How To Write A Book In Less Than 24 Hours

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Introduction
Hi, my name is Stefan Pylarinos and welcome to this book on How To Write A Book In
Less Than 24 Hours.
The truth is, writing a book is much easier than you’ve been led to believe. In fact, most
people get intimidated by the thought of writing a book because they think that it’s a
long, grueling process.
The #1 objection people have is that it takes too long to write a book!
I’m going to share with you a simple 10-step process that I go through that has allowed
me to write multiple books in less than 24 hours.
First, let me share with you my philosophy which allows me to write and create my
books quickly…
It’s important to understand that the purpose of a book should be first and foremost to
add value to your readers.
Your book should either focus on helping them in some way, solve their problem, meet
a need, or at least provide some entertainment value.
People usually buy books based on the cover or title, primarily because they want the
benefit that the title of the book promises.
When someone purchases the book “The 4 Hour Work Week”, it’s because they want
that benefit.
But here’s the bad news…
Did you know that less than 10% of people that purchase books actually read past
the first chapter?
Yes, that’s an unfortunate reality.
That means that this book that most people spend months or years to create doesn’t even
get fully consumed by those that purchase it.
This means that most people do NOT get the value they received from the book when
they purchased it.
Sad, I know…
I believe that the biggest reason why people don’t fully consume these books is because
they get intimidated and most books are too big for people to consume.
That’s why I’m a fan of creating shorter books, no more than 50 pages in length, that
focus on solving a specific problem or adds value in a very specific way.
With the rise of Kindle publishing and e-book publishing, there has been significant data
that tells us that this is what consumers want as well.
Instead of consuming a massive 400-page book on “Dating Advice”, people would
much rather consume shorter books consisting of 50 pages or less on the specific areas
of dating advice.
For example, one could break down the topic of Dating Advice for Men into the
following sub-topics:
How To Be Confident
How To Overcome Approach Anxiety
How To Meet And Approach Women
How To Have A Conversation And Attract Women
How To Get A Date
First Date Tips
Get the idea?
What is now being proven to be more efficient is to create a SERIES of books that are
still all relating under one topic, but consist of shorter books that solve specific
problems or needs.
Not only are these books less intimidating, but they sell better. People are more likely
to purchase a book that speaks to their specific problem, rather than purchase book that
covers a broader area.
It’s also more profitable for you, as if people enjoy your book, they are likely to
purchase the other books in your series also.
My point is this – It shouldn’t take 9 months to write a book and 400 pages to
communicate what you have to share and add value. You should be able to easily
communicate your book and add value in a one hour conversation about it.
The second biggest thing that stops people from writing a book is trying to make it
“perfect.”
Here’s the reality: Your book will NEVER be perfect.
Perfectionism is something that doesn’t exist. It’s unattainable.
If this is true, then why are you spending so much time and effort to make sure your book
is perfect?
Do you think that your readers are even going to notice the little details or extra effort
you’re putting in to try to make sure your book is perfect?
Maybe, but probably not.
Like I said, less than 10% of people are actually going to read past the first chapter of
your book. Out of those 10% of people, most don’t care or even notice most of what
you’re busy obsessing about – the only thing they care about is, “Is this book going to
solve my problem?” or “Am I receiving value from this book?”
Thatss itt!
Oops, did you just notice on the last slide that I had a spelling error?
I made it fairly obvious…
I wrote “Thatss itt!”
Now, let me ask you… do you really care about that spelling error?
Does that spelling error mean that this is a horrible program and that you’re going to
leave negative reviews about it?
No – you probably don’t care. You just care about the value you get from this course.
The very first book I wrote took me over a year to write. I wanted to make sure
everything was perfect and ideal. I had to make sure every paragraph and word was
perfect.
Did people notice?
Did people even care?
Nope.
In fact, I feel I wasted too much time and it was a disservice to others by taking so long
to release the book.
80% of the book would have been good enough to really help people and provide some
significant value.
But it was my “perfectionism” that got in the way.
Dan Sullivan has a book called “The 80% Approach”.
In it, he shares to get 80% of things done.
Not 100%, only 80%.
He says that the 80% is the most valuable part of anything, and I agree with him.
If you get a book done that is 80% done, then it’s good enough to get out there and help
people with.
Don’t view your book as an “end result”, but rather a work in process. Something that
you can continually improve and make better based on your customers feedback.
I want you to keep these two concepts in mind when going through the 10 steps that I’m
going to go over with you in the rest of this course.
Remember, focus on writing shorter, more specific books and don’t try to be perfect
with this process.
Just do the best you can with it.
Now, is it possible to actually write a book in less than 24 hours?
Absolutely.
I’ve personally written many books in less than 24 hours, and all of them are high
quality and have great reviews.
I could give you many examples, but here’s a book that I recently wrote in 6 hours:
Kindle Marketing Secrets – 33 Ways To Promote Your Kindle Book And Get More
Sales
Yes, 6 hours! It’s over 13,000 words and 86 pages long.
If you don’t believe me, then search for it on Amazon or Kindle and you’ll see for
yourself.
While I understand you might think that I’m probably a freak of nature and a crazy fast
typist (which both are true), the truth is anyone can do the same within 24 hours.
If it took me 6 hours, then you should easily be able to do the same within 24 hours,
even if you aren’t a fast typist or don’t even know much about your subject.
But, do you have to write the book in less than 24 hours?
No you don’t have to. It’s perfectly acceptable if you want to write your book in a
weekend or a few days, or even if it takes you a week.
Go through these steps at whatever pace that you want. But please remember what I said
and don’t try to be “perfect” with things or procrastinate.
I created this program to show you how fast you can do it and to more importantly, get
you to actually finish a book fast!
I’d recommend to set your own goal or deadline for when you want to have your book
finished by.
If it’s 24 hours, then set that deadline for yourself. If it’s this weekend, then set your
deadline.
Having that deadline is going to be crucial for you successfully completing this program
and getting your book finished.
Now that I got all of that out of the way, let’s get started with the 10 steps. We don’t
have time to waste!
Move onto the next chapter to get started.
Links And Resources
Here are the links and resources that were mentioned in this lesson:
The 80% Approach by Dan Sullivan: http://kmoneymastery.com/the80approach
Kindle Marketing Secrets – 33 Ways To Promote Your Kindle Book And Get More
Sales by Stefan Pylarinos: http://kmoneymastery.com/kmsecrets

