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Who else wants their dream book written today? If you can speak out loud, then YOU have what it takes to become a lightning-fast, bestselling author. Most people dream of writing a book, but those manuscripts end up shoved away in dusty drawers, half-finished and abandoned to be eaten by moths.Many of them are great writers, many of them have great ideas. Yet so many Who else wants their dream book written today? If you can speak out loud, then YOU have what it takes to become a lightning-fast, bestselling author. Most people dream of writing a book, but those manuscripts end up shoved away in dusty drawers, half-finished and abandoned to be eaten by moths.Many of them are great writers, many of them have great ideas. Yet so many people come to the conclusion that they'll never finish their books. Why? Because they aren't following a proven system. Maybe this is you right now.Maybe you believe that you're not good enough, that you'll never have enough time, or that it's a terrible book idea.You wonder how on earth other people manage to find time to write alongside their jobs, family and other commitments. But the assumption that writing is a slow process and books take six months or years to write is outdated. You can easily increase your efficiency three to four times MORE by using this system. As much value as there is in quality, quantity also plays a significant factor.The days where you need to have access to expensive or special equipment are gone.And one of the fastest ways to become profitable as an author nowadays is to write faster. Let me show you how you can hit the finish line at record speed. Every. Single. Time. This is the same system that allows me to spend more time with my family, earn more money and accomplish four times the amount of work in the same eight hours a day.It’s allowed me to release books on an exponential scale, to set goals of writing fifty books per year.This book was written using the same strategy.  It can be done. And now you can do the same. This ISN’T a book you read for inspiration and walk away feeling good. This is a book about taking ACTION. I want you to be generating MORE CONTENT THAN YOU EVEN NEED. What you will walk away with... Learn The Conveyor Belt Method: The step-by-step process which will give you an unshakeable FOUNDATION for your writing career Become One With Your Creative Mind: How to become so efficient with your methodology that you can AVOID writer's block entirely Master Your Location Independence: The secret writing anytime and ANYWHERE you want! Harness Your Long Term Sales: Get the exact ingredients you need to capture your readers for good and turn them into lifelong fans! Imagine if... Writing books was no longer a struggle and you could churn out bestsellers on a whim You could write a book in your spare time and don't need to fight against your other commitments You could come up with an idea in the morning, plan out your content and have your first draft FINISHED by the afternoon! Don't let your book rot in a drawer like all the rest. Your time is NOW. You could have the book you've always dreamed of writing in your hands TODAY. Begin your journey by clicking the button above.


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Who else wants their dream book written today? If you can speak out loud, then YOU have what it takes to become a lightning-fast, bestselling author. Most people dream of writing a book, but those manuscripts end up shoved away in dusty drawers, half-finished and abandoned to be eaten by moths.Many of them are great writers, many of them have great ideas. Yet so many Who else wants their dream book written today? If you can speak out loud, then YOU have what it takes to become a lightning-fast, bestselling author. Most people dream of writing a book, but those manuscripts end up shoved away in dusty drawers, half-finished and abandoned to be eaten by moths.Many of them are great writers, many of them have great ideas. Yet so many people come to the conclusion that they'll never finish their books. Why? Because they aren't following a proven system. Maybe this is you right now.Maybe you believe that you're not good enough, that you'll never have enough time, or that it's a terrible book idea.You wonder how on earth other people manage to find time to write alongside their jobs, family and other commitments. But the assumption that writing is a slow process and books take six months or years to write is outdated. You can easily increase your efficiency three to four times MORE by using this system. As much value as there is in quality, quantity also plays a significant factor.The days where you need to have access to expensive or special equipment are gone.And one of the fastest ways to become profitable as an author nowadays is to write faster. Let me show you how you can hit the finish line at record speed. Every. Single. Time. This is the same system that allows me to spend more time with my family, earn more money and accomplish four times the amount of work in the same eight hours a day.It’s allowed me to release books on an exponential scale, to set goals of writing fifty books per year.This book was written using the same strategy.  It can be done. And now you can do the same. This ISN’T a book you read for inspiration and walk away feeling good. This is a book about taking ACTION. I want you to be generating MORE CONTENT THAN YOU EVEN NEED. What you will walk away with... Learn The Conveyor Belt Method: The step-by-step process which will give you an unshakeable FOUNDATION for your writing career Become One With Your Creative Mind: How to become so efficient with your methodology that you can AVOID writer's block entirely Master Your Location Independence: The secret writing anytime and ANYWHERE you want! Harness Your Long Term Sales: Get the exact ingredients you need to capture your readers for good and turn them into lifelong fans! Imagine if... Writing books was no longer a struggle and you could churn out bestsellers on a whim You could write a book in your spare time and don't need to fight against your other commitments You could come up with an idea in the morning, plan out your content and have your first draft FINISHED by the afternoon! Don't let your book rot in a drawer like all the rest. Your time is NOW. You could have the book you've always dreamed of writing in your hands TODAY. Begin your journey by clicking the button above.

