How to Turn Your Own Experience Into a Book That Helps Others
The Fastest, Most Stress-Free Book You'll Ever Write
Hi, Britt here. I'm going to keep this short and sweet. I've come up with a way to write nonfiction books that anyone can do - and I mean anyone. If you've held back out of fear or indecision, I think I have the answer you've been searching for. Read on...
What if I could show you how to:
►Write a book without all the usual stress and worry - because you already have all the knowledge and experience you need.
►Pick the topic for your book based on something you've experienced yourself and have a strong interest in helping others deal with.
►Avoid tedious research and trying to compete with experts - you don't have to do any of that!
►Follow a simple, paragraph-by-paragraph blueprint to complete your book in record time.
►Feel the joy of accomplishing something you've always wanted to do - write your own nonfiction book.
Sounds pretty good, doesn't it?
Well, that's exactly what you're about to get.
This is my new 22-page, no fluff writing guide. You get just what you need to start and finish a book as quickly as you'll ever write any book.
Bold claim? Yes. But it's true. You'll see.
The problem is that most new writers tend to worry that they aren't “expert” enough to write a book about an issue. They tend to think that if they don't have some miracle cure or abnormally superior results to boast about, they can't write a good book about their issue.
But consider this...
You don't have to have a cure or fix-all for the issue to help people. If you have a simple treatment or trick you used yourself that helps readers better deal with the issue, you have something readers will love to read.
Even if you are writing about a chronic condition that makes life difficult, you might be able to help them get through it, even for just a short while or just one important event. That's something your readers will appreciate.
Writing this kind of book about an issue you have personal experience with takes away the pressure you might have felt that you have to be some kind of expert with letters after your name.
Here's the thing about that...
You'll actually have a big advantage over the so-called experts because you'll be giving readers your own personal experience and conclusions. It won't be just a lot of dry theory and academic gobbledy-gook.
Your ability to connect with readers as someone just like them who has been through what they're going through will be your biggest ally. I'm going to show you exactly how to do that and write a great book super-fast.
Even if you're not sure what you'll tell them about the issue you dealt with, my instructions help you. I give you different options to better suit your knowledge and experience that will work for any issue topic.
What do I mean by an issue topic?
An issue can be anything that you've dealt with, large or small.
You might think of things like chronic pain or cancer as issues. They are, but if you haven't gone through something that dramatic, don't think that you don't have the right experience for a good book topic.
We all battle dozens of issues every day:
Not only are they all good examples of issues you can use - they are issues that sell books!
And you don't have to have miracle cures or super-secret answers to life.
You just have to help readers to better deal with their issue. Make one day a little better for them. Make one decision a little easier. Or maybe they just need a change in mindset - learn to accept some issue or get some hope for a better future.
Best of all, I've made it super simple
This really is something anyone can do. I made it as close to a 'fill-in-the-blanks' blueprint as I could. There's not a simpler, faster way to write a nonfiction book, in my opinion.
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