How to Create Your Own Book in Hours Instead of Months
You do not have to be a writer in order to create a book and put it up for sale on
eBay, amazon or anywhere else that you may want to sell it. As crazy as it may sound the
above sentence is totally true.
I am not talking here about getting someone else to sit and write your book for you.
Nor am I advocating hiring a ghostwriter and feeding them with information, along with
loads of your hard earned cash in order to have your precious and enterprising thoughts
put onto paper or the computer word processor.
Quite simply instead of this, you can search for and locate an old book in the public
domain, then go out and obtain an original copy of the creation and use it as the basis
for a new and even more creative work, that belongs entirely to yourself.
Old Books on which copyright have expired are ripe for turning into new books, ebooks,
CD's, Audio files, et cetera, using the minimum amount of time possible. Find a niche
market that you like or have researched on, to ascertain your probable market and whether
you believe that you can make some real money from it.
When you have found your market you then need to obtain an old book or reference work
from the public domain to use as the basis for creating your wholly owned new product,
ready to earn fantastic amounts of cash for you.
Let us say for instance that you want to produce a book on..." Teaching your Dog to be
Obedient!" In this example then, you could go to one of the public domain download sites
such as Project Gutenberg or Google Books and do a search.
For such keywords as "Puppy Training" "How to Train Your Dog" or "Dog Obedience" or
some such similar word or phrase, type into Google's search bar and see what results are
returned. Try it for yourself if this is really your niche market. I can virtually
guarantee that you will be returned over 1 million pages for each of these phrases.
For the word "Dog" alone there are probably about 4 million pages, so I recommend
breaking this down into much smaller and more targetable niche's. With a little practise
you will quite soon find which are the best search terms to use and will be rewarded with
quantities of suitable books or references from the public domain.
Now some sites will simply allow you to download their materials and use them for
yourself, whilst others will charge you or say that you can only use the work from their
site as a reference. If the latter is the case it really should not matter too much to
you, as all you need to do is obtain for yourself an original copy of an Old Book or other
work you have found.
With this original copy in your possession nobody can challenge your ultimate right to
use the work however you desire and as your very own creation.
Staying with the example which I have given here; I.E. "Dog Obedience" you can then
alter and use the public domain work in any legal way that you see fit. You may choose
just to publish your new book exactly as it was when originally authored, or you could
re-publish your Old Book as a "How To Course" and turn each chapter into an individual
section for your new course or part work.