The 90 Minute Book Outline: How to Outline Your Nonfiction Book in One Seating... And Cut Your Writing Time in Half

The 90 Minute Book Outline: How to Outline Your Nonfiction Book in One Seating... And Cut Your Writing Time in Half

R. T. Tolentino

Language: English

Pages: 62

ISBN: 2:00327871

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


If you ever dream of finishing a book faster than you can ever imagine... Then this is the most important letter you'll ever read.

Here's why, I created a simple STEP BY STEP outlining process that will help you finish your book and cut your writing time in half.

That means...
- NO MORE STARING ON THE BLANK SPACE FOR HOURS
- NO MORE THINKING OF WHAT YOU SHOULD WRITE NEXT
- FINISHED YOUR BOOK AS FAST AS HUMANLY POSSIBLE
- NO MORE WASTED "WRITING TIME"

All of these will be eliminated by following the simple outlining process that you'll learn inside the book.

BIG CLAIM, I know. And I understand if you're skeptical.

But suspend your disbelief for a minute... Because inside this book, I'm going to show you -

- The 5 step process to go from "clueless" to a finished outline

- How to outline your book in one sitting...

- Why book research will determine everything about your book... from number of words to what you should put inside the book

- The 7 Step Method and how this will make you an expert on your topic in just a few weeks...or days!

- The exact book templates to use to guide you in writing your book

- 5 creative ways to outline your book

- You'll also get the exact outline for this book

- And many more!

As one of the most overused cliche of all time says...

The definition of insanity is trying the same thing over and over and expecting a different result

If what you're doing right now doesn't work... then STOP doing it!

Use my method and see the results for yourself.

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personal stories? Is it the Kindle ebooks where you discuss mostly actionable content – with less personal stories as supporting details. Or is it the storyteller type of book? Whatever you chose, make sure it matches what the readers are already buying. 4 – Creating the Beats 1 – Gather all of your research 2 – Think of a book title (doesn’t have to be the final title) 3 – Write the goal of your book 4 – Seat down and start reverse engineering the goal of your book 5 – Add your

section most related to your topic. Skim some books that you find interesting and take note of the ideas that comes up over and over again in different books. D - Bring your smart phone and take a picture of all the table of contents in those books. E – Follow step # 2 (writing your stories) even if you didn’t think your experience and stories aren’t related to your topic. Once you’ve done your brain dump, it’s time for the book research. And I’m talking about a different kind of research.

makes sense because once you know what you’re going to talk about, you get to spend less time thinking and more time writing. 2 – Minimize Unnecessary Research Most authors do research first before they start outlining their books. This makes sense only if you are writing about a topic where you’re not an expert in. But if you already know your topic by heart, then most of the research is already done inside your head. Outlining your book minimizes unnecessary research because you don’t have

of two example/story every chapter. My best advice is make it as detailed as you can. If you only follow one advice from this book and your goal is to write faster and better – then this must be it. Examples/Supporting Stories Introduction Tell them what they will learn, what they can expect and introduce yourself. You could also tell your story and relate it to the reader’s goals. Everything from Chapter 1 to the last chapter is pretty much a step by step solution to the reader’s

of two example/story every chapter. My best advice is make it as detailed as you can. If you only follow one advice from this book and your goal is to write faster and better – then this must be it. Examples/Supporting Stories Introduction Tell them what they will learn, what they can expect and introduce yourself. You could also tell your story and relate it to the reader’s goals. Everything from Chapter 1 to the last chapter is pretty much a step by step solution to the reader’s

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