Step 1 – Make A Commitment To Yourself And Schedule
A Full Day For Yourself
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to walk you through the first step, which is to make a
commitment to yourself and schedule a full day for yourself.
Commitment And Scheduling
It’s important that you fully commit to completing your book by your deadline preferably
within 24 hours. It isn’t going to be easy or comfortable. You might want to give up at
times. But if you make a commitment to yourself and set that deadline, then you can push
through it and complete it.
This is no different than completing a school project that is due tomorrow.
If you can, make a public commitment.
Share with people on Facebook or Twitter. Tell your friends and family members what
you’re doing and ask them to hold you accountable. This will create more pressure for
you to get it done.
Pressure is a good thing. Pressure creates diamonds.
Once you’ve made that commitment, then schedule a full day for you to complete your
book.
Set those hours for yourself right now.
If you’re going to start tomorrow, then make sure that you schedule early in the morning,
let’s say 9AM until 9PM at night.
Make sure you don’t have anything else going on during that time, as you might need to
dedicate the entire day to this.
You might finish sooner and if you do, great. But just to be sure, make sure you have no
other commitments during that day.
Finally, make sure you eliminate ALL distractions.
Turn off your cell phone. Do NOT use Facebook or e-mail.
These will only interrupt your flow and you won’t be fully focused at the task at hand.
I also recommend to get a timer that you could use, which will help you work more
efficiently.
Any timer will do, but if you want a free one online, then go to e.ggtimer.com Once
you’ve fully committed to completing your book and scheduled a full day to work
towards this (while getting rid of distractions), then you’re ready to move onto Step 2.
Links And Resources
Here are the links and resources that were mentioned in this lesson:
Egg Timer: www.e.ggtimer.com

