and over.

    14. Short and wonderful!This is the kind of book that I like. You get the motivation and ideas in just 3 hours of reading. Now, I'll write my book next weekend. Thank you!

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