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The no-nonsense, no-BS guide to becoming a prolific author!

Do you want to write a lot of novels, but can't improve your writing speed?

Writing fast is the most important skill you can develop as a writer. While it seems hard to hit high word counts, the secrets are easier than you think.

In this writer's guide, prolific author M. L. Ronn pulls back the curtain on the process that he uses to write six to eight novels a year. He has kept this pace while juggling responsibilities as a husband, father, manager at a Fortune 100 company, and a law school student. The result is a catalog of over 40 books and counting.

  • Create a writing habit that suits your lifestyle
  • Use writing apps on your phone to double your word count
  • Learn strategies to beat writer's block forever
  • Discover how to write smarter by using unorthodox strategies used by the masters

This audiobook is the only thing standing between you and your writing dreams. Write faster, write smarter, beat writer's block, and be the prolific author you've always wanted to be!

©2018 M.L. Ronn (P)2018 M.L. Ronn

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if you are a pantser this book is for you!

I picked this book up on a whim, along with the audio portion of it.

This is a book about how to write faster, and in this one he advocates not having an outline. this is fine, because everyone is different. I personally think that as a writer you need to find your own way, writing with an outline or without.

The author has some useful tips for addressing certain things when you hit problems with writing. I think the favorite one that I found was having scrivener for iOS. I do not have a phone that would support that right now. But if you do I think you should try it.

I'm not a fan of some other techniques - he's very much about "the universe" and such - but that's his walk.

I think everyone can find something interesting.

for example - he talked about fear and some of the of the ones he faces (like rejection - I can relate) and how to cope. The best thing he says, you can't defeat fear, just cope with it (paraphrasing).

The narrator was friendly and had a great cadence. So I hope this author uses him again.

I do recommend this book.

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Definitely inspiring,

I have to think the author for inspiring me for the last couple of hours. I’m in the midst of my second book and sometimes just hearing that it can’t be done and obviously in a prolific way so thank you for that.

Stephen King says sometimes writing is like pulling a string out of the cupboard and pulling at it and pulling at it until the story unravels in front of you

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An immensely helpful book!

If you've ever awakened with the intention to write but had your head hit the pillow later that night with zero words written, this book is for you. Unlike many other books, this one doesn't insist you need to write 10k words per day to be prolific.

The author tackles writer's block and fear, and gives truly useful ways to counteract them.

In this book you'll find questions few other craft writers address—including a thoughtful critique of outlines and multiple drafts.

If you're not writing or not writing as much as you'd like, it's very likely this book will help you locate the reason and solve the problem.