Creative Non-Fiction: How to Outline and Write A Book In 7 Days

Kari Sayers, Business Owner at

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8 Videos (49m)
    • Introduction

    • Pre-Work

    • Ideal Reader Questions

    • Days 1-2

    • Days 3-7

    • Introduction to Easy Writing Tool

    • Understanding the Writing Tool Backend

    • Example Topic and Sub-Topics


About This Class

In this class you will learn how to outline and write a book in 7 days.

How It Works:

Your goal is to write your first 5,000-10,000 word book in 7 days. I will share with you the exact outlining and writing process I have used over and over again when writing my short non-fiction books. It's this very process that took me from having 1 book published in late 2014 to over 20 books published in the first few months of 2015.

Next Steps:

Once you've outlined and written your story, you can learn more about the self-publishing process on

32 of 36 students recommendSee All

The class is very informative. I feel I was given good guidance. I'm in the process of writing a non fic book and she's made it seem as something I can accomplish. She explains it well and while the format offered is simple, it can be expanded on easily. My only objection is that the bonus videos felt like sales pitch for the services she uses. I would have preferred an overview of all the services used instead. But that's me :) You cant please everybody...
I am just starting my first writing project - a non fiction self help book that I plan to self publish on Amazon. The ideal reader questions helped me realize I know exactly who my avatar is and the instructor was easy to listen to and follow. Recommend.
Diann Wingert


I loved Videos 1-7. They provided a great introduction into eBook nonfiction writing and how to write a small book quickly. I think I will find this very useful. However the next videos talked about the teacher's use of a program called NOV'LR. The program is 10 dollars a month or $100 a year. You can get a free trial for 2 weeks. I zoned out at that point. I just get very annoyed at subscription based software. I want to buy it once and have it from now on. It feels like a rip off to me. If you aren't an old crank like me, you might find it useful, especially if you plan to do a lot of ebook writing. Although even the other popular program, Scrivenor, can be bought for a one-time payment of $45. I would rather use Word and One Note which are free if you have a email account, which I do, and I can access these from all my internet devices so I can work on my stuff virtually anywhere. Anyway, if you are interested in eBook writing at all, I think this class will help you get a clear picture of a useful structure to write and complete a book.





Kari Sayers

Business Owner at

Hey there! I'm Kari :) I'm a mom, a wife, a writer, an online instructor, and a few other titles depending on the day of the week :)

I've been working full-time from home as a "Mompreneur" since 2015. Before that, I worked in sales and marketing for a group of radio stations and in communications for two different colleges.

Quitting my day job to write books and teach online was one of the BEST DECISIONS I've ever made. Now I get to spend extra time with my hubby and kiddos, whi...

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