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Write In Steps: The Amazing Nonfiction Book Writing Formula

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27 Lessons (2h 41m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:56
    • 2. Create simple lists that make everything easier - 1

      6:00
    • 3. Create simple lists that make everything easier - 2

      6:17
    • 4. Create simple lists that make everything easier - 3

      5:05
    • 5. Create simple lists that make everything easier - 4

      8:28
    • 6. My top 'Conversation Method' - You always know what to say (A game changer)

      13:02
    • 7. The easy way to word it the way readers love

      5:06
    • 8. You must answer these questions and the most effective way to do it - Pt 1

      11:06
    • 9. You must answer these questions and the most effective way to do it - Pt 2

      5:15
    • 10. You must answer these questions and the most effective way to do it - Pt 3

      3:36
    • 11. You must answer these questions and the most effective way to do it - Pt 4

      2:27
    • 12. Two things you should do that make your book top quality

      5:55
    • 13. Add More Quality Content... With Little Writing (Secret of Professional Books)

      2:48
    • 14. You need to understand this first

      12:22
    • 15. Steps 1 and 2 - Save time and find every error and poor wording

      5:32
    • 16. Step 3 - This makes your words sound natural

      1:53
    • 17. What I always look for

      8:48
    • 18. How to finish the rest of your points

      1:34
    • 19. What is the purpose of your introduction and what to offer readers

      3:08
    • 20. The hook - You must have this first

      3:14
    • 21. I reveal the very powerful story of discovery

      4:13
    • 22. The powerful feature/benefit formula

      5:55
    • 23. The super easy conclusion - It's simplicity itself (Readers love it)

      3:21
    • 24. I walk you through all the simple steps

      8:51
    • 25. How to Write Your Entire Book in a Mindmap - 1

      7:45
    • 26. How to Write Your Entire Book in a Mindmap - 2

      6:36
    • 27. How to Write Your Entire Book in a Mindmap - 3

      8:33
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4 of 5 students recommend this class
This style of writing helped me immediately. I think it is easier to organize my thoughts and what I need to convey using his formula for laying out non-fiction. Many thanks, holly
Very good information.
• Rochelle •.

Never too late to enjoy your childhood!

This course does provide some useful suggestions for non-fiction writers – but for me, finding them was a bit like dumpster diving in hopes of finding a gem. I plowed through so many mumbles, rambles and tangents that I had to replay frequently to understand the content. Even the teacher lost his way in most of the sessions. This video is in need of serious editing. The presentation needs planning and practice. The visuals need to be something more than a single course outline sitting onscreen from start to finish – and those mad bouts of cursor-bouncing, up and down, up and down, up and down the text, do not qualify as visual interest. Please revamp this entire video. Cut out the annoying bits and leave only the useful information. This 2 hour, 41 minute video can easily play in a half hour or so. Then writers can realize the benefits without the pain.