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Unread 5th Aug 2014, 08:36 PM   #1
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The title is "How To Write Non-Fiction Books in 14 Days or Less!!"

It's actually a mini course, and it contains:

  • The main book that outlines everything that you're going to do to create your book

  • a book that I wrote especifically for the course using the methods I outline in the course, so that the student can analyze the process and emulate the process

  • a set of 60 questions relating to who, why, what, where, when, and how that can be used to generate further content,

  • a unique html database of the best selling books on Amazon that can be used to look for niches

  • templates for the books.

You can view the sales page here which gives more details

Now if you're going to review this book, I am going to ask that you have
at least 100 posts and that you:

  • aspire to writing,
  • are a writer already, or
  • are in the writing trade in some way

Also, reviews have to be at least 2 paragraphs, not a one line from a cell phone. I am asking for turnaround time of 72 hours for the review.

Please PM me for review requests. Thanks for your interest.
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Your review page is not showing up. However, I would still like a little more information in this. I own Dodson Publishing, what are you paying reviewers?
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Hey Jeff.

Yes, the sales page is not up. But in your brief description here, this sounds like a very useful product for those of us who want to scale up our publishing income. I have written several paperbacks, and it is a lot of work. I would love to take a look at this and give you an honest review. You can check out my other reviews n Warrior Forum and you will see that I give reviews that are WAY more than 2 paragraphs!

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The link to the sales page has been repaired. Thank you for pointing it out.
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Jeff was nice enough to supply me with a review copy of his product.

In his product, "Learn to Write a Non-Fiction Book in 14 Days or Less", Jeff dives right in and talks about the advantages of creating your own information product. From there he moves into the very important topic of selecting the right niche. Jeff explains the reasons for the importance of selecting the right niche as it can mean the success or failure of your book publishing project.

Typically when I see a product about how to write a book in a relatively short period of time I am bit skeptical. The reason for this is simple. These types of books typically make claims of being able to do something without actually describing how to do it. In "Learn to Write a Non-Fiction Book in 14 Days or Less" Jeff outlines the process of creating your book in great detail.

What impressed me most was the easy-to-follow, step-by-step process that Jeff takes you through. The process takes you from selecting the right niche all the way through formatting your book to create your final product. Jeff not only explains the process but shows you a great detail how he used this book writing process to create a book on a topic he knew absolutely nothing about. You get to see in great detail exactly how to go from an idea about a book to an actual finished book.

If you have never written a book before or have written a book and are looking to streamline your current writing process you will find "Learn to Write a Non-Fiction Book in 14 Days or Less" extremely useful.

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Disclaimer: I was sent a review copy; however, this didn't sway my opinion.

When I first saw How To Write Non-Fiction Books in 14 Days or Less!!, it piqued my interest. I’ve read many books in reference to writing that fell through with their promises. This one doesn’t. Jeff has written a comprehensive course with instructions for those who write, would like to write or learn how to write better and faster.

The book starts with the explanation of why having your own information product is crucial for making a passive income and how this method keeps you safe from Google slap-downs. It goes into choosing the right niche and provides resources to help you conjure up good ideas. If that doesn’t help you, Jeff also provides a list of niches and markets for you to investigate.

Researching is the next item that is addressed; it’s done in a unique way to help you start writing your book, before you even know that you’re writing your book. It’s sounds nutty, but that’s the best way that I can describe it. To me, this is the core of the course. Not only does Jeff provide you with such detail information concerning research, he actually shows you the way he researched a subject he knew nothing about and wrote a complete book on the unknown subject.

In fact, he was so dedicated to this project; he actually went through the process of creating items for the subject he didn’t know anything about so he could write the WSO from experience, accuracy and authenticity. I was impressed, how many marketers would do this? You’re also given loads of information on different sources for researching your niche.

You’re given templates to make it easy to flesh out your book. The way Jeff has it arranged, it seems as though he’s your personal tutor. You follow what he’s doing with your own niche. I was so inspired by his method that I selected a niche and copied what he was doing. I now have a three-fourth completed manuscript. And this was done with my ultra busy schedule…

Next, you’re shown how to design and format your book with Microsoft Word or Open Office. He takes you step by step. He does the same with helping you convert your book to PDF and provide basic tips for properly formatting and uploading your eBook to Kindle so it’s displayed without looking weird.

You’ll also get ready-made templates for Open Office and Microsoft Word. 60 questions dealing with the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How is provided, to help you produce engaging material. He also include 4 Kindle database review files, these are charts that give examples on how to increase your chances of writing about subjects people are interested in. You don’t want to waste your time writing a book people don’t find inviting.

