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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.
If you are interested in making a living writing Kindle books, and are interested in writing a Kindle book a week, I invite you to check out my book. I have provided proven methods that I use to write a book a week. For the average writer out there this is a realistic model for truly making a living writing Kindle books.
File Size: 2004 KB
Print Length: 43 pages
Publication Date: June 5, 2014
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Good practical advice for writers
89 people found this helpful.
on October 11, 2013
By Nick Vulich
What I like about this book is that it offers a lot of great practical advice, without getting caught up in promises that you’re going to make a $100,000 overnight with your next Kindle book. The fact is the author lays it out truthfully, some books are going to make you some good money and others are going to suck. He says he has books that make $2.00 a month, and some that make hundreds, or thousands a month. I’ve written 27 books this year, and I can tell you that is the absolute truth. Half of my catalog makes $10 to $25 a month, two or three make close to $100 a month, and another two or three make up the bulk of my income. Funny thing is, your “money” books change from month to month.
Advice from someone that has done it and not just dreamed about it.
2 people found this helpful.
on November 4, 2013
By Wildman Keith
More valuable than a year’s subscription to Writer’s Digest magaine.
Good in theory
on July 17, 2015
Good in theory, but very hard in execution if you want to have serious books. But it has some very good ideas that you can apply to a more realistic time frame.
Incredibly practical and extremely inspirational; got me writing!
26 people found this helpful.
on November 19, 2013
By Gary Speer
In a world filled with vague, “you can only write as you’re inspired” silliness, Alex Foster’s books are outstanding and filled with practical details and truly inspirational advice. This one, “Writing a Kindle Book a Week,” is one of the best for someone serious about launching a writing career using Kindle Digital Publishing. Alex’s step-by-step guide covers all the information you need to get going and to set concrete daily and weekly writing goals.
Made Me Readjust My Writing Goals
on November 21, 2014
By Denniger Bolton
Like it or not, it seems the best way to actually succeed on Kindle as an author, of which I am one for this book is perfect for me, is to write a lot of books. Alex is talking about a book a week, 50 a year. That’s a lot of books! A previous goal I’ve had is to write a book every three months. What a wimp! Reading this book, I now understand that since I love to write, live to write, why not go for it. The only thing I have to lose is the money I wouldn’t be making if I didn’t do it. I have not readjusted my goals and am going to write two books per week! Just kidding, but I believe I can handle a couple per month now. Good book Alex. Very inspiring and full of the kind of tips a writer really needs to make it on Kindle. Alex has other books on the subject of Kindle such as books that sell, and getting those all important reviews, and HTML formatting, Kindle categories, and dang it all I’m going to download all of them!
Full of hard-earned information that works
12 people found this helpful.
on April 11, 2014
By Olga Farber
With the first phrase of the introduction, I wanted to go and ask for a refund, as it made the impression of those get-quick-buck-no-matter-the-quantity books and authors. But I still remembered the feeling of those praising reviews, so I decided to continue to read…. very quickly it became a reading I couldn’t put down until finished the whole book. What a pleasure! It feels, it shows, that this author has actually been going through the trenches, doing everything possible, finding things that work. Every paragraph contains some hard-earned idea, it’s hard to call it “tips and tricks”, it’s methods, systems and strategies. I’m very glad I bought and read it. Learner a lot and got inspired a lot. Thank you, Alex. 🙂
Mostly useful advice
on July 5, 2015
By Bibi Reads, A LOT
… a few downright silly suggestions, like visualising typing.
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