I’ve been asked several times: "How do you manage to write as many articles as I write for my sites and newsletters?"
As you may or may not know, I write two newsletters and also blog entries for a number of different blogs. Most are computer-related in some way.
I stumbled across something incredible recently. On one of the mailing lists I receive, there was an article about Steve Manning’s free email course and his book that teach you how to write a book, quickly, easily and creatively.
Just about everyone wants to, or dreams of, writing a book. But they just don’t have the time, or the skill or the direction that will make it possible for them.
Whether they want to do write it for profit, or as an outlet for their creativity, or to share information with others, or to entertain others, or just to see if they can do it (they can!), most people have a deep-seated desire to write.
I checked out Steve’s site and was very impressed. Unlike the glitzy sites that offer fluff and no content, Steve offered a free email course. He also had a bunch of articles, too, that helped me focus on writing.
Of course, he’s also got a book, video and coaching for sale, which is the goal of his site.
The most amazing thing was that I found, in Steve’s guides, was not a new concept of writing, but was a method of writing discipline similar to that which I have developed for writing my newsletters and web site articles. But, Steve’s course is presented in a progression of logical steps and topics…
While I view my writing style as short, intense bursts of writing, Steve guides his readers — and prods his readers — to write by issuing challenges that we really want to complete. By exercising our writing skills, we develop our writing skills…
If you want to write a book, write a novel, write a short story, write an article, write a newsletter — if you want to write anything — I urge you to sign up for Steve Manning’s free email course “How YOU can Write Your Book On Anything in 14 Days or Less… Guaranteed! –An Expert’s Step-by-Step Guide”