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How to Write a Book

An 11-Step Process to Build Habits, Stop Procrastinating, Fuel Self-Motivation, Quiet Your Inner Critic, Bust Through Writer's Block & Let Your Creative Juices Flow
Narrated by: David Kadavy
Length: 53 mins
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Summary

Have you thought about writing a book? Do you just not know where to begin? Do you get writer's block just thinking about writing a book?

Best-selling nonfiction author David Kadavy shares his simple process for writing a book. Build confidence, ditch your inner critic, and finally write your book with simple habits you can start today.

You can listen to this short read in under an hour, so it won't get in the way of the one thing standing between you and your book: action!

Download today and make the book you've dreamed of a reality.

Comes with a free sample chapter of David Kadavy's latest audiobook, The Heart to Start.

©2018 Kadavy, Inc. (P)2018 Kadavy, Inc.

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I want to start writing my next book now!

After listening to the audio version of the book, a new idea came to me for my next book and I have an urge to start writing it. The steps David Kadavy lays out in this book are so simple. If you know how to read, you'll be able to finish your first book in a month! Highly recommended!

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Not bad

Has some useful tips for practical writing habits. Worth a read although some parts might not be relevant, depending on what you are focusing on.