“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. Inside these pages you’ll learn:
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.
©2013 Vic Johnson (P)2013 Gildan Media LLC
"His first course that I purchased for $60 got me into the industry. I listened to it and wrote everything down point by point and did as much as I could. I made $8,000 on one site alone." (Roger Gauthier, CEO, Tri-Vision Global, Inc.)
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"Much better than the title might suggest."
The book offers very solid and practical advice on managing the project of writing nonfiction books.
The title might make you think he is offering a get rich quick scheme. However the author lays out very helpful suggestions on the work needed to do before and after the actual writing process. The author focuses on writing a good first draft within one weekend.
His advice would be extremely helpful for the new writer or riders who know they have more to communicate but just need assistance to manage the process.
The narrator also does a very good job of communicating the concepts clearly making this and enjoyable read or listen and well worth the time.
This audiobook was easy to listen to with lots of great information. It is filled with things that I had not thought to consider when writing a book. I have listened to it over and over to get all the information I can from it. I am excited to start writing my first book.
"Good lil' book"
Generally I have a dislike for the maelstrom of short ebooks and audiobooks self-published by wanna-be "experts". This isn't one of those cases.
This one's useful and information-packed. Concrete tips on beginning and structuring your how-to ebooks.
"Precise step-by-step information"
I've been listening to several audio books on how to write a book and this had such great information that was easy to follow.
"what I was looking for"
Vic's book is succinct and informative. He gets to the point with what seems to be the most important steps to writing a book quickly.
"So poorly written, I couldn't listen"
Here we have someone who really can't write, writing a book about writing. I should have known from the title, but thought he must have improve since flunking English. He hasn't. I couldn't get past the first five minutes before I decided that I didn't want any advice from this person.
"I was amazed at the value in this book!"
I thought the author gave an abundance of really good information. I was so pleasantly surprised. I planned to listen to it again, soon!
"A waste of time..."
Provide real information appropriate to the title. For instance the reason it only takes 24 hours is because you can record the book, pay a transcriber and hire an editor. That's some expensive useless advice.
The performance was decent.
"I believe I can do it"
Listening to the book and taking notes was special. He gave me areas to look I did not think about. I can do this. May take me longer than a weekend.
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