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Five Keys to Successful Nonfiction Writing

How I Write One Book per Month
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Summary

You have decided you want to be a writer. But where do you go from here? What should you do next? 

In Five Keys to Successful Nonfiction Writing, Matthew shares how he produces a quality book every month. He will answer the following questions for you: 

  • Who are the best people to use to publish your book? 
  • How do you turn your manuscript into a professional book? 
  • What process does a full-time writer use? 
  • How can I quickly write and publish books if I am time poor? 

Matthew Robert Payne often produces books that become the number-one seller in their category on Amazon. Take a behind-the-scenes look at his writing process. Not only does he describe how he produces his books so quickly, but as a bonus, he gives you the contact information of the publishing experts he uses, including his publisher, editor, cover designer, and proofreader. Dive in and learn more today.

©2018 Matthew Robert Payne (P)2018 Matthew Robert Payne

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Contains some sound advice

This book is written by a Christian author. I'm not a Christian myself so I was surprised by the regular references to religion in the book. It didn't detract particularly, I just wasn't expecting it. In places the book was repetitive, for example in the repeated mentions of the author's own editor, cover designer etc.

That being said, the book contained plenty of useful advice and tips to people wanting to write more non-fiction books.

The narration was a little slow for me but I solved that by speeding up the narration on my iPhone.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Josh Hatfield
  • 20-02-19

I, don't think this is very helpful

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. This but didn't really offer any helpful tips on how to actually write a book it's more about publishing and even then it's pretty much just him trying to get you to use his friends. also he does provide a helpful PayPal link so you can send him money. I apologize if this book is satire and I don't understand it.

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  • eris
  • 19-03-19

A look behind the curtain of the author

This isn't exactly what I thought it was going to be when I initially wanted to check it out, but it was an interesting look at behind the scenes work Mr. Payne goes through while publishing a book. It has some general tips, but I would say the reason to read this would be to see the process gone through by this author to publish his content. It isn't going to help you necessarily get out there and write the next great book, but it does break down some of the inner goings-on of a full-time writer of nonfiction and gives you some of the resources he uses to publish said books. The narration is solid throughout and conveys all the information efficiently and clearly. I wouldn't go to this book to learn how to write a book, but as more of a source of information on some things you should definitely consider looking into.


I received a free copy of this book from the author/publisher/narrator with a request for an honest review.

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  • Shannon G
  • 14-03-19

For Those Thinking About Writing

This book is an excellent guide for those who are considering or just beginning a writing career. Mr. Payne goes through the process in detail of how he writes a book a month. He also gives great tips to help this goal get accomplished. This is not to say you have to do every single thing he does but it will give you an idea of how you could go about it. Yes, he does give plugs to those who help him through this process, why not? Contact information is sometimes given so why not see what they have to offer if this is your route. There is plenty of helpful information in this book. If you are considering writing or have just started but want to improve your time management then you should check out this book. The narration is done well. Harry Roger Williams III has a nice and clear voice and he reads at a nice pace.

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Ashley Hedden
  • 06-03-19

Great Read

Five Keys to Successful Nonfiction Writing: How I Write One Book per Month was a good quick read by Matthew Robert Payne. The author shares how he produces a quality book every month. He also talks about the people that he uses to publish his book. I thought this was a good read with publishing tips.

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  • Adam
  • 04-03-19

Writing tips from the author of Michael Jackson Speaks From Heaven

This was an interesting, encouraging and helpful audiobook on writing nonfiction books FAST! Super informative and actionable. You can do it! Maybe not one every month, but if you follow his program, I see no reason why you shouldn’t be able to get a book published in three months easily.

Take the plunge! If you are reading reviews for this book, this was written for you and can help you achieve your goal! Narration was good too.

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  • OpenTheBooks&Listen
  • 13-02-19

An interesting overview of the process of writing

If you like to write or think you might like to write, and you approach life from a Christian perspective, this is the introduction book for you. It is a well organized and thoughtful overview of the process from beginning to end.

The narrator is smooth, calm and clear. His read is so easy to listen to. Every bit of the book is very well explained and easy to digest. Williams does a terrific job.

(I received a free copy of this book from the author/publisher/narrator with a request for an honest review.)