How to Write 30 Books in 30 Days

How to Write 30 Books in 30 Days : Learn the Secrets to Producing Amazing Quality Content at Blinding Speed

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You've never seen book publishing explained like this before! WINNER OF THE INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS PLATNUM CHOICE AWARD. Making money on kindle involves producing VOLUMES of books but until now your options were limited to investing good money in ghost writers or taking weeks or months to do it all yourself. Imagine being able to sit down at your computer and turn out one quality book after another for 30 straight days! That's exactly what author Dan Howe did. Now you can learn his incredible rapid book production secrets in this brilliant one of a kind tell all book. If you have always wanted to discover the hidden secrets to making money on amazon as a multi title author, then get ready to take your writing to astonishing new levels because you just found them! Inside You'll learn: -How to select and research topics buyers will respond to in huge masses. -You'll be introduced to Dan's Boilerplate Technique - With this one tip you'll already have as much as 1/5th of your book done before you ever even sit down to write your first word!. -You'll learn how to become an "expert" on virtually any subject - no matter what it is - in less than 48 hours. -You'll discover the MAGIC TOOL that will absolutely supercharge your writing speed by as much as 500, 600, 800 or even 1000% or more. -You'll learn the secrets to establishing A "sales worthy" page count and how correctly formatting your book can radically change the final numbers. -And you'll even learn shortcuts for turning your current content into additional books. You get all this and much, much more! Order your copy now!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 50 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.05mm | 127.01g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508626987
  • 9781508626985
  • 2,382,576