Attention all nonfiction writers...
"Have You Ever Sat Down to Write, Only to Stare Out the Window, Wishing You Had an Idea about What You Could Write About?"
Has it ever bothered you that everybody else seem to have an everlasting stream of ideas, while you can't think of one? One that you're confidence writing about.
You know you could make a steady income by writing non-fiction books—you've seen other people do it. But how did they figure out which topics would make money? How did they know where to start?
While they’re making money, you’re losing out.
You're no expert, so you feel that there's really nothing you can do about it.
You know what's most likely causing you that lack of ideas?
Lack of self-confidence.
Now, I won't go pseudo psychological on you here, because lack of self-confidence can derive from a number of things.
One thing I know, though, is that our inner editor isn't making our job easy. He destroys what's left of confidence in our ability to write.
And we all have that pesky inner editor, don't we?
The guy he keeps yapping about how useless our ideas are. How horrible writers we are. And how nobody EVER is going to read our books.
That inner editor makes it close to impossible to come up with valid ideas.
I've found an effective way to get rid of that inner editor (until I need ham back, AFTER the first draft), and I'll tell you how to do in a moment..
Hi, Britt Malka here, and I'm a full-time writer and have been since I quit my day job in 1995.
I'm here to ask you questions that will help you, and to bring you good news!
I frequently get emails from my customers, and this is what one of them wrote to me:
"In fact, I really
It made me both sad and angry.
Sad, because it's such a pity to deal with a limiting belief. Think of all the joy he's missing out of, like:
- The satisfaction of finishing a book.
- The immense pleasure of seeing sales come in. Not because of the money (although that's nice, too), but for the feeling of "somebody wants MY books".
- The chest-bursting experience of reading the reviews from happy readers.
By believing that he cannot write, he's missing all that.
And that made me angry, because had somebody told him he couldn't write? I've heard so many sad stories of loved ones who ridiculed the writer, laughed at their wish to write. Or school teachers letting students know that they will never be able to write.
My customer told me, "I may have 'writers block'".
No wonder. Wouldn't anyone, if they believed that they couldn't write?
And that pesky inner critic will tell you again and again that you cannot write. So what should we do about him?
Get Rid of Your Inner Critic...
There's a time to write, and there's a time to edit and be critical.
First we write.
Then we edit.
While we're writing, we DO NOT want our inner editor to be present.
We need to put him to sleep, hibernate, stay away.
I know an effective way to make him fall asleep faster than you can say "count sheep". And I tell you how to do it right here and now.
Use writing sprints.
Write, don't think.
"Oh, Wait... What Should I Write? I Still Have No Ideas"
You must get rid of your inner editor by writing fast. But you cannot write if you don't have any ideas.
That's a vicious circle!
You have to get out of that spiral... and to do that, you need to get ideas.
How would you like having an endless stream of ideas for a specific kind of nonfiction Kindle books?
What if I told you that these kinds of books can be very short - between 5,000 and 10,000 words long - AND that they sell well?
While surfing around on Amazon one day, using one of my tools to find profitable categories, I stumbled upon this one and went, "oh wow!".
Several related categories, all with a few things in common:
And I'm Going to Help You Write Them, Too
Most surprisingly, even though these books were short, they sold for prices from $2.99 and up!
One 120 page books sold for $12.99!
These books are fast to write with a powerful financial potential, which means you'll spend less time making more money.
And that gives you more time to do other things - like writing more books.
I immediately began writing, and I put all my experience from creating 25+ best-sellers in those categories into the ebook I'm offering you today.
What You'll Get
Grab It Now and Start Writing Today
You'll get all of the above and much more for a low price.
Can This Work for You?
We all know examples of how other people had success. But that's what they are. "Other people".
You're probably wondering right now: Will this work for me?
Since you're sitting here, reading this, yes, it can work for you. I don't see why not.
All the guidelines you have to follow for a good result are inside this book. If you can follow clear step-by-step guides, you can do this.
Don't Allow Doubt to Keep You from Succeeding
Thinking, "Nah, why should it work for me?" will just limit you and hold you back.
That will make your inner critic happy. He'll go jumping around, dancing and shouting, "See what I said? Hah, you're worthless. You'll never make it as a writer."
Don't let that guy win. Allow yourself to become a winner.
Press the button below, and you can start today.
PS I spent 7 years writing in these categories, learning the trick of the trade from traditional publishing houses.
In this ebook I share everything I learned while writing those 25+ books, and every single one of them ended on the best-sellers list. You'll learn exactly how I did inside "Step-by-Step Books", so grab your chance today.
I wish I'd had this report when I started writing nonfiction. Even now, decades later, Britt explained things that hadn't been clear to me. They're a big reason I haven't been writing books as quickly as I'd like.
I was getting in my own way. My ideas were great, but I made the writing process too complicated. Of course, I knew that, but I didn't know how to fix it until I read Britt's advice.
For new and aspiring writers, this entire report is vital and well-written. Britt explains everything you really need to know, and points to valuable extras (often free) that can streamline the writing & publishing process.
For those of us who've been publishing for years, Britt shares a nonfiction niche that astonished me. And then she explains an angle that makes it even more juicy. (Though I'm not likely to write in that niche, the angle she suggested gave me an entirely fresh way to look at what I'm writing. It also clarified ways I can speed up my writing.)
Though half the report is better suited to new author-publishers, the other half is well worth the price if -- like me -- you have several stalled, nonfiction book projects. Britt's advice showed me how I can publish at least one new book per week, and make it a genuinely good and useful book for my readers. I just needed a fresh way to look at my outlining and writing process.
I've bought several reports that offered similar advice. None delivered the message as clearly as Britt does. And, absolutely no one else has revealed a hungry niche like this, and the best ways to write for it.
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