Learn how to write fast and professionally, and make 1500 words per hour a breeze.
Do you struggle with the whole writing process? If you do, it's likely because you don't have a proper writing system in place. But not just any system. I'm talking about a system that not only allows you to write faster, but also produce higher quality work. Whether you are writing fiction or writing nonfiction, this system will help you write with ease.
You will produce 1500 words or more for every hour you spend writing.
But how is that achievable? The secret to achieving such impressive word counts is to separate your thinking time from your writing time. This audiobook will show you exactly how to do that so you are no longer stuck for words and start earning more money from your writing.
With the Speed Write system, the words just flow out effortlessly all the time.
As hard as that is to believe, it's true. I have proven it. So have many other successful writers who use a similar system. In this book, I lay out the complete Speed Write system and show you just how easy it can be to go from amateur writer who gets nothing done to professional writer who finishes a book every couple of months.
Inside this guide, you will learn:
1500 words. You can write that many in just a single hour. All you need is the right process to follow. The Speed Write system embodies that process.
©2014 N.P. Martin (P)2014 N.P. Martin
I am an avid listener. I listen between 75-100 hours per month on my iPhone: 60% fiction to 40% non-fiction.
This 54 minute listen is a high speed overview of a writing process. The process is solid if unremarkable. The best part is it makes a point that every writer needs a writing process. The book does not teach technique, rather it drives home the point that one has to have discipline and understand the steps in the creative process.
Martin's process is as good as as any and mainstream. You might adapt it for your purposes. Though I encourage you to read deeply. He provides references in the printed version to expand your understanding. I give it a thumbs up.
The title is an utter lie. It should be called "write an outline before your novel"...but without any practical advice, I've just told you everything the author had ot say on the subject.
an epic fantasy
Sure. The actor wasn't the problem, the author was
Cutting parts isn't the issue, the fact that he has nothing useful to say is.
This author's a jackass and I have no interest in supporting him. This book really felt like bait and switch.
Common sense vague advice for the most part. A couple of decent points. Was very generous in giving two stars for 'story.'
Production value is absolutely abysmal. Randomly repeats phrases--not intentionally to make a point--randomly like je didnt know how to use audio equipment. Would think that a < 1 hr audiobook could be listened to for editing, but that was apparently too much work. Makes no sense to me... Just laziness?
I guess its basically what youd expect from $2 audiobook.
“Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.”
I'd be more inclined to take this advice if the audio was easier to listen to. skips, repeats, etc are terrible.
The narrator consistently repeated sentences and skip words all together.
Since it's a pretty short listen, and I had no plan on how to actually complete any of my written projects; I forced myself to listen completely to this audiobook.
Despite the narrator's quirks, I was able to gather useful information from this audiobook, which was surprisingly very helpful.
If you can deal with a 'tweety bird' voice that sounds like it's stuck to a frozen pole, you too might also gain useful information from this audiobook.
"Promising in theory, difficult in practice"
No, I'd mention it, but wouldn't recommend or dismiss.
Non comes to mind, but, "Punctuation Guide," by Deaver Brown would come in useful after the fast writing
I have not
No, but I liked the plan and the shortness of it.
After one attempt at doing what he recommends, I found that, even with all the preparation. my writing was constantly being interrupted by new ideas. Perhaps I need practice to write without thinking, or maybe it only works with basic non fiction books. Still the preparation tips were useful and it wasn't expensive, so it was worth a try, though old habits are not as easy to overcome as listening to it tempts you to believe.
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