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

Kari Sayers, Mompreneur 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

27 of 30 students recommendSee All

Even as a fiction writer with quite a few works under her belt, I loved this class! It was so useful to see how a non-fiction book is structured and how you can write it in a way that makes sense.
thank you so much. this really helped me gain enough confidence.
This was a simple, achievable way to write short books and a great glimpse into how to organize thoughts to make the process a little less daunting. The teacher has a fun energy & if you speed the video up to 1.5x, it's still easy to understand & takes a little less time. :)





Kari Sayers

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Hey everyone! I'm Kari :) I'm a writer, online instructor, and most importantly a dream catcher.

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.


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