I bought Britt Malka’s “Divide and Conquer” report out of curiosity. I’ve been writing nonfiction — mostly for traditional publishers — since the 1980s. I still write a lot of nonfiction, especially shorter books that I publish myself.
Her report was a surprise. (That’s an understatement.) It’s not the same old “how to get 5 articles/books/videos out of one idea.” Far from it.
I spent about an hour going through this report. Using Britt’s suggestions, I produced a list of 28 short, nonfiction books (in one sub-niche) that I can write with little or no research.
Many of them can be written in a single day. The others will take me three days at the very most.
Since Britt’s report is $9, the 28 book ideas works out to about thirty* cents per idea. Even better, these are GOOD book ideas… not just “sure, why not?” ideas. I won’t be writing fluff, and I won’t be repeating myself.
Readers will like these books.
My first book from Britt’s report
This past week, I wrote one in two half-days. (I worked on other projects for half of each day, and then dictated — to Dragon Naturally Speaking — for a couple of hours.)
I edited that book the next day, and created its cover. (I continued working on my other projects, as well.)
On the third day, after one final pass, I published the book. With no marketing — not even mentioning the book on social media — copies were already selling.
I won’t claim that starting with an Amazon rank of #150,000 is great, but this is a niche where I’m competing with TV stars who write their own books.
So, I was pretty happy with that rank on the first day.
Today (four days later), my book is on page one at Amazon Kindle, for its top keyword phrase. And, my book outranks the current best-sellers of two TV stars in that same niche.
I’m pleased. And, I’ll write another book from my new list, later this week.
Yes, I recommend Britt’s report.
Once again, I’m impressed by how well Britt writes reports to spark fresh book ideas and insights.
This report can pay for itself (in book profits) in less than a week… maybe much less. (In my case, it’s already a winner.)
After that, I’m confident these books will continue selling for years.
But here’s my usual advice: This only way this report is worth buying is if you actually write more books. (And, if you’re already writing and this would be a distraction, skip it… for now. Don’t get sidetracked. Finish your current books!)
Britt offers solid, evergreen book ideas. They’re different. If you’re like me, you’ll see fresh topics many authors will never think of.
When I checked my sub-niche, only three (of the 28 ideas) had any competition at all.
And, checking the competition, I thought of four more book ideas for that audience.
If you’re writing nonfiction (or have ever thought about it), you probably need this report. Here’s the link (not an affiliate link): Britt Malka’s E-Book Series Ideas (aka “Divide and Conquer”)
*When I first rushed through this article, I said three cents. That was, obviously, a typo. It should have said thirty (30) cents. Either way, this report still delivers remarkable value.