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How to Write Fast Books about Hot Topics in 10 Days or Less (English Edition) par [MacIntosh, Eibhlin]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

A month from now, you could be a best-selling author.

Whether this is your first book or your 50th, this could be your most exciting experience, ever.

These "fast books" aren't like other books. If writing a book seems daunting, or if you've tried to write but the results were disappointing, try this by-the-numbers way to publish a fast, fascinating book.
  • Forget about long hours at the keyboard, grinding out a 200-page book. A book half that size (or less) can earn you four-figures a month.
  • Say goodbye to juggling your day job, family time, and your writing career. You can research a book in your spare time, and write it over a single weekend.
  • Discover a fresh approach to nonfiction that meets the needs of today's busy readers.
If you love research and trivia, you can write and publish these fast, popular books... and have fun doing it.

In this short (24,000 word) book, author Eibhlin MacIntosh reveals the exact system she uses. She explains how to find good ideas, check the competition, and delve into research resources.

Read this book and get excited about writing! A month from now, you could be a best-selling author.

[Previous title: "How to Write Successful, Viral, Nonfiction Books in 10 Days or Less."]

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 130 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1508830223
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  • Editeur : New Forest Books; Édition : 3 (27 mars 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Comprehensive Tutorial on Writing Fast Books That Sell 31 mars 2014
Par H. Malmsio - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I have been reading Eibhlin's free author tutorial blog posts for a while now and never miss reading her emails as I know I will learn valuable lessons by a profitable author who has integrity and always delivers quality to her readers.
And I wanted to get the complete Flash Books training course in one reference manual, and this book has it all. If you can string together a few sentences in a way that is pleasant and informative to read, you can convert that level of skill into Flash Books, and create a portfolio of profitable books.
No questions about how to do it any more, now it just requires the reader's input for the focus and dedication to the task, and there is no suggestion in the book that it is easy to do, and she even warns the reader about taking shortcuts.
For people who are determined to get published and be profitable, this is a brilliant tool to start with.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Book for Those Looking to Write Fast, Trending Books 19 décembre 2014
Par George Rodriguez - Nonfiction Author - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Eibhlin MacIntosh makes it very clear in Write Successful Viral Nonfiction Books in 10 Days or Less that she is looking for trending topics that she can get in front of and ride to strong sales before the window of opportunity closes. This is usually measured in months, weeks or even days.

And if it works for her and her audience buys and likes her books, good for her and them.

I thought some of the resources she listed were a highlight of the book – I had not heard of many and look forward to exploring them – and her writing process seemed simple, quick and effective.

If you want to write quickly and publish constantly this book will serve you well. If you turn your nose up at books like this and think this is what is wrong with indie publishing today you better pass.

For me I got some trending topic sites I can explore, a few tactics I might add to my writing process and book and author recommendations I will follow up on.

This book was a quick read, inexpensive and introduced me to some new concepts. I don’t feel like I wasted time reading it and although I doubt I'll ever write a book in 10 days or less, I found value in it.
29 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 If only I had more stars to give.... 30 mars 2014
Par Elizabeth Metz - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I've tried to review this two or three times now, but every time I begin, I just fall into a puddle of drool on the floor, holding my iPad in front of me and trying to get random passers-by to read it with a series of guttural grunts and clicks. Which, I understand, may not be the most effective way to review a book. So I'm going to try again, with a few more words.

It's hard for me to give these one-topic wonders five stars. Given that, lately, I've been on a spate of buying a lot of these that have been incoherent or incorrect, my expectations for them kind of top out around four-star-level, in fact. And MacIntosh herself says in the very first section of the book that she wrote this one *using* her Flash-in-the-Pan style, with the workflow process she outlines, and on the timetable she keeps these kinds of books on -- which, she says, is only "good enough". So, honestly, my expectations were for typos and some garble.

Not so! The book is short, to the point, and yes, I found one typo. But (!!), that said, it's also incredibly practical, stuffed completely full to bursting with actual resources, tips, and information, and better-written than 90% of the stuff I've read from much more expensive books. Within the first chapter *alone*, I'd scribbled down a page of notes, and had at least three big A-HA! moments where I could identify things I'd been doing incorrectly or inefficiently.

MacIntosh holds nothing back here. She spills it all -- from the places she identifies her topics to how she decides what to ultimately write about, to the research phase and the writing/publishing of her books. She's candid about what works (and what doesn't!), and best, she stresses the importance of writing your own work. (I can't tell you how much it irritates me to see the spate of people irresponsibly recommending outsourcing writing, which is simply *not* okay...and MacIntosh echoes this, explaining *why* you simply can't do it with this kind of book. I think I love her.)

Her step-by-step, start-to-finish workflow chapter is worth the entire cost of the book, times about a billion. Even if you don't end up adopting her whole genre/system, that workflow list is good to adapt to longer timelines, as well, and will be saving me *loads* of time in bumbling around, reinventing the wheel or doing things that are less than effective. Similarly, her tool and resource sharing throughout the book introduced me to new ways of doing things that I was doing manually (for seemingly no reason, now that I know there are tools for them).

Flash-in-the-Pan style book writing isn't for everyone. You do have to be able to identify upcoming trends (not easy), synthesize a lot of data in a short amount of time (a brain-fryingly large amount of data), and write fairly quickly (understatement of the year) to follow MacIntosh's example to the letter. However, I really think that *anyone* that writes nonfiction for Kindle would get something out of it -- and probably a very big something. I know I did.

::grunts and holds out the iPad::
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly Recommended, Even If You're Not Writing a "Fast" Book! 15 mai 2017
Par Dassie - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Eibhlin's blog is one of my all-time favorites. I love her writing and her voice, I love how her mind shoots off in a million directions, propelling her to try so many different methods and products, then writes about what she learned from it all and how she does it, but with no ego-pumping. And she definitely impresses me as being very trustworthy.

This book has everything I love about her blog: great advice based on vast personal experience and a great voice you can trust.
And even if you don't want to write a "fast" book, it can still spark ideas and ways to research them for "slower" books.

My only nitpicky "con" is that she discusses writing about a topic you don't believe in, and emphasizes how important it is to make yourself believe in it while you're writing about it. Personally, I'd take that one step further and say that one should never write in favor of a topic that they don't believe in. Writing in favor of something you know or feel to be wrong lacks integrity at best and can mislead people at worst. I was even a little shocked because, like I said, she comes off as so trustworthy in her blog and reviews.

Well, nobody is perfect (including me, of course) and no book is perfect (including mine). I'm still very glad I bought the book.

If you're looking for great ideas for topics and research written in a great voice, then you'll probably love this book too.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Get Paid to Research and Write For Hungry Content Buyers 10 octobre 2015
Par Teri Hanna - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great writing book for non-fiction writers filled with detailed info on how to research hot trends and produce books to ride the wave of popularity and earn a good income. Eibhlin is a favorite writer's author who I love to follow and glean tips and info on becoming a better writer. I love this book that describes in detail how to keep popular titles and topics in front of your readers and earn a living doing it. Eibhlin gives an overview of her process, niche selection, trend spotting and how to spot them, three key reality checks, motivated by money, hooks, bait and books, your cover is your promise, outlining your book, research and historical resources, write, escape and edit, stacking books for more profits. Here's a quote, "Flash in the pan books are good practice for new writer, and they can deliver significant book royalties, quickly." A good reason to study this book and try her methods to earn a regular income. I highly recommend Eibhlin's book on Writing Successful Nonfiction Books in 10 Days, I love it and study it constantly!
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