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How To Write A Book In Less Than 24 Hours

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Have you always wanted to write your own book?

For most people, the answer is yes.  In fact, since I’ve been in the Kindle publishing industry, I’ve received so many questions from people wanting to write their own book, but just not knowing how.

Many are challenged with not having the time, they don’t feel like they’re a good writer, they feel insecure about not being an expert on a subject, or are simply too intimidated by the task of writing a book.  I’ve been there before too.

The truth is, these limitations are all false and can be overcome with some strategies that I’m going to share with you in this video blog.

In this video blog, I’m going to reveal to you how you can once and for all write your own book that you can publish and start making money from.  I’m going to share some practical tips and strategies that have allowed me to write my own books in less than 24 hours… and show you how you can do the same.

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I Wrote These 3 Popular Kindle Books In Less Than 24 Hours… And You Can Too!

Most people think it’s impossible or unrealistic to be able to write your own book in less than 24 hours.

False!

I used to believe that too… until I applied my speed of implementation concept to my writing and produced each of these high quality Kindle books in less than 24 hours.

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I’ve provided links to the books above so that you can check them out for yourself:

Kindle Marketing Secrets – 33 Ways To Promote Your Kindle Book And Get More Sales

Kindle Money Mastery – How I Make Six Figures Through Amazon Kindle Publishing Revealed

Life Mastery – How To Unleash Your Hidden Potential And Achieve Everything You’ve Ever Wanted

As you can see, these are all high quality Kindle books that have lots of reviews and have added immense value to people.

These aren’t short books either… they range from 86 pages to 238 pages!

My New Book Writing Philosophy

I’ve radically changed my philosophy to writing a book, which has allowed me to write these books in less than 24 hours.

You see, my first attempt at writing a book came 6 years ago.

I ran a dating coaching company here in Vancouver and I wanted to write my own book.

Since the task of writing this book was intimidating to me, I procrastinated throughout the entire process, and it ended up taking me over a year to finally finish writing this book.

I was a “perfectionist” with it.  I wanted everything to be perfect and was too afraid to just get it out there.  I remember wanting my friends and family to proof-read it, go over it, and ensure that it was top-notch.

When I finally launched and released this book, it didn’t turn out to be as successful as I had initially hoped.

It did okay, but it didn’t warrant the amount of time, energy and money I invested into it.  It definitely wasn’t a positive return on my investment.

The truth was, knowing what I know now, I could have easily produced this book in less than 24 hours.

It didn’t have to take me over a year to do this…

What held me back?  Trying to be a perfectionist with it.

I learned a philosophy from Dan Sullivan called The 80% Approach that really changed my life.

Dan teaches that the most important part of anything is the 80% of it.  

Meaning, instead of aiming to be a perfectionist and do 100% of something, he says to just aim to do 80%.

That 80% has all the value in it.  Who cares if EVERYTHING isn’t perfect yet?

Can 80% of this book help people and provide value?  If yes, then you owe it to yourself to get it out there.

In fact, he’d go as far to say that by NOT getting it out there, you’re doing a disservice to your market and customers.  They are receiving no benefit from you by having it sit on the shelf.

This concept has really changed things for me, as it free’d up my brain to just do the best that I can and produce quality content without worrying about it so much.

Less Than 10% Of People Will Read Past The First Chapter Of Your Book!

Did you know that less than 10% of people that purchase your book will even read past the first chapter?

That freaked me out.

Here I am, spending all of this time and energy to write something that I believe will help people, but only 10% of my customers are actually receiving the full benefit of it!

When I start to dissect why this is… the answer was obvious:

Most people are too intimidated by books that are too long!

Think about it… when you look at these lengthy books that are nearly the size of your head, how motivated do you feel to read that?

I don’t know about you, but it intimidates the heck out of me.  I don’t want to spend months or years to read a book.

Since publishing my own books on Kindle, I discovered that the market for what people want has shifted.

I’ve discovered that what actually SELLS better on Kindle is NOT a lengthy 200+ page book that you would sell for $9.99 or $19.99…. but rather a short, 30 to 100 page book that you can instead sell for $2.99 to $4.99.

People are more interested in buying a SERIES of books, rather than an “all-in-one” type book that is 200+ pages.

In fact, I believe that if you have a 200 page book, that you should break it down into a series of smaller books that are 50 pages long and sell them each for $2.99.  You can even give people the option to buy all 4 books from you (equaling the 200 page book) for a higher price point.

This actually SELLS better, makes you more money, and benefits the reader so much more because they will actually READ your entire book!

The Value Of Your Book IS NOT Determined By The Length!

People often worry that if their book is too short that it won’t be valuable enough for people.

Wrong!

Did you know there are plenty of books out there that are only a couple pages long and that you can read within 5 minutes that are worth A LOT of money, because the information in them is so powerful?

it works bookOne of my favourites is a book called It Works: The Famous Little Red Book That Makes Your Dreams Come True.

