Write a Book in 2 Days and Get Published?
Yes, you can.
Here’s how I know. I met a wonderful woman last year as I was making the transition of ghostwriting to strictly writing my own stuff. When I have a deadline for a client, I can get sh** done! But, when it comes to my own material – I get caught up in every imperfection and doubt.
When I met Donna, she and I bonded on this very issue that many writers have. She then shared with me some really great content that just about any writer would go crazy for.
If you are like me, you need structure and you like to know when something is going to be completed so that you have the celebration to look forward to. And you might also be like me in that you need to be accountable and you feel guilty when you don’t get things done that are on your list. (I hate pushing things to the next day.) Ok, back to writing a book in a weekend.
When she told me about her “Write a Book in a Weekend 2.0” I was kind of blown away.
First of all, most people don’t think they could ever actually get published. They think about writing a book, but then that’s it. It rarely happens. So, my friend Donna, who works with tons of authors took on a challenge that seemed a lil bit crazy to me – cause a book in a weekend? What?!!! That’s crazy talk!
But, then I did my due diligence, even though she was highly recommended, and turns out there are like hundreds of people she’s helped get the writing done in a WEEKEND!
So, I wanted to share this with you. It’s her book, “Write a Book in a Weekend: 7 ‘Insider’ Strategies
Find the Time, Choose a Winning Topic & Get Your Book Done!”
And there’s no charge! A free download for you and I think you will really like it. You can download here:
I would also recommend going to Donna’s site to register for the book and other goodies, and when you download her ebook, you will see how you can get the book you’ve been talking about forever… finally done. It’s available for Kindle, Nook, iPad, and in PDF form so you can read it on any device you like!
Even though I am not consulting or ghostwriting books anymore, I get emails and questions all the time saying, “I have this idea for a book! What should I do?!” I’m actually super relieved to have a place to direct people to. If you’ve got a book inside you (everyone does btw), then Donna is the best person to get the genius out of you and out into the world. She’s got some other great tools (and I love) for you as well when you register here: