How To Write Books With Little Or No Content That Sell

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Reading time 2 min

by M LeMont

The trend in the $90 billion global book market is for shorter books. Books with 40-50 pages of high-quality content.

So if the thought of writing a 300-page book scares the hell out of you, then you are in luck.

Humans have a shorter attention span than goldfish, thanks to smartphones and mobile devices.

I'm surprised that you even visited this page. Most people don't like leaving social media, and they don't have time

to read long articles.

Long is out short is in.

That's why I write the reading time at the top of every blog post. The reading time for this post is 2 minutes.

Anyway, there's an abundance of content, books, and information everywhere.

Readers very seldom read a full book–even The New York Times bestsellers are not completely read.

People get bored very easily–they want information they can use, and they want it fast.

No excess filler words, just straight-to-point information

The founder of Reader's Digest, Dewitt Wallace, discovered the secret of writing short content by gathering a sampling of articles on many topics from various monthly magazines, condensing and rewriting them, and combining them into one publication and voilà!! Reader's Digest was born.

You can create books with little to no content that sell if you know the process.

I know it sounds like I've been smoking some of that California Wacky Weed but I can assure you that I'm as sober as a rock.

Listen! I'm telling you about things that I know.

There's a way to add MASSIVE value to your books without having to write much information at all.

I have two books in a series in this growing market already.

Showing you is better than telling you. Both books are available on Amazon

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