Have you always been a terrible writer? Have you spent months or years trying to write a book, with continued failure?
Are you stuck in the vicious cycle of sucking at writing?
Or maybe you've been thinking of writing a book for quite some time now, and you just don't know how to get started. The whole process seems overwhelming.
This conversational and action-oriented audiobook is for people who want to write a book (or are thinking about it), but for their whole life, have never been good at writing.
There are tons of myths, misconceptions, and flat-out lies out there about how difficult it is to write your first book.
How to Not SUCK at Writing Your First Book busts those myths and challenges everything you've been told about writing.
This audiobook is filled with proven solutions, options, and problem-solving methods that every first-time author needs to know - no matter what writing challenges you face.
How to Not SUCK at Writing Your First Book gives you the foundation for your first book through:
Follow the advice given in this audiobook and by the end, after putting what I have to say into action, you will have easily written a high-quality book.
Best of all, the rest of your life doesn't have to be put on hold to do it either!
I have one last question for you:
What's stopping you from turning your daily conversations and knowledge into a high-quality book faster than you ever thought possible?
©2015 Chandler Bolt (P)2015 Self-Publishing School
They seem knowledgeable, so yes, i would be willing to try other books.
Its just another self/career help book.
The only reaction this book invoked was that of "I wasted my money."
I do not advise buying this book unless you are completely new to the idea of writing a book and your main focus is nonfiction. There is absolutely nothing in this book that you cant find by doing a basic google search on how to write a book. Nothing. There are several parts where the authors claim to have "come up with" an idea, yet I have seen the same ideas littered across the internet. If last night you decided you wanted to write a book, then buy How to Not Suck. If you are not entirely new to the process then skip it for a something like Bird By Bird, On Writing or simply do a series of google searches.
I did come away with maybe one thought, so I'll say the small amount I paid for it was OK.
"Done is better than perfect.", at least he practices what he preaches.
It was motivational and well-narrated.
Good emphasis on many items and clear narration makes this a great audiobook.
i picked it up on a whim looking for some motivation and tips this was much more than i expected. gave me the kick start i needed.
Speculative fiction is my genre. Narrative voice (the voice the author wrote the tale in) is very important to me. I love good dialogue.
It's to the point. The author doesn't waste time with filler. After a reasonable introduction, they get right to the meat and potatoes of the book.
The Scriptbully series.
Pretty much the whole system, hacked to my own personal needs and quirks of course.
This book offers great advice, but the audio quality jags on the ear. It sounds like they recorded it in a submarine at a low bit rate. I couldn't tolerate listing to it with my high quality noise-cancelling headphones, so I did it in my car during commutes to and from work. The less defined output of my car speakers (combined with road noise), made the listen a lot better. Worth the credit once I found a way I could tolerate the listen.
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