Writing an E-Book in 3 Days: How to Do It

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Can a book be written in just three days?

According to the adage “everything is possible,” numerous authors have produced not just novels but also prize-winning works in under a week.

Dan Kennedy, a well-known businessman, once authored a book in three days.

Best-selling novelist Stuart Wilde wrote most of his works in approximately 2 or 3 days.

The best-selling book “Turbocharge Your Writing” by Dr. Joe Vitale was written in just one day.

In just three days, Sylvester Stallone completed the “Rocky” script.

Thus you can see that it’s not just feasible to write a book in just three days—if you’re very determined, you might even be able to finish it much faster.

And if your book sells well, the money you make from it can be incredible.

Dr. Joe Vitale sold 100 copies of his $29.95 e-book “Hypnotic Writing” one hour after its initial release. He had made an impressive $45,000 from just one book alone three months later.

David Garfinkel, a renowned copywriter, released an e-book titled “Killer Copy Techniques” that made $35,000 in just two months.

Therefore you can see that writing a book in 3 days is not only feasible but also has the potential to earn a lot of money.

Yet there is no real secret to producing a successful book except from the three blindingly apparent things:

Excellent Content, Inspiration, and Concentration

First and foremost, your book’s substance needs to be solid. This does not require you to produce a massive book. Nobody evaluates a book’s quality based on how many pages it has. They continually assess it based on its content.

Your book must provide the reader with some value, such as a solution to a dilemma. To feel as if they have benefited from reading your book, “How to Build a Boat,” they must fully comprehend how to build it by the time they have completed reading.

To swiftly write a book, you must also maintain a strong motivation. You’ll be writing a lot over the next several days, but if the reason isn’t there, you won’t finish it.

You also need to be laser-focused. Writing rapidly requires you to focus entirely on what you’re doing and not let any outside distractions.

And remember that you’re about to discover how to write a book quickly and easily, so try not to feel intimidated by the idea of taking on a project as enormous as a book.

How to Write a Novel Quickly

You must first realize that the book you create does not have to be enormous. “Turbocharge Your Writing” by Dr. Joe Vitale only has 22 pages. Most books are longer than this, but Joe’s book was popular and continued to sell for years because he is an excellent writer, and the information in it was exactly what his customers were looking for.

It’s now time for you to finish writing your book.

Ideas for Writing

When you plan to sell it on your website, the subject of your book must be precisely aligned with that of your website’s niche.

So, you probably have an excellent notion of the subject matter for your book. Yet once more, you must make the subject as focused as possible.

If your website is about Basset Hounds, for instance, then your book should focus on a single aspect of Basset Hounds. For example, a book on caring for a Basset Hound at home might discuss how their short legs and heavy bodies should prevent them from being taken on long walks, how difficult it is for them to climb stairs, how their ears often dangle in their food, and how they shouldn’t be forced to jump up like other dogs (I made all of that up, but I think it’s true).

But can you see how, even for someone like me who knows nothing about Basset Hounds, a topic as narrow as caring for one at home can elicit a wide range of ideas? Hence, having many ideas should not be an issue for you.

You must select 8 to 10 topics to write about after deciding on the subject of your eBook. Afterward, each concept can be turned into a chapter.

For instance, you may write a chapter about the entire history of how Basset Hounds came to have short legs and hefty bodies, why the dogs were bred that way, and what they were initially employed for (dogs are usually born in a certain way because it used to serve a purpose).

No matter what topic you choose for your book, keep it focused and develop 8–10 chapter ideas.

Write constantly.

Even though you might be writing your book in three days, remember that it must flow naturally and have a beginning, middle, and end. The easiest method to make anything you write graspable is

Say what you’re going to say, then say it, and then repeat what you just said.

This is true for anything you write, including emails, articles, reports, books, and reports. Also, it will give your intended message a start, middle, and finish.

Hence, at the start of your book, explain what it’s about and how the reader will gain from it.

After writing your book’s middle section, wrap everything up and explain what the reader just learned.

Make sure there is absolutely nothing around you before you begin writing that could divert your attention or make you put off writing.

Disregard the phone. Avoid responding to it while you are writing. Let them leave a message if it’s critical.
Don’t make edits as you write. It’s artistic suicide to edit as you write. Turn off your spell checker or monitor if you’re using a computer.

Despite everything, keep writing. Write when you get the chance.

Ignore it and keep writing if you’re making a mistake. Ye. commastmastmastmastmastmastmas, and.

Highlight the word for subsequent consideration if you believe you’ve misused it, and carry on.

Simply leave a gap and continue searching if you can’t think of the word you’re looking for.

Write clearly and. Avoid using big words, and DON’T make any corrections. Leave it if you believe you made a mistake. You’ll pick it up later if it’s wrong.

Simply keep writing. Don’t edit, as well. Don’t read what you’ve written again. Keep moving your hands.

If you get into trouble, leave yourself notes or gaps (if you forget a name or a date).

Having trouble spelling a word? Spell it wrong for now. Don’t worry; this is just a rough draft.
Never second-guess what you’re writing. You’ll be surprised at how much more efficiently your writing will flow.

Also, keep in mind that you CANNOT alter your work. You’re going to continue moving your hands and speaking.

It’s not necessary to do things correctly. All you have to do is write it down.

This article is an excerpt from Ruth Barringham’s free eBook, “How To Write A Novel in 6 Days,” available online.

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