Writing a none fiction book in a week is not difficult. All that is required is a subject, a knowledge of that subject and a plan.
This course will show you how by using a master plan you can write your book in a week. You can then go on to write another book in a week. In fact you can go on to write dozens of books, even books about things you know nothing about yet.
You will discover:
Although you are learning how to write you book in a week, not how to publish, you will need to know the basics of publishing. So that is covered to ensure you don't get lost.
By using this plan you will never suffer writers block, as you always know what has to be written about.
The plan has been developed and simplified over many years. Originally developed because of report writing taking over my life. I needed a system that enabled ten reports a week to be written that were taking forever. By reading what others did & talking to others, a plan was developed, and has satisfied my requirements for many years. For book writing it needed to be simplified. Reports have a lot of detail, books less so.
This system is perfect for none fiction writing, there are better systems written for fiction writing.
With my full support, and 30 days full money back guarantee you are assured of no risk to you.
Enroll today, publish next week. It really is that simple.
Welcome to How I can write a book in a week and what can be achieved by using this simple plan.
How the course is structured and how to get the best from it.
How to use the master plan is essential, this lesson ensures complete understanding of the system.
Equiping with mind maps
Completion of understanding of the plan for best effect.
Down to the business of planning a book by breaking an idea into bite sized pieces.
This lecture covers the planning of an actual book. By the end any book can be fully planned ready for the actual word writing of the book itself.
Your plan is written, now its time to write the words. How you do the writing is covered in this lecture.
Trying out planning and transfering
Summary of using the master-plan
How to use a word processing program for writing, print and eBooks.
This lecture covers writing eBooks with a dedicated eBook writing program. This is an example program that reveals the difference between a dedicated program and a word processing program for eBooks. Using such a program is by no means essential.
Practice editing a short piece of text
Cover and titles must be eye catching and make a promise.
Including everything needed in a book description.
Summary of this section
Eventually the subjects known about will dry up. Unknown subjects are needed to write more books. After this lecture how to do this becomes obvious. It really is easy and so obvious.
A simple practice on reading books for knowledge
Final notes before you begin writing the first book.
Subjects you will write about first need to be looked at before beginning to write.
Peter Clark spent his working life in engineering and now enjoys a life writing books on wide variety of subjects, including travel and quiz books.
He is also involved in writing and producing educational courses.
Born in the United Kingdom in a heavy engineering area famous for producing chains, cables, tube, steel and steel products, motor vehicles and trains to name just a few products locally produced meant it was almost inevitable to be active in engineering.
Engineering being an international industry, provided opportunity to travel including the middle and far east, Europe, Scandinavia, Africa and the US. Experience gained travelling has proven to be invaluable in his writing and creating activities. Engineering is more about writing, than using spanners and testing equipment. Every activity requires a report to be written about it. This provided years of writing experience in styles appropriate for the intended reader, writing became second nature.
A keen musician from an early age, saw him performing in a variety of bands during his teenage years. Forty years on he still plays guitar (badly) for his own pleasure.
His love of cycling is enjoyed, much more in the Mediterranean area in which he lives now than was possible in the UK, which is often cold and wet. Months of dry weather are perfect for cycling. His other love for photography is enjoyed while cycling and walking among the rugged dry landscapes.