What We’ve Learned
The whole point of this was to show you how simple and easy it is to get your book out.
You now have a way to get those inspired story ideas up and out of your head into a recording and into print.
I created this course for you to get you started. Because I saw all this money being spent on courses and books and everything that just make it even harder to get started.
If you can tell a story that people like to hear, you can publish a book.
It’s really that simple. If it takes you a half hour to record it, another hour to edit it, another 15 minutes to make a cover, 5 minutes to get it up on Amazon, then you can publish a book in an hour and 20 minutes.
There’s no reason not to do it today. Starting now.
And the books you publish will just keep getting better as you go.
Let’s recap what you’ve learned:
1. All you need to get published is 2500 words of text, a sentence of description, and a cover. And you don’t have to pay anyone for any of these. It will take you maybe a half-hour to get everything up there, depending on how long it takes to find or combine something you wrote to that length.
2. Set up your writing business to be a business. Blog, Email, Publishing Accounts. And you still didn’t have to spend anything except your time to get these. Not one red cent. Then get your two basic habits in: Write Daily, Read Daily.
3. Write what you love to read and people will pay you for. This takes some research, but again, you can do this for just the time it takes. Maybe a day or two, but then you’ll know.
4. Start dissecting those stories you read and the TV shows you watch. Study plotting and pick out a simple method you can follow that will make sense of the stories you read and watch. Then get the into the habit of dissecting everything, so you can get even more ideas to write and publish.
5. Start speaking your book if you can. This will double or quadruple your word production daily. You’ll have to work out a way to get transcripts. Sure, otherwise just type. But make sure you write daily, regardless.
6. Lay out your book’s four first steps before you even outline the plot: A sentence. A paragraph. A page. And the cover, an inspiration to keep you going. Only then do you take those parts and build a full outline of it and begin talking or typing your book out.
Those six steps above will get you going right now, today.
If you haven’t started already, then put this book down or pause the recording and do it now.
Congratulations! You’ve completed this course.