Want to Write an Ebook With Me?

Ebooks aren’t new – but boy, they’re a hot topic. The opportunities they bring you are vast, and a single ebook can be a valuable asset for your business.

All the big names say you should write one. An ebook could boost your credibility nearly overnight, skyrocket your subscriber rates, increase your customer base in no time flat and help you earn more money – without you even blinking.

In fact, one well-written ebook can bring your business thousands of dollars in fresh clients and new projects. Isn’t that worth your time?

Here’s the problem: How do you write an ebook like that?

You know what you want to write about… but where to begin? And what to include? And when to stop? And how long should it be? How short should you keep it? And how will you know if what you write is even any good?

These are important questions.

And you’re a business owner. Ebook writing isn’t your “thing”. Okay, you’re a fair hand with the keyboard, and you do alright when it comes to an article or a blog post, but an ebook?

Some people will tell you to slap together some blog posts and call that an ebook. (It’s not. It’s just a bunch of blog posts.) Some tell you to just riff off a few loose chapters and readers won’t notice. (They will.)  Some even encourage you to just sit down and write – an ebook will magically flow from your fingers. (It won’t.)

All this bad advice could damage your reputation, your credibility and your business. And if you follow it, you’ll waste your time and money. You won’t get the results you want… and you’ll end up discouraged as your confidence levels take a hit.

There’s a better way.

Imagine how you’d feel if you had the support of a recognized professional writing coach ready to walk you through every step of your ebook. You’d learn the ebook-writing skills you need to create engaging content AND you’d get personal, direct feedback on your writing.

You’d feel completely confident you’ve done a great job.

And imagine you could follow an easy, step-by-step ebook-writing system that walked you through your project so you never have to worry about missing a thing. You’d blaze through that ebook in no time, knowing you’ve got this covered.

Even better? Imagine how empowered you’d feel if I told you that you could write an entire ebook in less than 12 weeks… and that I’d personally help you write and edit it.

I’ve spent the past year and a half creating the ebook-writing course you need – the one readers constantly ask me for. It’s called Damn Fine Ebooks, and it’s designed to teach you brand-new techniques that specifically relate to writing your ebook. You’ll be amazed at how much your writing will improve – and you’ll be able to use your new skills on any type of content you write.

This course goes above and beyond anything I’ve ever offered. My involvement will be intense, because I’m devoted to your success. That kind of comprehensive support brings you confidence money can’t buy. You won’t have to wonder whether your ebook is good enough.

You’ll know it’s the best it can be.

Stay tuned for details – Damn Fine Ebooks launches this Monday.

Post by James Chartrand

James Chartrand is an expert copywriter and the owner of Men with Pens and Damn Fine Words, the game-changing writing course for business owners. She loves the color blue, her kids, Nike sneakers and ice skating.

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  1. I wrote an ebook with your help once. It’s call Seek and Destroy and 3 years later I still get emails with positive feedback about it… and I’m still signing on new clients who find me through it.

    It’s tempting to ignore the “old faithful” marketing tactics and chase the bright shiny new ones, but the truth is that masterfully penning your best material into a sexy, downloadable ebook…. just works. And kicks ass. And takes names.

    So glad you decided to do this program.

  2. Having looked at the syllabus and having been a student of Damn Fine Words, I can only say that this course is pure gold!

    Do your business a favor and grab a spot before James runs out of them.

    • I’ll second that ‘grab your spot’ – spaces are going to be very limited so I make sure I can give my full attention to everyone in the course!

  3. Having written one ebook, I’m clear I can improve a lot. I’m looking forward to seeing the offering!

  4. Nice blog post for a pre-launch of your course. Love the idea of having someone provide specific direction in writing the ebook. My last book project which tripled the size of my business based on credibility took a year and cost a fortune. If you’re a consultant, speaker, coach, or advisor, nothing could help your business more than publishing your expertise.

    I look forward to learning more about he course.

    I’ve not taken advantage of most e-courses since I’ve been very disappointed in the quality of the e-course, which in most cases is a regurgitation or aggregation of former recorded webinars and blog posts. Your new course sounds very different. I’d love to hear a few more specifics on “your personal involvement”. For example, will you help the course participant by looking over their draft, formatting, book cover design, or any other key element of writing/launching a successful e-book?



    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Barry. I’m glad to hear your book project brought you such great results… and I’m sorry to hear it took so long and cost so much!

      That’s part of why I created this course – there are some simple techniques and easy ways to write a quality book without a major investment, and I’m completely setting students up to learn that process. Everyone in the course will have it for life, and I’m proud of that.

      For personal involvement, I deliver on my promises. As with every course (and as all my DFW students attest), I’m there every day, giving feedback, answering questions, looking over their work and providing all the support I can. I believe in being there for students.

      And I’ll be covering all the points you mentioned – drafting, formatting, making the ebook look snazzy (no design skills required!), and even what to do with the ebook once it’s done. (I’ll even be editing every student’s work!) You’ll get all the details on Monday, and I think you’ll like what you see!

  5. My ears are definitely perked up – great idea James!

  6. Hi James? Yesh I wonder how to do. Once the Writer Club advised me to go back to school for writing courses. I don’t have any money at all. That’s why I am stranded here! Okay with ya?

  7. I’m a (traditionally:) published author, full-time HR/MarCom pro. I don’t have a business but would like to publish and sell a number of How-To ebooks on HR Writing. Would DFeB be suitable for me?

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