30 review for Write a Book in Two Hours: How to Write a Book, Novel, or Children’s Book in Far Less than 30 Days (Authorship 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Taylor Green

    DNF'd--52% Another review aptly said this book's title is clickbait. The author is playing fast and loose with a LOT of numbers here. His "book" is 20-25k non-fiction, and his "writing" is sending audio recordings through dictation software. But even then, he's fudging numbers because if you charitably assume the faster end of the speaking spectrum, 150 wpm, in two hours you haven't even hit the minimum 20k. You'll be 2k shy at 18k, two hours into your dictation. Close, but not quite. He puts fict DNF'd--52% Another review aptly said this book's title is clickbait. The author is playing fast and loose with a LOT of numbers here. His "book" is 20-25k non-fiction, and his "writing" is sending audio recordings through dictation software. But even then, he's fudging numbers because if you charitably assume the faster end of the speaking spectrum, 150 wpm, in two hours you haven't even hit the minimum 20k. You'll be 2k shy at 18k, two hours into your dictation. Close, but not quite. He puts fiction at "six hours." Now, that number is a little closer, if you're writing 50k novels. You'll have an extra 4k of wiggle room with six hours of dictation. But if you're not writing shorter fiction, then you're fresh out of luck. Because he dictates his books, he ends up leaving a lot of the fluff and meandering of his conversational tone in the book. That might be fine for some, but in such a short book that is supposed to be instructional, I found myself slogging through even the shortest sections. Half the book is not so subtle advertising for his affiliate links. I can appreciate the side hustle in the freebie, but it really stank to read. As for information, his modular idea (outsourcing everything you can to focus on content creation) is reasonable, but he could've spent more time showing all the various methods he's claimed to have tried, rather than repeating "I've tried so many different methods over the years" over and over to add to the word count and fill pages. Cheap content is a dime a dozen. You might make a dime, but your readers will remember what they got for what they paid.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carson Allen

    The guy owns three motels , Makes millions of dollars ghostwriting Best sellers , And he wants to share all his knowledge with you because he cares for you so much This free book here is what they call a lead magnet So the direct response copywriting can work on your sub conscience. Ask yourself why somebody as a rich as this guy Needs to sell you anything ? Furthermore, Ask any best-selling writer In the world If they wrote their best seller in 2 hours

  3. 5 out of 5

    Valentine

    I personally wasn't a big fan of this book, or the methods in it. I believe the title is a bit clickbait-y, and the methods are kind of questionable at times. There's also a lot of filler words, and repetition. 2/5 Stars - a questionable book I personally wasn't a big fan of this book, or the methods in it. I believe the title is a bit clickbait-y, and the methods are kind of questionable at times. There's also a lot of filler words, and repetition. 2/5 Stars - a questionable book

