This isn't about grammar or syntax, it's a wakeup call for anyone who wants to write a book.
You can attend all the writing conferences you want, but the simple truth is that you can't grow as a writer without actually getting words on a page. This manual is the accumulation of 10 years drafting novels, novellas, short stories, and screenplays, distilled into a short, inspirational guide that should be next to every typewriter.
It started off as a response to a Quora post: "How do you write a novel?"
Most aspiring-authors never get a shot at the big publishing contract, because they don't finish the first draft. Fear, distractions, whatever. I'll show you how to finish your draft in weeks, not years.
I have no superpowers, and yet I regularly spit out 6,000 to 10,000 words when I'm drafting a book. This audiobook will show you how you can, too. It's filled with all the coaching you need to get fired up enough to complete your next creative project fast, whether that's writing a novel, a song, or any other artistic endeavor. The ideas apply to anything artistic, even starting a business.
By the way. I wrote the first draft of this book in one day.