Step 2 – Find A Topic Or Subject To Create A Book On
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to come up with a topic or subject to write a
book on.
Coming Up With A Book Idea
The first thing we need before creating our book is to find the topic or subject to create
a book on. Hopefully you already have some ideas for this, but if not then that’s okay
too.
What I recommend to do is to take out a pen and paper and begin a brainstorm process.
Begin writing down as many ideas that you can think of that you could write a book on.
You’d want to make sure that there’s a MARKET for your book and that there will be
some demand for it, which is extremely important in terms of making money from your
idea.
Analyzing your book idea, ensuring there’s a market and that it isn’t too competitive is
all stuff that I go into in my Kindle Money Mastery course, but for now you just need
some ideas.
To come up with ideas, I often just do a search on Amazon.com or on a website like
EzineArticles.com. You can easily see the categories of books and articles on there,
which is useful for brainstorming.
These are just some of the resources that I use to come up with some ideas, but really,
there are so many out there.
You’ll want to take out your pen and paper and begin writing some of these ideas
down.
I’d suggest to come up with at least 10.
Make sure to set your timer while doing this and spend no more than 30 minutes on this
process.
Don’t try to be perfect.
Once you have your list of 10 ideas, begin eliminating them one by one until you get
down to the one topic or subject that you’ll write a book on.
Once you’ve finished this, continue on to Step 3
Links And Resources
Here are the links and resources that were mentioned in this lesson:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com
EzineArticles: www.ezinearticles.com

Step 3 – Research For At Least 60 Minutes And Compile
What You Come Up With
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to research information for your book and
compile everything that you come up with.
Researching Your Book
Now that you’ve got your subject or topic, it’s now time to begin doing some research
on it.
Maybe you already know a lot about your subject or topic which would be good and
help you get through this process quickly. But if you don’t, then you want to make sure
that you do some research and compile everything that you come up with into a
document.
When doing research, you want to make sure to do it quickly.
Don’t worry about wanting to cover everything on your subject or topic, just do the best
you can. I recommend to set your timer for 60 minutes and do as much research as you
can online during that time.
To summarize, some of the ways that I’ll conduct research for my book topic or subject
are:
Amazon/Kindle – looking at other books in the market
Google – searching for my topic and subject
YouTube – look up videos on your topic or subject
Blogs, Message Boards, and Yahoo Answers
You’ll want to make sure to write down things that stand out to you that you could cover
in your book.
Get ideas for chapters or sections of your book for now.
You can even copy and paste things you find on other websites or blogs into a document
for now, so that you can refer back to it later (Evernote is great for this).
I’d even copy some links or resources into a document, so you can go back and re-visit
those if you need to get more information on something.
Really push yourself to complete this in 60 minutes. If you don’t know much about your
subject or topic already, then you can definitely spend more time on this if you feel more
comfortable with that.
Just remember your deadline and commitment. If you aren’t as rushed to get this done in
24 hours and can still make your deadline, then feel free to spend more time on this.
Once you’ve done sufficient research on your topic or subject, you should now have a
good sized document that you can refer to while creating your book. This will be
valuable for us moving forward. You’re free to move on to Step 4 once this is compete.
Links And Resources
Here are the links and resources that were mentioned in this lesson:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com
Google: http://www.google.com
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com
Yahoo Answers: http://www.yahoo.com/answers
Evernote: http://www.evernote.com