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mark Laufenberg

    The author of this book wanted people to try his system of writing and publishing books before giving it a review. Since I'm not sure if I'll ever write a book, I'll submit a review now. This book details an approach to writing and publishing books by using what the author calls his "conveyor belt" system. He believes in working on multiple books at different phases of development at the same time. Although the system of book publishing is geared toward quantity, it would seem to me that with his The author of this book wanted people to try his system of writing and publishing books before giving it a review. Since I'm not sure if I'll ever write a book, I'll submit a review now. This book details an approach to writing and publishing books by using what the author calls his "conveyor belt" system. He believes in working on multiple books at different phases of development at the same time. Although the system of book publishing is geared toward quantity, it would seem to me that with his techniques, it would not necessarily come at the cost of the quality having to suffer as a result. The techniques also work with both fiction and nonfiction, although he did say that for fiction you should plan on more like 6 hours instead of 2 in writing the book. In the digital market, the trend is very much toward shorter books. At his creative times, he assembles a long list of book titles and then begins writing outlines for them. In fact, he selected this book from over 50 completed outlines. He then does the research, combines his notes, and assembles what's going to happen in the book; designing any characters, creating the worlds, and the order of chapters. After that, he believes in dictating rather than typing because it is faster and also believes in outsourcing parts of the process that he can't do as efficiently himself. He's now reached the point where he has an editor who works for him full-time and handles what comes after the dictation. The suggestion is that once you have a successful process going, you can figure what an hour of your time is worth. If you can hire someone for less than that amount to do a task, then you should do so. He also has a full-time designer for book covers, social media graphics and anything else he needs designed. It's all part of the conveyor belt system. Among other suggestions are dictating to an imaginary audience that is composed of people who are geared toward that particular subject matter and several software tools to streamline certain other processes. There is discussion on other segments of putting a book together such as the foreword or introduction, copyright, table of contents, authors page, book description, etc. Some rules about publishing the book are also given, but the main instruction on publishing is covered in another one of his books. In my opinion the author covered pretty much every aspect of assembling a book and preparing it for publication. Some of the non-fiction authors that I follow appear to be using this type of system as they push out a lot of content. However, in reading some of their books I would have to say that they are also of good quality. My suggestion is that if you are fairly new to writing books or are considering becoming an author, you may want to give this system some serious thought. If you're going to use it, this is the type of book that you should read through first and then follow it again as you're going through the process. The book is written in very conversational, easy to understand language and I found the subject matter quite interesting throughout.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Guy

    I'm not a writer, but I have put together several collections of my family's history for my kids. I'm not interested in publishing for profit. BUT, I'm sure glad I stumbled over this. My biggest challenge is organizing all of the information and pictures. I use a program named "Blurb" that I like for the publishing, but like most good tools, it can't make up for the user's lack of skill. I've been working on my latest book and my only real progress has been to raise my frustration level. now, I'm I'm not a writer, but I have put together several collections of my family's history for my kids. I'm not interested in publishing for profit. BUT, I'm sure glad I stumbled over this. My biggest challenge is organizing all of the information and pictures. I use a program named "Blurb" that I like for the publishing, but like most good tools, it can't make up for the user's lack of skill. I've been working on my latest book and my only real progress has been to raise my frustration level. now, I'm anxious to get back to it. It won't be a "toss every thing out and start over" but rather a "OK, research is done so let's go". Thanks for your guidance and advice.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Miles Trombley

    How can you complete a book in two hours? As a writer, I wanted to learn how to write fast in a short amount of time. That is why I got this book for free. So far, it is very useful and explains how the author completes his books in two hours. The rest is pretty much the same on how to get your book published. You will not get a lot of advice in this book, but I recommend it, if you just want one tip to write faster. Enjoy!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Darren

    A dictated review The front of the book seemed a bit padded to me. Further, it seemed to feel dictated, rushed with a simplistic voice. However, it was such a short read that I decided to soldier on. I'm truly glad that I persevered.When the good stuff came, it came hard and fast.The advice was specific, actionable, and logical. I look forward to putting it into practice. Five big stars. A dictated review The front of the book seemed a bit padded to me. Further, it seemed to feel dictated, rushed with a simplistic voice. However, it was such a short read that I decided to soldier on. I'm truly glad that I persevered.When the good stuff came, it came hard and fast.The advice was specific, actionable, and logical. I look forward to putting it into practice. Five big stars.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ami Sanghvi

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Write a Book in Two Hours is my second Jonathan Green book... And I learned a lot from it! I haven't tried dictating yet, but I did actually write an entire poetry collection in under two hours with his encouragement. I'm looking forward to implementing the techniques in this book and reading more from Green. Write a Book in Two Hours is my second Jonathan Green book... And I learned a lot from it! I haven't tried dictating yet, but I did actually write an entire poetry collection in under two hours with his encouragement. I'm looking forward to implementing the techniques in this book and reading more from Green.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Patricia C.