This technique could be used for more than eBooks; you could write articles, opt-in reports, web content, even school essays or anything that needs researching. It’ll definitely help you to increase the quality of your written output.

Overall, you can tell Jeff put a lot of forethought, energy, and work into this WSO. It’s elaborate, but not overwhelming. His system is broken up into part; this way you can accomplish your goal bit by bit. I also like his summarizations at the end of each chapter. He makes sure you understand what he’s trying to convey before you move ahead to the next chapter. When you purchase this product you’ll get more than your money’s worth towards a solid system for writing.
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I was given a copy of Jeff Gilbert's “How To Write Non-Fiction Books in 14 Days or Less ” program to review and was greatly impressed with how in-depth this program is. There is no stone left unturned when it comes to the details that are given as to how to write a non-fiction book.


One of the things that stood out to me about this program is that it lets you know what you can learn from the good reviews of books you go through during your research, but this program also teaches you how to learn from the negative reviews of your research material in order to avoid making the same mistakes with your non-fiction book. This program even has some links to completely free programs to help you do your keyword research for your topic.


Another thing I love about the main PDF is that it has a complete walk-thru of how to format your book in both MS Word, and Open Office, plus the main PDF shows you how to format it for Kindle and as a stand alone PDF. One of the gems within the PDF conversion section is that it mentions a way to track if and when your PDF is shared on the internet. That is a great way to keep an eye on piracy of your work, but if you are giving your electronic book away this would also be a simple and easy way to know if what you have written is popular or not.


Because of the level of detail in this program, I would strongly suggest that anyone who gets this program to skim through the main PDF first. That will give you an overview of the whole program and will help you to focus on the information that you don't know or are not all that familiar with when you go back and truly read through the main PDF. Also, the bonus material was excellent, however it will help you greatly to read the documents in the folders that tell you the best ways to use / interpret the information given in the bonus section of this product.


A highly impressive product that gives you your money's worth and more!

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Disclaimer: I was sent a review copy, this is my review.

This product claims to teach you how to write a book (physical or digital) within 14 days on a subject you presently know nothing about.

This isnt the first or only product that claims to teach this but it is the best one I have ever read. This isnt just some quickly put together large font double line spacing 8 page theory crap, this is a 144 page manual that actually does what it claims.

The product teaches you how to create a blueprint or outline of a book and then build upon it to create your finished book. Each step is explained in detail with images, examples and reasoning behind each step.

You will learn how to select a niche then once you have chosen a niche you are then going to research the subject you intend to write about. This is where you will start to build the framework of your book and also found out what to include and write about to ensure your book is going to be of value to readers. You are guided through each step in the research and writing process thoroughly without any unsubstantiated theory but with tried and tested methods that the author himself is actually using.

Now one of the bonuses to this product is the ebook the author wrote using the exact methods taught, throughout the course this bonus ebook is used to illustrate the method being shown, this has the benefit of you actually seeing how to utilise the information you gain into creating your book, again showing that you are not being taught theory but an actuall working method.

You are also shown how use Microsoft Word and Open Office Write to format your book along with templates for both programs as well as how to create a PDF version and Kindle format.

So along with the main course there are some useful bonuses.There is the ebook written using the method taught that is presented chapter by chapter. Each chapter is shown as first the bare bones framework, then the fleshed out chapter, then the actual formated chapter with images. This way you get to see how each chapter is built and is a real help in learning how to use this method to create a book.

The bonus on the 6 w's help you think about the sort of questions you should be asking / answering if you get stuck for ideas or need to add more detail to your book.

You are also given blank templates to use as you create your book. There is also a listing of a massive amount of Kindle books that you can use to help in your research.

Now this method of creating a book is not new as its how its done really but the way it is presented in an in depth manner with examples, explanations and demonstrated with the creation of a book along the way makes this the best I have ever read. If you read this from start to finish and do what it says chapter by chapter then you will be able to write a book on a subject you know nothing about, yet you will know something about the subject as during your research you do gain knowledge on the subject.

So can it be done in 14 days? Yes, easily, and if you decided that you are going to devote full time 8 hours a day to it then I am sure you will be able to do it in at least half that time.

If you are looking for a way to make some money online by writing a book, short report or even a series of articles then you should buy this course, log out of the forum and start making money. By this time next year you could have at least 26 books published.

I would like to end my review with a quote from the book which I feel is 100% true:
'When you finish studying this course, the only thing that will be preventing you from writing a book is you'

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