Step 4 – Create The Chapters And Outline Of Your Book
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to create the chapters and outline for your
book.
Creating Your Book Outline
At this point, you should have a document compiled with your research and information
about your books subject. With this document, we’re now able to begin putting together
the chapters and outline for your book.
Start by going over your research and write down the most important areas that your
book will cover.
Don’t worry about the sequence or ordering anything just yet. For now just create a list
of the 10 biggest and most important sub-topics.
For example, with Binge Eating, I came up with these 10 areas that my book can cover:
1. What Is Binge Eating Disorder?
2. The Causes And Triggers Of Binge Eating
3. Effects Of Binge Eating Disorder
4. How To Overcome Binge Eating And Compulsive Overeating
5. 10 Strategies To Stop Binge Eating Now
6. How To Stop Emotional Eating And Control Your Emotions
7. Overcoming Sugar Addiction
8. Alternative Binge Eating Treatments
9. Stopping Binge Eating Long-Term
10. The 30 Day Challenge
These would all make great chapters for a book on how to overcome Binge Eating
Disorder, as it’s all based on my research.
However, not all of these chapters might even be necessary for this book, as there might
be quite a bit of overlap.
That’s why I’ve decided to remove a few chapters and narrow my book down to 7 of
the most important areas that I want to cover. You can do the same for your chapters –
remove anything that would be “fluff” or isn’t necessary for your book.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll then want to create a sequence or order for your chapters.
Organize these chapters in a sequential manner that makes the most sense. In my case,
this is what I came up with:
1. What Is Binge Eating Disorder?
2. The Causes And Triggers Of Binge Eating
3. Effects Of Binge Eating Disorder
4. How To Overcome Binge Eating And Compulsive Overeating
5. 10 Strategies To Stop Binge Eating Now
6. Alternative Binge Eating Treatments
7. Stopping Binge Eating Long-Term
You’re almost done!
Next, just add an Introduction/Preface as the first chapter, as well as a Conclusion at the
end, and you’ve got yourself a good looking outline for your book.
I’d also recommend to make sure you are happy with the titles of each chapter and that
they are descriptive and compelling.
That’s it, this should take you no longer than 30 minutes.
Once you’re happy with this, move onto Step 5.

Step 5 – For Each Chapter, Write Down 3 Things To
Teach Or Cover In This Section
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to clarify what to write about in each book
chapter.
What Each Book Chapter Will Include
Now that you have your chapters and book outline set up, it’s now time to go into each
chapter in more detail.
For each of your books chapters, write down at least 3 things to teach or cover in each
section.
This is going to help us to know exactly what each chapter is about, so that when we
begin writing it, our job is going to be easy.
For example, for my chapter on What Is Binge Eating Disorder?, I can put down:
• Eating Disorder that usually lasts around 2 hours and involves compulsive eating,
overeating and emotional eating
• Usually triggered by emotions or state
• Struggle with feelings of guilt, disgust and depression. Beat themselves up for not
having self-control. Want to stop, but can’t.
Coming up with at least 3 things for each chapter might require a bit more research if
necessary.
One easy way to further research a chapter if you’re unsure about it is to just type the
title of your chapter in Google and see what comes up.
When I typed in What Is Binge Eating Disorder, it provided a bunch of information that I
was able to gather that I could include in this chapter.
Okay, now it’s your turn.
Go ahead and make sure to write down at least 3 main things to cover in each chapter.
Don’t worry about covering everything, just focus on the 3 most important things for
now.
This is an important step, as it will make writing the book very easy and
straightforward. Set your timer for 30-60 minutes while doing this.
Once you’ve finished this, move on to Step 6.

Step 6 – Write 500-1000 Words For Each Chapter, Or
Record Yourself Talking About
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to write each chapter of your book, or to
record yourself talking about it.
Create Each Chapter Of Your Book
You’re now ready to begin writing your book, kind of.
You see, I have two different strategies that I’ve personally used to write a book.
One strategy is to actually write the book myself.
In this case, what I’d recommend is to write 500-1000 words for each chapter that we
just created in the previous lesson.
Writing your book can be fun. It also shouldn’t require much time for you to do this, as
you already know what each chapter will cover and you will now just have to write up
a few paragraphs on it.
The other strategy that I use is to record myself talking about each chapter. I use
something called Dragon Naturally Speaking, which will record my voice and
automatically transcribe it to text.
This method does cost some money – but it will make things much easier for you if you
absolutely do not want to write.
The other strategy is that you could still record yourself talking about each chapter and
then hire a human transcriber to transcribe it for you.
This costs a bit of money too, but you can do it rather inexpensively using websites like
Fiverr.
If you don’t want to spend the money, then I’d suggest to just write each chapter
yourself.
Even if you’re a slow typist or a horrible writer, you should still easily be able to write
each chapter in less than an hour per chapter.
When writing, do not worry about perfect sentence structure or grammar or spelling.
Just think of this as a draft and try to focus on writing fast.
Do not filter your thoughts, just write. We can proof- read and go over it later. Set your
timer for each chapter and begin writing!
I’d suggest to set the timer for 30 minutes for now and see how much you can write in
that amount of time.
The average typing speed is 50-60 words per minute, so that should mean if you’re
writing a 500 word chapter, then you could technically do it in about 10 minutes.
Of course, I understand there is some creativity involved and it might take longer than
that, which is why I like to set the timer to 30 or 60 minutes per chapter.
Once you get into a flow, it will become easier and you’ll become faster with your
future chapters.
If you catch yourself taking too long to write each chapter, then I’d suggest that you’re
still too much in your head and trying to make sure things are perfect.
STOP! Stop filtering your thoughts and just write!
If you find you have “writers block”, then I’d suggest to take a quick break and change
your state and physiology.
One of the easiest ways to overcome writers block is to get out of your head and go for
a quick walk or exercise.
Just taking a 10 minute break and doing some physical will alter your state and get you
out of your head, which will make writing much easier.
Begin writing each chapter now. Don’t forget to include your Introduction and
Conclusion.
Once complete a rough draft of each chapter, move on to Step 7.
Links And Resources
Dragon Naturally Speaking: http://www.nuance.com/dragon/index.htm
Fiverr: www.fiverr.com

