You can easily learn how to write professional full-length novels, nonfiction a course in miracles and e-books in a fraction of the usual time, without compromising on quality, quantity or your artistic integrity. In fact the words in your book will be exactly the same, whether you spend two weeks or two years writing them. Here are 12 reasons why you should learn the fastest ways to write good books. At the end of the article I’ll tell you how you can learn to do it.
1. You can fill a gap in the market as soon as you spot it, and beat your competitors into print
In a case like this, time really matters. The first book to reach the market is usually the one that dominates it, and if you can write your book in days or weeks while everyone else takes months, you’ll have the market to yourself for a very long time. Not only will yours be the only book available, it’ll have plenty of time to establish itself as the “industry standard”.
2. You can latch onto current trends before they go out of fashion
If you start writing about something that’s in fashion now but you take a year to finish it, by the time your book is ready the market will have moved on and you’ll have missed out. Once again, time really matters – you need to hit the market while it’s still growing or at its peak, not when it’s waning. You can also write books about forthcoming events and have them on sale in plenty of time.
3. You can make a lot of money in a short time
This is especially true of e-books. You can quickly write a ton of e-books and sell them via your website. Or make them available on ClickBank.com where thousands of people are looking for great products to sell on your behalf. And the great thing about e-books is they cost you nothing!
4. You can produce a lifetime’s work in a couple of years
The average writer takes an entire lifetime to write one shelf of books, and most don’t even manage that many. They soon come to realise that one lifetime just isn’t long enough to write all the books they have plans and ideas for. Frustrating isn’t it! But if you knew how to write books ten times faster, that wouldn’t be a problem. (You still won’t run out of ideas though!)
5. You can fit your writing around your busy lifestyle and reclaim your freedom
Many writers shut themselves away from their friends and family for months at a time and give up much of their social lives completely. (I’ve done it myself.) While everyone else is out enjoying themselves, the poor writer stays at home and slaves over a hot computer*. And they only write one book a year. By learning the fastest ways to write your book you won’t need to shut yourself away at all. You can reclaim your social life, rediscover your friends, and still write several books each year.
(*By the way your computer will run a lot cooler – and often less noisily – if you clear the dust from the air vents and fan once a year.)
6. Freedom from guilt
Are you missing out on quality time with your children or other members of your family? Did you miss your child’s first steps or first words because you’d shut yourself away to write? Do you feel guilty about not being able to spend as much time with them as you should? Do they ask you to read to them or help with their homework, but you’re too busy writing? If you knew a much faster way to write your books you could start putting things right before it’s too late.