    Very Informative This book was very informative, and will definitely benefit me as I pursue writing more books. The only negative to mention is that I feel the title mislead me a bit. I thought The whole book focused on the actual writing process, and not the end processes of formatting and publishing. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it, and will put it to good use

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mike R.

    This is the second book I have read of Mr. Greens. I "20K a day" and this one. I like how he gets to the point and provides links to his recommendations. I'll be looking for more of his books for my writing. ~Mike This is the second book I have read of Mr. Greens. I "20K a day" and this one. I like how he gets to the point and provides links to his recommendations. I'll be looking for more of his books for my writing. ~Mike

  11. 4 out of 5

    Leonard Waks

    Word Factory This is a useful book. The premise is clear: you can organize the book production process into a series of modules. The first two consist of research and outlining, the second, dictating. The author explains his setup. Could work for some.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chris C.

    A Different Approach Clearly, Jonathan is passionate about his approach to the book conveyer belt writing process. I have read of other approaches suggesting far less outsourcing. I guess the aim of the game is to find out what works and is infinitely sustainable.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Blue

    Good read I was worried this book would serve up regurgitated remnants of get rich quick schemes, but I learned a lot about the dictation process of writing that I'll have to try. Thank you! Good read I was worried this book would serve up regurgitated remnants of get rich quick schemes, but I learned a lot about the dictation process of writing that I'll have to try. Thank you!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Paul Go

    Excellent tips I enjoyed many of the tips and implemented some of them immediately. His parts on dictation alone were helpful. This is an excellent resource for writers of all stripes.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anita Nipane

    Interesting point of view! Got some great ideas that hopefuly will help me be more productive and publish more books in less time. Thanks!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shauna Norris

    Enjoyable and educational I am looking forward to trying these techniques to further my own writing. Thank you for putting out all the works that you do.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Will continue to reference this book especially the tips for formatting your ebook!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid Privette

    Chock full of a awesome! This little gem is full of actionable insight at the turn of every page. A ‘must’ read for aspiring authors and veterans alike.

  19. 4 out of 5

    john johnson

    Read in one sitting. Actually, it was on Kindle Fire in bed. I couldn't sleep until I finished it. I hope to implement this plan. Read in one sitting. Actually, it was on Kindle Fire in bed. I couldn't sleep until I finished it. I hope to implement this plan.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shinika

    Must read Most definitely a good read. Looking forward to reading more of the Authors work. Great road on the road of becoming a author

  21. 4 out of 5

    Oliver B Burkett

    Good road map Good plan to follow for how to and what's needed for getting your book out to the readers. I would have liked to know more of his outlining process Good road map Good plan to follow for how to and what's needed for getting your book out to the readers. I would have liked to know more of his outlining process

  22. 4 out of 5

    Scott Brown

    Good book If you are a writer want to be this book will help you with production. A lot of nuggets of tools.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Deanne

    Great Really excellent discussion of a simple self-publishing process that can be completed quickly. It seems self evident, but I don't think I would have thought of dictating. Great Really excellent discussion of a simple self-publishing process that can be completed quickly. It seems self evident, but I don't think I would have thought of dictating.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Great process for writing books! Jonathan Green shared his fine-tuned process for writing a book and getting it in front of a reader. He has learned what works and what doesn't and is very thorough explaining his process from start to finish. Great read for anyone considering taking on the challenge to write and release a book. Great process for writing books! Jonathan Green shared his fine-tuned process for writing a book and getting it in front of a reader. He has learned what works and what doesn't and is very thorough explaining his process from start to finish. Great read for anyone considering taking on the challenge to write and release a book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nhat Linh

  26. 4 out of 5

    Danyelle

  27. 5 out of 5

    Barbie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Georg

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mandy Wultsch

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ron

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