From getting ideas, through development, writing, and finished draft to publication and promotion.
This is the definitive book about writing a Kindle book that sells, by a published author who has written many such books - as well as being published by major US and British publishers. Packed with useful information and illustrative examples - mostly drawn from successful books by famous authors - this book covers everything from:
This is no lightweight, quick-fix, paint-by-the-numbers "how to" guide. This is a full-length, detailed book that will really set your creative juices flowing and give you the techniques to develop your raw ideas into a finished, saleable book. Armed with the knowledge in this book, you will be able to write a novel that flows like a river and connects like a quick-fisted prizefighter.
And remember: Connecting with the listener is what it is all about.
This book uses real-world examples - drawn from best-selling books by some of the world's most successful authors - to show you how to write a book that holds your listeners' interest from the opening line to the closing sentence. You will learn how to develop your story, to set about telling it, the do's and don'ts of publishing it, and how to sell the finished item once you have launched it into the market - including some things that might be worth doing before that!
What disappointed you about How to Write an Amazon Fiction Book That SELLS?
It reads like a high school book report on how to write a book. It's very dry with almost no real insight. I don't doubt that the author has writing experience, but there is not much here that is helpful.
What didn’t you like about C.J. McAllister’s performance?
I had to listen very carefully at times to discern whether the narration was read by a person or by a computer generated voice. Very clear for sure, but dull and lifeless.
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Narrators low toned voice becomes grating. No emotive inflection. It might as well have been read by a computer. So I was completely distracted from the content.