Step 7 – Proof Read Your Book
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to proof read your book.
Proof Read Your Book
Did you finish writing each chapter of your book? If so, congratulations. The hard part
is now over. You now just have to proof read the book and complete some of the
finishing touches before you’re ready to publish it.
Before proof reading your book, I’d recommend to take a 30 minute break. The reason
why I suggest taking a break is so that you can change your state and come back to look
at your work from a different space.
When you look at your writing from a different state and begin to go over it, you will
begin to look at things differently and will begin to notice mistakes that you may have
made or other things that you can include.
If possible, take a longer break than 30 minutes – just make sure that you are aware of
your deadline and don’t put this off. When you’re ready to come back, continue on with
the rest of this step.
Okay, ready to begin proof reading?
Make sure your energy is high and you’re ready to go through this.
When proof reading, I recommend to read your book out loud.
The reason for this, is you will keep your energy high and you will be able to see how
things sound to you out loud and not just in your head.
If anything doesn’t sound right or you notice mistakes, then correct them and re-read the
sentence again until it sounds right. Go through each chapter one by one while doing
this. Set your timer for 15 or 30 minutes for each chapter.
Do the best that you can with this. Again, it doesn’t have to be perfect – we can always
come back and change things later.
When finished, continue on to Step 8.

Step 8 – Have Someone Else Proof Read Your Book
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to have someone else proof read your book.
Have Someone Else Proof Read Your Book
How did the proof reading go?
Were you able to improve your book?
I hope so.
In this step, I recommend for you to have someone else proof read your book and go
over it.
The reason for this is because by having someone else go through your book, they will
notice things that you missed. You will get an outsiders perspective on your writing and
gain some valuable feedback.
This step isn’t mandatory, but I do recommend it.
You don’t necessarily have to have a professional proof read your book, even a friend
or family member will do. If you want to hire someone, you could always go to Fiverr
and do a search for a proof reader.
There’s many people that can go over your book and proof read it in less than 24 hours
and send it back to you.
Again, this is optional – I’ve published many books that I personally have proof read on
my own successfully.
Once you’ve had someone else proof read your book, or you’re comfortable with it and
feel that it’s good enough, then move on to Step 9.
Links And Resources
Fiverr: www.fiverr.com

Step 9 – Come Up With A Title For Your Book
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to come up with a title for your book.
Come Up With A Book Title
You’re almost finished!
Now that the book is complete, you just need to come up with a title for your book.
When coming up with a title, you want to make sure that it clearly describes what your
book is about and mentions the benefits of your book.
As mentioned at the beginning of this training, people buy benefits.
The title is extremely important in selling people.
Your title should consis t of a TITLE and a SUB TITLE. I like to make my title short, no
more than 4 words. I then make my sub- title longer and more descriptive.
For example, for the Binge Eating example, here’s some titles that I could use:
The Binge Eating Cure
The Binge Eating Solution
Stop Binge Eating Now
Do you see how the titles are short and have a benefit?
For a sub title, I could use the following:
The Most Effective, Permanent Solution To Finally Overcome Binge Eating Disorder
For Life
How To Stop Binge Eating Disorder And Compulsive Eating In 30 Days
Secrets To Overcoming Binge Eating Disorder From An Ex-Binge Eater
You see how these are descriptive and contain more benefits?
I’d suggest to come up with at least 10 potential titles that you could use to name your
book.
Think of your title as a HEADLINE. It needs to grab people’s attention and makes them
think, “I want that!”
Once you come up with 10, then begin eliminating a few and narrow it down to the best
3.
When you have the best 3, then I’d recommend to get some feedback on your title from
some of your friends.
You could ask people on Facebook or Twitter, or just call people up.
Take your time with your title, it’s important.
Make sure that it sounds good to you and more importantly, is something that will
compel people to buy your book.
Once you’ve come up with your title, then congratulations, you’re almost done. You’re
ready for Step 10.

