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Synopsis of the book:
Do you want to know the secret to writing a non-fiction business book without wasting time or money?
Write Your Book in a Flash shows business executives, entrepreneurs and thought leaders how to get focused fast, so you can write your book without tearing your hair out.
Most people dream of writing a book, but they get stopped in their tracks because they don’t have a system to follow. The secret to completing a book quickly is to have a system.
Unlike books that show you why you should write a book, this book actually shows you how to write a book!
Where was this resource when I wrote my first non-fiction book? There is so much to this book that I hardly know where to begin. I like that the author takes the reader through the process of writing a book in a clear and concise fashion. The author refers to it as a ‘paint-by-numbers’ technique. Anyone can be a painter if they follow the directions with the numbers and colors. In the same way, anyone can craft a good non-fiction book if they follow a set of directions that spell out the process.
I found this take to be quite relatable and, more importantly, achievable. I’ve read through the entire book and already have my next project percolating. The book offers lots of exercises to help the reader and there are additional worksheets available online. I was impressed by the simplicity and comprehensiveness of the material presented.
While I haven’t gone through this book slowly enough to utilize it for my writing, I’m confident that it will give me the right tools to do it at a much faster (and more focused) pace than I have before.
This is going in my “keeper” library of writing resources. I recommend it.
My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Note: I received this book complimentary from the publisher. I was not required to give a positive review. All of the opinions I have expressed here are my own.
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