Were you one of those kids that loved to curl up with a good book? If so, you may have dreamed of writing a
children’s book of your own. It’s a dream many people have, yet very few do it.
Now is the time for you to take action and fulfill your dream.
If you can free up about two hours a day for seven weeks, then you can finish a marketable book for kids!
We’ve used this method 30 times to write manuscripts that have sold to major publishers such as Random House, Simon & Schuster, and Gale Cengage. Some of our titles have even won contests and awards. You can use our plan to write a picture book, a chapter book, a reader, a middle grade nonfiction book, or a middle grade novel in seven weeks.
You Can Craft a Marketable Book in Less Than Two Months.
- We’ll provide the “how to.”
- You provide the determination and elbow grease.
- But the key to success is YOU.
No more procrastination. No more excuses. Today is the day. Start here. Right now.
You don’t find the time to write a book. You MAKE the time.
Published writers have no more hours in their day to write than you do. Even the mega-authors on the New York Times Best-Seller list have leaky roofs, rebellious teenagers, illness, and car trouble to contend with. They work around these problems. You can too.
Free your schedule and start now!
Your First Assignment:
- Pledge to eliminate time-wasters. Go TV-free four nights a week.
- Schedule 15 hours per week in an appointment book for your project.
Note: The longest type of book you should write for this project is a middle grade novel—average length 25,000 words. You can complete it by writing five double-spaced manuscript pages each day for three weeks. You can certainly finish a shorter manuscript such as a picture book, a reader, a chapter book, or a nonfiction middle grade book in that same amount of time.