Thanks to the Kindle platform, we can now say that publishing a book has never been more achievable and rewarding. A couple of years ago, if you wanted to become a published author, you had to find a traditional publishing house and wait between 6 months and 1 year for your book to reach the bookstores, in case it was even accepted. Now, anyone can write a book and share their knowledge with the entire world in a couple of hours – the time it takes for your eBook to appear on Amazon. Still, that doesn’t mean you can do it without putting a lot of work and effort into it. But there are certain strategies for planning, researching and writing that can make things easier for you and speed up the process.
Nancy Hendrickson’s book – ‘How to Write for Kindle: A Non-Fiction Book in 72-Hours or Less’ – is exactly what you need if you want to write a non-fiction book, but you don’t have that much time at your disposal. As the author puts it, the real problem is not the lack of time, but the lack of strategy. This is why she decided to share her 5-step write-fast strategy. After years of working as a freelance writer, and after writing more than a dozen print books and Kindle books, she was able to create a simple and effective strategy that can help anyone write a non-fiction book in 72 hours, or even less. It all depends on how well you plan your book, on how fast you do your research, and how determined you are to start writing and keep writing until you finish it.
In ‘How to Write for Kindle: A Non-Fiction Book in 72-Hours or Less’ you will learn about choosing a niche that will maximize your success, researching quickly and effectively, and writing up to 2000 words an hour. Moreover, the author discusses grammar, the importance of professional editing and of an irresistible title that will draw the reader’s attention in a split second. You will learn how to format your manuscript for Kindle and how to create a great cover that will sell your book even before the reader gets to see the preview. The best pricing practices and how to get reviews are also covered in this consistent and highly informative guide. It’s impossible not to feel prepared to write your eBook after you read Nancy Hendrickson’s book, because you’ll have all the tools you need.
The fact that the author has been making a living as a writer for years stands as proof for how effective her strategy can be if you follow it step by step. By using your knowledge, experience and research ability, you can write books that will recommend you as an expert in your field.