How To Write A Book In Two Weeks: (Or Less)

Do you have a burning desire to write a book, but don’t know how? Have you been thinking about writing a book for a while, but have just never ‘gotten round to it?’ Would you like to get your book completed quickly? In this third edition, serial entrepreneur & author Lisa Newton explains how to write a book in two weeks (or less). Newton wrote ‘Cosmic Ordering With Vision Boards’ in two weeks, and following constant questions about ‘how did you do it?’ she explains the process in this book which works particularly well for writing non-fiction books, business books and self-help books. Newton believes “You can write your book in two weeks if you want to badly enough”- Get a free Book Schedule Planner from the site: www.HowToWriteABookInTwoWeeks.com Read more about the author at: www.LisaNewton.co.uk Watch the webinar here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yxq_xoS9OAM And if you wish to take the course ‘How to write a book in two weeks’, click here: https://www.udemy.com/writeabook and get 10% off using the code: AMZN10

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  1. A helpful, quick read “How To Write A Book In Two Weeks” is a neat little book about moving from idea to finished book within two weeks. One of the things I liked about the book is that the author, Lisa Newton, really has an encouraging, comforting tone throughout the text. This goes a long way when you’re working on something as daunting as writing a book. Another thing I like about the book is that Newton uses concrete examples of her own writing experience throughout the book. She covers everything from…

  2. I’ve got to give it a go! Writing a book has been something I’ve wanted to do for ages to the point where I’ve listed it as a 2015 goal. After reading this, I’ve a much better idea of how to collect and organise my thoughts and the tips on how to get started with the publishing which was helpful.The author of this book has nicely written and structured perfectly which makes this book more understandable and helpful and encouraged me on writing. Helpful.

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