How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days – That Readers LOVE!

How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 DaysI’d like to start with a big THANKS. 

In the last month or so, I’ve received a ton of positive reviews and helpful feedback on my Kindle eBooks.

The success I’m having is mostly due to the regular readers of this blog who support my books.  I wouldn’t be able to write these things without your help.

You guys rock!!

Let’s keep the party going…

I’m happy to announce the launch of another Kindle eBook!

This one is titled:

How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days – That Readers Love!

Once again, I’m offering the book for free through KDP Select for the next three days.

Starting today (November 25th)  to the end of Tuesday (November 27th); you can grab a free copy directly from Amazon.

Here’s more information about this freebie…

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I’ve had a number of people ask how I’m able to write these Kindle guides in a rapid fire manner.  This new book is the answer to that question!

How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days details my strategy for taking an idea and having a PUBLISHED book in a few short weeks.  It shows you what to do on a daily basis.  Plus it includes a number of “hacks” for writing fast – while still providing excellent content.

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Like previous Kindle book launches, I’m offering free access till the end of Tuesday (the 27th.) So I encourage you to download a copy right away!


I’m asking for a favor in return. I’m launch a Kindle book every 2 weeks. My blog readers will always get free (or a deeply discounted) copy of these books.

To keep doing this – I’ll need your help! Reviews really matter on Amazon. So I ask that you download this freebie and submit a review if you find this information to be useful. (Here is the link to the book in the Amazon marketplace.) Plus, I’d be a big help if you ‘like’ the eBook and ‘agree’ with the tags at the bottom of the page.

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I know some people have had trouble accessing my books in the past. The truth is you don’t need a Kindle! There are a variety of free ways you can read a Kindle eBook:

In short, it’s really simple to read Amazon Kindle books – No matter what type of device you use to access the Internet.

If you still have trouble accessing this Kindle book, please send me an email: stevescottsite[at]gmail[dot]com before the end of Tuesday the 27th and I’ll sort you out.


Here is the download link to my free book ==>

And here’s the link to the UK Version ==>

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27 thoughts on “How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days – That Readers LOVE!”

  1. Hi Steve
    just got your book, tagged it, liked it and tweeted it! Gotta now go put your teaching into action!

    PS – will leave a review on UK site later…want to re-read it..just skimmed want to do review justice

  2. Just downloaded the book to my Kindle on my laptop and will read so I can give it a worthy review. (Be aware that my husband and I use his account for our Kindle purchases so it will be a review from Steven Halligan so it can say that it was a verified purchase.)

    I am new to your site (and happy to have found it) and was wondering what the difference is between the U.S. and U.K. versions (we have a lot of family in the U.K., my husband was born there.)

    • Hey Elisabeth

      I saw the review. Really liked the detailed breakdown of what’s covered and the specifics. It helps out a bunch!!

      I think the difference is where the books are sent. There’s probably an Amazon center inside the U.K. which makes shipping easier. Not sure why this would apply to digital eBooks. But there are a few different countries that have completely separate Amazon websites. I get confused myself.

  3. Steve, you are definitely becoming a Kindle ROCKSTAR my friend!

    I already finished reading the book about YouTube and it was definitely awesome, looking forward to this one and apparently the next ones to come as well.

    All the best and have a great weekend man! 😉


    • Thanks Tim! Writer’s block isn’t a problem if you either skip the section you’re working on or just write anything that pops in your head – without the ‘self-editing’ brain that often trips us up.

  4. Great book my friend! I downloaded my copy, gave it a ‘Like’, confirmed the tags, and I’m in the process of writing a review as we speak.

    Thanks for providing another epic book, especially for providing it for free to your blog readers!

    Looking forward to applying your tips to my current eBooks that I have published, and the ones I’m in the process of writing now.

    Thanks again!

    All the best,

  5. I feel bad because I stink at remembering to leave reviews on your books right away. But I always get around to it, and I’ve started sharing them with everyone I know.

    I’ve also started a “reviews” page on my blog, and I intend to get all your books in there, because everything I’ve seen of yours is awesome. 🙂

    • Great to hear Lindsey! I also forget to do reviews…there are a lot of books out there and sometimes it’s hard to keep track of them.

      Anyway – Thanks for the include on your reviews page. Be sure to grab your ‘Amazon Associates’ link and pick up some extra affiliate income from it.

  6. Hi Steve,
    You are so generous with your expertise and knowledge – really appreciate it esp for a newbie like me (retired from full-time job but so interested in online biz). I’m interested in writing and when your email about “How to Write a Non-fiction ebook in 21 days” came, I was ecstatic – that’s it I thought! But I am so disappointed I can’t download it. I am in the Asia-Pacific region. Help pls???

  7. Hi Steve,

    Once again a great article and eBook, I’ve said before and I’ll say again that so many of your articles have inspired me or pushed me on so thank you.

    I have taken your advice and published my own eBook on how to get Massive traffic from LinkedIn.

    It seems to have been a success so far, just in the process of building a bit of a marketing campaign around it.

    Thanks again for the inspiration !!


  8. aha, I was just waiting for another eBook. The last one about Youtube really rocked the way i saw things. Willing to read this book asap! Goota go and read.. tata 😀

  9. Scott,

    Stop writing books faster than I can read them. Sheesh..
    But seriously, very inspiring. Ever since I learned you were writing a book every 21 days i’ve been challenging myself to write a set amount each day. Im working up to 10,000 words in one day but need total alone time to do that. No kids, no hubby and no cooking.
    Who makes your book covers?

    • Hate to tell you this — About to publish another one tomorrow 🙂

      Will be launching for free, starting this Monday.

      I hear about the word count. It’s definitely doable to hit 10,000 words, but you need to be in an isolated room that’s free from interruptions. I imagine that’s hard to do with a normal life, filled with personal obligations.

      My eCover designer is Kyle. He’s cool with me passing along his name: kyle[at]milkjugmedia[dot]com

    • Boy, I wish I was that lucky. I’ve got a wife and a 2-year old, and let me tell you, I’ve sure got to burn the midnight oil when it comes to writing. I routinely stay up until 4 AM pounding away at the keys, but I average about 35,000 words a week that way, consistently.

      I put a chapter on word counts in my own book on writing, Write Now! 20 Simple Strategies for Writing. I was of course inspired by Scott’s writing, and espeically his success on Amazon.

      While I’m tempted to say that you’re the one to beat, Scott, it might be more accurate to say you’re the one to emulate.

  10. Hi Steve, I am a big admirer of your work. I am a translator and would love to translate one of your book. I am new at translating e-books so I will do it for free if you allow me. I need to create a portfolio and How to Write a Non fiction e-book in 21 days” is a perfect example of the kind of work I want to translate. I translate from English into Spanish. I am based in the UK- Greater London. I have a Master in Translation from City University and I am a former journalist. I hope you are interested in my proposal. I know that your book will have a great audience in the Spanish – Latin America market. Once the book is translated is all yours. I will just mention it as part of my portfolio. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks very much! EliP

    • Sure thing… I’m not sure that I’m interested in doing translations of my books. But feel free to write me directly and we can talk about this option: stevescottsite[at]gmail[dot]com

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