After you listen to this audiobook, writer’s block will be a thing of the past! Do you often find yourself struggling to write? This book will teach you the correct writing habits you need to sit down and write thousands of words at a time. The only difference between you and those massively successful authors are the writing habits and routines they have set for themselves. Three thousand words is a goal, not the limit.… Three thousand words per day is a realistic figure to aim for, however, if you’re a fast writer like myself, the sky is the limit. Some days I am able to write close to 10,000 words of high-quality content simply by following the strategies I lay out to you in this book.
Here’s a preview of what Limitless Writing: How to Master the Art of Writing and Write 3,000 Words per Day contains:
- Tools of the Trade - the essentials for high quality writing
- The big three traits of writers revealed
- Busting the myths of writing - exposing the lies you’ve been told
- The five key habits of a wordsmith revealed and explained
- Dealing with writer’s block, distractions, and rejection
- How to use outlines and writing increments to reach your 3,000 (or more!) words per day goal
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Limitless Writing: How to master the art of writing and write 3000 words per day is a good start for anybody wanting to dive in writing. However, the title is more promising than the contents of the book. I was expecting a lot more than just being told the obvious (have pens and paper).
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Kind of shallow
What disappointed you about Limitless Writing?
I feel like the content lacks fundament and it is way too basic for what the title promisses.
The book is nice for simple tips or really basic guidelines for very young people, but lacks any good methods. Maybe if you think of it as an introduction to a bigger book, a paid podcast, or something of sort you will not feel like it was a bad experience.
Would you ever listen to anything by Lance Devoir again?
I would give it another chance.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment for the lack of more meaningful content.
Any additional comments?
The author seems to have a lot of short lenght books for a low price. It might be only his way of writing or just a category that i'm not used to. Honestly, I didn't liked it. But i understand that might be targeted to an audience in wich i'm not included.