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How to Write an Ebook in 30 Days Ultimate Step By Step Guide

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How to Write Your Ebook in 30 Days

This freebie is big!  And I mean really big!  There are so many amazing bloggers out there that I hope will take the time to write an ebook. This free download will help you get it done in a short amount of time and keep you focused.  Writing a blog takes drive, persistence and a little bit of risk.  We write and hope for the best that our readers will enjoy the post and more importantly share the post to reach new readers.  An ebook requires a more of your time so you want to plan it out correctly.

I have written hundreds of ebooks and printable packs over the past decade.  In general, I tend to follow the same format and have created some templates to help me streamline the process.  This, in turn, has allowed me to create ebooks in a shorter amount of time resulting in a larger profit margin (in fact currently I am on track to increase my sales by 60% this year).  That is not pocket change!

I created this FREE step by step guide to help walk you through each step when writing an ebook.  It is organized by each day to help keep you moving along.  Each section offers additional questions and statements to fill out to help you to quickly and succinctly write your ebook in just 30 days.

The Table of Contents includes:

DAY 1 – BRAINSTORM A TOPIC
DAY 2 – DOUBLE CHECK YOUR TOPIC
DAY 3 – DAY 4: OUTLINE YOUR EBOOK
DAY 5 – 20: WRITE YOUR BOOK
DAY 21 – 23: FORMAT AND ADD PICTURES, TABLES AND/OR CHARTS
DAY 24-25: EDIT THE BOOK
DAY 26: TITLE THE BOOK AND CREATE A COVER
DAY 27-29: ASK SOMEONE ELSE TO REVIEW YOUR EBOOK
DAY 30: MAKE FINAL CORRECTIONS AND CONVERT
CONGRATULATIONS!

The most important thing to remember is to not get overwhelmed.  Sometimes, I will come up with an idea for an ebook, start writing but get about halfway through the process and feel like bailing.  I may be sick of the topic or tired or revising the document.  Instead of forgetting about the title, I will set it aside for a few days.  I will focus on the blog or new research for my next topic.  After a few days, I return to the ebook I was working on usually with renewed interest and occasionally new ideas to add.  I make up for anytime I lost along the schedule by blocking my time.  I will make sure I sit down to work for a few solid hours to bang out more pages.  Once I get over the hump and can see what I accomplished it is usually downhill until the ebook is complete.

And of course, the thrill of finishing it makes me want to write the next one.  I spend some time marketing the new ebook and usually start work on the next one a few days later.  The sense of accomplishment I get from perusing the finished PDF is wonderful.  Now matter how many ebooks I have written, the first sale still gets me excited.

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