Writing a Kindle Book a Week

Writing a Kindle Book a Week

Alex Foster

Language: English

Pages: 59

ISBN: 2:00252836

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Writing a Kindle Book a Week

Alex Foster

Language: English

Pages: 59

ISBN: 2:00252836

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


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How to write a Kindle book every week!

One of the best ways to make money on Kindle relies heavily on quantity. Unless you are a famous author that can publish best seller after best seller, you need a different strategy. You need to publish Kindle books fast and in bulk. The quality needs to be there, and so does the quantity.

In this book I go over my method on how to write a Kindle book a week. The book a week model scales well over time. It allows for more variation in sales while still being profitable.

In this book I cover the following topics:
• How to write an outline that will allow you to move through the writing process faster.
• How to find the time. I found the time to write a book a week with a full time job, and two young children. You can too, and I go over tips for finding the time in your busy day.
• How to overcome common obstacles. There are many challenges with writing a book a week, so I cover some proven tactics in helping you overcome them.
• Getting ideas. One of the biggest worries people have is running out of ideas for great books if they are writing so many of them. I go over ways you can generate enough ideas to last you a lifetime.
• How to write faster. Writing a book a week is a race against time and other types of friction. I go over ways to help you write faster, and smooth out the writing process.
• Plus a lot more information, such as ideas to help you get focused, get and stay motivated, and how to edit.

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are at least one million searches a month. George Plimpton was a famous journalist and writer who went out and experienced things to write about. “ Participatory journalism” is just that, getting interesting ideas to write about the things you have done and experienced. George Plimpton would compete in different professional sports, act in movies and even perform live comedy acts just for the experience. For example, you could take up boxing or bird watching for a while, then write about it. If

upgrade in my eyes. I tried a few and prefer Dragon Naturally Speaking if you want a recommendation. None are perfect. Using speech to text is useful sometimes for fiction books where you want to be creative and your mind moves faster than typing. It’s a great way to have sprints of creative writing without having to shift gears and type out your thoughts. I have probably typed 70 plus books and used text to speech on 10 plus others. I find typing slower, but easier for me, probably from habit.

upgrade in my eyes. I tried a few and prefer Dragon Naturally Speaking if you want a recommendation. None are perfect. Using speech to text is useful sometimes for fiction books where you want to be creative and your mind moves faster than typing. It’s a great way to have sprints of creative writing without having to shift gears and type out your thoughts. I have probably typed 70 plus books and used text to speech on 10 plus others. I find typing slower, but easier for me, probably from habit.

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