Step 10 – Choose A Platform To Publish Your Book On
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, I’m going to show you how to choose a platform to publish your book on.
The Best Platform To Publish Your Book On
Congratulations, you’ve finished writing your book!
Whew… how does it feel?
You’re one of the few who do versus the many that talk.
There’s only one step remaining, which is to choose a platform to publish your book on.
The platform that you choose to publish your book on will determine the best strategy
for you to market your book and begin selling it.
You will also need to format your book for that particular platform as well, as each
platform is different.
Let me share with you what your options are.
The biggest and most popular platform to publish your book on is Amazon Kindle. They
are by far the top retailer of books in the world and from my experience, you will make
the most amount of money with them.
They are by far my favourite.
The other most popular options are Nook (Barnes and Nobles), Kobo (Chapters), and
Smashwords.
These other ones aren’t as popular as Amazon Kindle, but they can still be another
distribution channel for you to publish your book.
With Amazon, you have the option of publishing your book as an e-book on Kindle.
I’ve found this to be the easiest way to get your book out there, as you can just upload
your book file on Amazon and begin selling it right away.
If you want to create a paperback or hardcopy version of your book, you can also easily
do so using CreateSpace, which is affiliated with Amazon. This can allow you to
publish an e-book and print version of your book. I’d recommend to do both!
You can also explore other options of distribution later, but based on my experience,
Kindle and Amazon are your best bet.
In order to publish your book on Kindle, you are required to format it a specific way so
that it looks good in a Kindle reader.
You will also need to learn how to market and promote your Kindle book on Amazon,
so that you can begin making money from your new book.
f you want to learn my complete step-by-step process of how to publish your book on
Kindle and make money from your book, then check out my course called Kindle Money
Mastery.
Kindle Money Mastery will show you how you can successfully rank your book in
Amazon for your specific keywords and in your categories, so that you can turn your
book into a bestseller.
To find out more, go to: www.kmoneymastery.com
Thank you for completing this course!
I wish you the best of luck with your new book and now it’s your duty to get it out there
to as many people as possible and begin adding value.
Good luck!
Links And Resources
Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP):http//kdp.amazon.com
Nook (Barnes And Noble): https://www.nookpress.com/
Kobo (Chapters): https://www.kobo.com/writinglife
Smashwords:http://www.smashwords.com/about/how_to_publish_on_smashwords
CreateSpace: http://www.createspace.com
Kindle Money Mastery: http://www.kmoneymastery.com

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encourage you to do so. It’s called Kindle Money Mastery, and it has a step-by-step
video training on how to publish, market, and make money from Kindle e-books.
You can check that out here:

VSL 7 – CB, Video + Copy, Richard Design

Conclusion
I really want to thank you for reading this book. I sincerely hope that you received value
from it and it helps you write your own book fast! Now it’s up to you to take action and
apply what you’ve learned here.
If you want to use the How To Write A Book In 24 Hours Or Less video program, I
want to invite you to check it out here: http://www.24hourbook.com
If you received value from this book, then I’d like to ask you for a favour. Would you
be kind enough to leave a review for this book on Amazon?
I want to reach as many people as I can with this book, and more reviews will help me
accomplish that!
Not only that, but you will get some good karma and will increase your chances of
getting more reviews for your Kindle books also. 🙂
Thank you for your time. I wish you the best of luck with your Kindle books!
Stefan Pylarinos
Founder of ProjectLifeMastery.com
Creator of the KMoneyMastery.com
Creator of the 24HourBook.com

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