According to Kindle, this book is only 28 pages long.  I have the paperback of it and would even say it’s much shorter than that, as I’ve read this book time and time again in under 5 minutes.

What if I told you that this little book is one of the best books that I’ve ever read?  It has information that will change your life, if you apply it.

Here’s another short book that has changed my life and can be read quickly… it’s only 26 pages on Kindle.

As A Man Thinketh by James Allen

So as you can clearly see, the LENGTH of the book does not determine it’s value.

In fact, if you can get your message across in a short book, then why wouldn’t you?  Why do you need to write hundreds of pages to get your message across to people?  It’s completely unnecessary.

How To Write A Book FAST

The average typing speed is around 55 words per minute.

Now, I will be honest with you… I’m a much faster type than that.

I didn’t always be, but I’ve practiced a lot and I wrote a lot of blog posts.

But while I may be a much faster typer than you, it doesn’t mean that you can’t do this also.  In fact, I’ve factored in that if I can write a book in 6 hours, like I did with my Kindle Marketing Secrets book and I type at 100 words per minute, then an average typer at 55 words per minute could write the same amount of words in about 12 hours.

So this is definitely possible for ANYONE… it doesn’t matter how fast you type.

I’ve provided some simple strategies below that I follow that allows me to write a book fast:

  • You need a topic for your book first and foremost.  You don’t necessarily need a title just yet, but to know what you want the book to be about and the general topic of it.  For example, when I wrote my Kindle Marketing Secrets book, I didn’t know what it’d contain just yet… I just knew it’d be on Kindle Marketing.
  • Once you have the topic, you need to brainstorm the sub-topics of the book.  What do you want this book to contain?  What are all the possible ideas or nuggets of information that you can include in this book?  These sub-topics, once you narrow them down, will eventually become the chapters of this book.
  • You don’t need to know anything about the topic you want to write on!  In fact, with the internet, you can now easily research any topic that you want and find all the information out there for free that you can include in your own Kindle book.  You can purchase other related Kindle books and get ideas from them, or find YouTube videos, blogs, articles, or anything else that can give you the very best information that you can add to your book.  Everything that I’ve personally written in any of my books (or articles on my blog) is just information that I’ve learned elsewhere!  If you don’t know the answer on something or want to know more about it, you can do a simple Google search and find those answers immediately.
  • Set focused chunks of time while researching and writing your book.  This is a powerful productivity strategy that has allowed me to write quickly and effectively.  I use something called an Egg Timer and I will give myself 45-60 minutes to write a chapter as fast as I can.  I don’t worry about grammar, spelling or making it sound nice – I just write for the purpose of getting my thoughts out of my head.  This is just going to be the draft – you can edit and proof-read things later.  This is an important strategy, as it helps you get that “filter” out of your head that causes writers block and prevents your ideas from flowing out of you.  You will also then have the very best 80% of the information of what you want to cover written down in a chapter and from there you just have to make it sound nice.
  • If you absolutely suck at writing, you can then take the draft that you have and easily have someone else proof-read and revise it for you inexpensively.
  • You don’t have to write in order for you to create a book!  In fact, you could use a dictation software (Dragon Dictation) and record yourself talking about a topic and have it automatically transcribe and write the book for you.  You could also hire a transcriber to transcribe your audio for you and then use that as a book that you can now publish.  So if you can SPEAK, then you can write a book.

My Proven 10-Step Method To Writing A Book In Less Than 24 Hours

I hope you enjoyed the information that I’ve provided in this video blog and that it really has inspired you to write your own book. Check out my guide for how to publish a book for more information.

Writing your own book and publishing it is not only a fantastic way to make passive income, but it’s also a great way to build your brand and help a lot of people.  

I believe that every business needs to have their own book.  It’s something that will make you an authority in your marketplace and really give you an edge over your competitors.

If you’re serious about writing your own book, then I want to invite you to check out a new course that I’ve just released that reveals my 10-step method to writing a book in less than 24 hours.how-to-write-a-book-in-less-than-24-hours

The course is called How To Write A Book In Less Than 24 Hours and it’s a video training program that includes step-by-step video tutorials, as well as PDF’s that guide you through every step of the way.

The purpose of the course is simple: to help you write your own book in less than 24 hours.

I’m offering a limited time early-bird discount on the course, which you can get access to by below:

==> Click Here To Write Your Own Book In Less Than 24 Hours! <==

I hope you enjoy the program and I can’t wait to see your book once it’s published!

If there’s any questions or comments, please leave them below – I’d be happy to answer.

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How To Write A Book In Less Than 24 Hours
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  • Thanks Stephan! You’re truly an inspiration! I’ve started my own blog
    and always link back to yours due to the high quality of content! I
    really believe that pure focus can achieve any task. People really do
    prefer to pay for quality rather than quantity. I bless you man and KEEP
    IT UP!

    -Jonnelle A.

    • Thanks Jonnelle, I appreciate it – good luck with your blog!

  • Have enrolled in the program Stefan! After going through the Kindle Money Mastery course, I am so confident about the high quality of your courses, that I didn’t even bother to go through the sales page!

