I can think of seven types of books you can write fast—especially by blogging them—and turn them into short ebooks. See my post on how and why to blog a business-boosting book. Short ebooks can be anywhere from 15 to manuscript pages in length.
Also, it got me writing again, so there you go. Nov 06, wendy rated it it was amazing Great book I enjoyed this book. I found some really good advice for getting my book written quickly.
Oct 18, Thependragon rated it it was amazing A great book with good ideas I started reading this book because I was trying to find a way to make a little extra money while in college.
This book provides a no-nonsense step by step approach to publishing. The advice and plan outlined in this book make sense and it is packed with useful resources and tips. I must read for an aspiring E-publisher. Jul 25, Dale L. Admittedly, I've attempted to sit down and read Steve's books, but for one reason or another, never completed the process.
My lack of focus could be attributed to Steve's writing style or my waning interest in whatever topic. Steve is a good speaker and his podcasts are far different than his written content. But, that should not dissuade you from reading his books.
Once committed to the process of reading his entire book in one sitting, I found it quite pleasurable, informative and rather easy to finish in under an hour.
Without revealing too many of his tips and tricks to cranking out high-quality ebooks, I have to say he gives practical advice with real world examples.
The timeline he sets up is precise and doesn't bog me down with too many things in one day. If I were to nit-pick one point - tags in a book description.
I'm not sure that he is aware he has this advice in his book still, otherwise, I'd think he'd remove this tip. In a recent Authority Self Publishing podcast, Steve clearly stated that keywords are overemphasized and aren't as critical as most self-publishers would have you believe.
So, his statement made me take pause and think why would he have a point to add tags into your book description since it's a blatant tool for keyword optimization.How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days – That Readers Love!
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"How to Write a Non-fiction Ebook in 21 Days" was a quick and easy read.
Steve's book provides step-by-step instructions that cover the complete process of creating an ebook. The writing flows well, and the ideas are very well organized/5. CCNA Routing and Switching Complete Study Guide: Exam , Exam , Exam 2nd Edition, Kindle Edition.