The illiterates guide to writing ebooks

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781458114808
About Jestin Lightner

I learned how to play guitar from the devil himself. I wrote short stories and songs throughout the years and most of my short stories were oriented around the planes because planescape was cool back in the nineties and spelljammer was old. I also wrote a five hundred page poetry book based on love and LSD trips back in the nineties. That was back while I was playing in a band called Hollow and plotting to take over the world with a religion based on my music. It was alot to ask for someone coming from a garage and a donut shop. Later on in life I was sitting in jail and was like, WTF, I can write better than this crap they are force feeding us in here and so I finally finished my first book. I now have a few titles to please my audience including original home brew Vampire The Masquerade adventures and a D&D supplement on top of The Battle For The Red Gates and EVN. Also if your interested I have prepared an ebook on the subject of writing your own ebook and it is perfect for the newb in us all.

Here is my reverbnation page if you wanna check out some of my music...

http://www.reverbnation.com/Hollow8Nothing

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Review by: Tiffany Haynes on June 29, 2011 :
It was very quick read.
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Review by: Jay Squires on March 23, 2011 :
I read with great interest your snazzy little tract on writing, fleshing out and marketing. You did a helluva lot in few words. For that I commend you. It should help a lot of beginning writers to get their feet wet in the self-publishing business. I would like to have seen you take a little more time editing without disrupting the excellent conversationality (phew!) of your tone. Thanks for the advise. Free is nice.

Jay
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Review by: W. Addison Gast on March 08, 2011 :
Interesting. I read it on my NOOK while doing a BM and finished both at the same time.
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Review by: Allan R. Wallace on March 08, 2011 :
Just what the description said, short and sweet. Use this as an early guide and learn more as you make things happen. *enjoy*
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Review by: joe bob on March 06, 2011 :
A good quick read. Certainly worth a once over.
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Review by: tough stuff on March 06, 2011 :
Written in a way I could easily understand. not alot of useless fluff like the other writers brings to the table on the matter.
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Review by: Joel branson on March 06, 2011 :
Not bad at all. Cuts past all the B.S. found in similar titles and really gets to the root of the matter. The author has a hilarious bite to his words as well. I nearly laughed the whole way through.
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