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Publisher's Summary

This book is for all kinds of potential authors who want to quickly write an outline for their book, so they can publish on Amazon!

What problems do potential authors encounter before they publish on Amazon?

Most potential authors wonder how to start writing amazing books, books that they have dream about and spent so much time thinking about writing.

You want your book to be number one, to stand out from the rest of the pack. You want to efficiently use the time that you have and consequently achieve maximum potential right away.

What do you need to have before you publish on Amazon?

You must have a book outline. The outline is one of the most important parts of publishing you own book. The most successful authors invest in learning about systems to getting their content published. Master the tools that you have for achieving and maintaining your success. Successful authors do not want to just publish on Amazon Kindle; they want to reap the benefits of their hard work.

This book will share with you the "secrets" that will make you a more successful author.

Why do you need this book?

Most self-help, how-to books on Amazon KDP are too technical and difficult to read. This turns off most authors, thinking that they need to know the arduous details before they learn the tricks of the trade. This is an excellent listen packed with the details you need in easy, understandable prose!

Learn the essential steps on how to write your outline in minutes!

You can now leap from possible losses and failures to instant success!

This book will show you:

1) What do you need before you start the book writing process
2) The five steps to writing your book outline
3) What's the best process for your book outline
4) Tips and tricks
5) Tools to get the job done fast
6) And much more

©2016 Patrick X. Gallagher (P)2016 Patrick X. Gallagher

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  • Andy
  • Fountain Valley, CA United States
  • 12-10-17

Divide and develop Chapters. Source of info.

The book talks about: Divide and develop Chapters. Source of info and how to organize info. There is a 2 minute summary at the end of the book..

I am a professional educator in the arts. and i love this book.

Great book for new writer like myself- brand new at writing.. Straightforward guidance to get you started. I feel that i can achieve about 80 % of my first book using the simple techniques and info.

Sometimes, I can;t hear the narrator well. Just a couple of words. Not sure if it;s my device or the recording.

I highly recommend this to people who are new to writing a book or experienced writers who need more concrete guidance to organize thoughts and create books more effectively.


I hope the author will write another short book on other things not covered here in similar style. Or detail more on the chapter and its sub-chapters.

Thanks for this book!

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Great for non fiction

Great info for non fiction books but not much info for fiction books. It gave me some ideas though

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  • 02-19-17

Quick and easy advice to get started fast

If you could sum up Write Your Book Outline in three words, what would they be?

Simple, do-able, fast

What did you like best about this story?

The book is a very quick listen (audio version), and it can really jump start someone looking for a way to get started fast with writing a book, particularly good even for someone who doesn't have significant in-depth knowledge about the topic for which they want to become known.

Which scene was your favorite?

I like the idea of using 3 x 5 cards to get yourself and your thoughts easily organized.

What did you learn from Write Your Book Outline that you would use in your daily life?

An easy system for doing just what the title says:"Write Your Book Outline: How to Create Your Book Outline in 30 Minutes"

Any additional comments?

I hope the author will consider creating additional resources and/or supplemental information, perhaps in a video format, since that could be particularly helpful for some elements of the process that lend themselves to a visual format. He is clearly very knowledgeable about writing books since he has written several successfully already.