    • Me tol i ignore everything and click BUY NOW LOL

    • Thanks guys! I always do my best to deliver value… you can always expect quality from me!

  • Chris Silvestri

    Getting more and more productive Stefan. Great job!

    • Agreed with you,Really interested stuff you shared.

  • Danger & Play Blog

    Hey bro, maybe I didn’t understand what your course was supposed to cover. I bought it and was disappointed that it didn’t actually tell me how to get a book onto Amazon.

    To me, it doesn’t seem very useful to write a book if you don’t know how to upload it to Amazon.

    Instead, the end of the course sold me on another course.

    I’m not someone to hate on other people. (I rarely even leave comments on anyone else’s blog, as I have a relatively popular blog of my own.)

    But it might be a good idea if you said that you don’t actually cover how to get your book on Amazon and instead just go over some tips to write quickly.

    You’re welcome to delete this comment (of course, as it’s your blog). But since I didn’t see a place to email you, I am leaving my feedback here.

    • Hey Danger, this course doesn’t say anything about publishing your book on Amazon or any platform. If you go over the sales letter, it clearly describes that this is a course that teaches people how to write a book. There’s no mention of publishing or marketing the book, as that’s not what this course is about. I couldn’t have made the title of the program more clear: How To Write A Book In Less Than 24 Hours.

      With this book, you’ll then have the ability to publish it or sell it anywhere you want… whether that be on Kindle, Smashwords, Kobo or Nook. If you want a course that teaches you specifically how to publish on Kindle and make money from that, then I have my Kindle Money Mastery course, which is my flagship program that has helped thousands of people do it: http://www.kmoneymastery.com

      Sorry you were disappointed – but I think you were just confused about what this course was about. Not sure how else I could make it more clear than how it’s already set up though.

      • Danger & Play Blog

        It could be semantics. Maybe I was confused because your sales page said you’d show, “How you can have your own cash-pumping book ready by tomorrow.”

        To me, words on a screen don’t make a book. A book is, well, a book.

        I skipped right to the last 3 lectures, as I don’t have any trouble writing quickly. Those latter lectures didn’t tell me how to turn my text into a book.

        If something isn’t in an ebook format, it’s not a book. It’s just text.

        After all, I have hundreds-of-thousands of words on my blog. But my blog is not a book. It’s a blog.

        If I have a word document with 50,000 words, it’s not a book. It’s a big document that needs to be turned into a book. (Or else how can I sell it?)

        See what I’m getting at?

        Anyhow, your course doesn’t really teach anyone how to write a book.

        It teaches how to write quickly, and that may indeed have value for some people.

        Or maybe we just have a different understanding of what a “book” is.

        Anyhow, good luck.

        • Thanks, I see where you’re coming from. To me, a book is just a Word Document file on your computer with text in it. With that, YOU then can take that file and do the following:

          a) Upload it to Kindle, Smashwords, Kobo, Nook, iBooks or any other online publishing platform.
          b) Give it away as a PDF file on your blog or website.
          c) Sell it as a product on your blog or website (through Clickbank, E-Junkie or anything else).
          d) Turn it into a paperback book and sell it on CreateSpace or distribute it throughout book stores around the world.

          There’s SO MANY options with what you can do with this book file, which is what I consider to be a “book” and something of intrinsic value that you can now sell.

          In this course, I DO even teach you how to prepare it for Kindle publishing (I offer 3 bonus lessons from my Kindle Money Mastery course in it), so technically I DO teach you how to turn it into a Kindle book.

          But I understand where the confusion has come from. I’ve already had over 200+ people that have purchased this program and so far not 1 refund or complaint (or at least my support team hasn’t forwarded any to me). And I’ve already been receiving testimonials from people on it that have gone through it and produced a book from it. So right now I don’t see a reason to change anything with it – but if there’s confusion in the marketing message and more people let me know, then I can make it more clear as I don’t want to mislead anyone.

  • Aimee Vo

    Hey Stefan, you’ve inspired me to take massive action. I signed up to your KMM course and I’ve set a target to get 100 books out by 31 Dec (with the help of outsourcing). I spent the weekend unsubscribing to a bunch of email lists so that I don’t have anymore distractions. I guess this little comment here is to get my goals out in the open so that I can’t back out. Thanks for the time and effort in sharing the information here on your blog 🙂

    • Mila Soliko

      How did it go Aimee? as I have just started the course and not yet full disclosure member but interested to know if you hit your target

  • Jeanette

    Hi! Was wondering, is this just for non-fiction, or does it apply to fiction as well? /Jeanette

    • Hey Jeanette, it’s primarily geared towards non-fiction, but can easily be applied for fiction books as well. I just find non-fiction easier from a research/writing standpoint.

  • Hey, thanks for the recommendation man, just bought these two books to check them out. Will see what I can do with short books as I always thought you would do much better with really long books.

  • Mehdika Bagga

    Great Video 🙂