Learn How to Create Your Own EBook. The 6-Hour eBook Review

create your own ebookWriting an eBook is the kind of chore most people run away from. Fast. Truth is, is a chore. In fact, it’s a chore that feels completely daunting. The problem is that if you want to make money on the internet, you need a product. You can make a bit of money selling other peoples products for a commission, but the flexibility you’ll have with your own product can be the difference between a three figure income and a six figure income.

Digital products are either software or information. That means you can either learn how to code, learn how to write, or pay someone to do it for you. If you’re trying to break into the internet marketing business you’ll find that software coders are rather expensive. While competent writers tend to be less expensive than that, they’re not cheap.

Even for those of us who can code, we still need some writing skills for various things like sales pages and help files. The bottom line is that writing is a necessary skill. There are many products out there that will teach various forms of writing, this one focuses on a subset that is too often ignored, and too often blocks new writers from actually getting something done.

The 6-Hour eBook is a product that teaches how to organize your time and put your ideas in an order that your readers can understand quickly and effectively. If you follow the system, you will be able blow right past the writer’s block problem that most people face when they start a project the size of an eBook or larger.

Mialei Iske has put together a writing system that will speed your projects up to a point that writing them can actually become a pleasure. The eBook is worth the money, but when you add the mind map, the checklists, the audio for the mobile folks, and the bonus courses on specific writing styles, you have a product that is worth a whole lot more than the little she is asking for it.

The downside is that while The 6-Hour eBook will definitely have you writing an eBook in 6 hours, it’s still a lot of work. Of course nothing is easy at this level or everyone would be doing it. Be sure to follow Mialei’s instructions to the letter.

You’ll find the 6-hour eBook at RustyCampbell.com/recommends/6hourebook.

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    At least one person yesterday lost his life in Ikere-Ekiti, Ekiti
    State, as protesters ground the town for several hours over the protracted
    crisis surrounding the relocation of the state College of Education in the town to Ifaki-Ekiti, the country home of Governor Segun Oni.

    The victim, Ola Alonge, 44, son of one of the high chiefs
    of the town, Chief Alonge Ologotun, allegedly fell to a stray bullet from the police,
    who were drafted to the scene to quell the raging tension.
    The popular Oba’s market, adjacent to the palace, was sacked, as market
    men and women also joined the protesters to show their grievances over
    the relocation of the college.

    Ikere-Ekiti, the second largest town in the State,
    was turned to a ghost town, as the main road leading to
    Akure, the Ondo State capital, was closed to traffic.

    The irate youths of the town made bonfires on key junctions
    and barricaded the roads with rickety vehicles, drums, iron rods, wooden objects and other missiles.

    Vehicles coming from Ado-Ekiti, the state capital heading
    for Akure, Ise-Ekiti, Emure-Ekiti, Igbara-Odo and other towns,
    were turned back by the rioters, while some shops and business centres
    belonging to some indigenes of the town who supported the relocation, were vandalised.

    The state government, had immediately after establishing TUNEDIK declared its
    intention to establish a new college of education, a decision which did not go down well with a section of the Ikere community who maintained that
    the college, having been on the Ikere soil, should not be taken elsewhere.

    The protest, which started on a peaceful note, later snowballed into anarchy,
    the development that warranted the monarch of the town, Oba Samuel
    Adegoke Adegboye, Akayejo II, to be ferried out of palace to circumvent the wrath of the irate protesters.

    The rioters never intended to invade the palace, but the death of Ola, one of the arrowheads of
    the protest, had necessitated the invasion
    The state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Chris Ola, confirmed the death
    of Alonge and the arrest of, at least, 20 persons in connection with the riot.

    All the chiefs of the town had also fled
    to unknown destinations with the palace besieged by the angry mob, who confronted the
    riot policemen drafted to the town to restore law and order as the remains of the victim wrapped in blue loin cloth, laid on a bench by the palace gate.

    Oni had during his State of the State address in which he gave
    account of his stewardship two weeks ago, confirmed that college had moved to Ifaki
    with the take-off of The University of Education, Ikere-Ekiti (TUNEDIK).

    The protesters, who carried placards of different inscriptions, demanded that the college, which
    had been in the town since 1978, be restored by the state government, claiming that the relocation of the
    college would deprive the town and its inhabitants of income and development.

    According to the leaflets given to reporters by the organizers of the protest,
    the Concerned Citizens of Ikere-Ekiti, the group resisted the relocation of the college because “it has made the town more popular and has brought development to the community”.

    The group contended that the college has 14,000 students including preliminary students, 1,500 workers, 42 departments
    and 23 courses which are accredited by the relevant government agencies unlike TUNEDIK which has capacity for 500
    students and only boasts of six courses and 200 staff.

    “The College of Education, Ikere is the pride of the Ikere community; it has promoted the community far and wide because since its establishment in 1978, it has brought changes to the lives of citizens both at home and in the Diaspora.
    “The relocation will make the Ikere community go back to their past
    era. The youths in the community will leave their community to search for
    greener pastures as the relocation will reduce the revenue
    accruing to our local government council due to low population.

    “The school which has 46 fully-accredited departments and another affiliated faculty will promote the community both at home and abroad because the school had been in existence over thirty years ago and it will continue to grow and there is going to be stability in their programmes and purpose”, the leaflet read in part:

    Sola Ojo, one of the arrowheads of the protest, recounted the protest was peaceful despite the presence of a
    handful of policemen who, he claimed, sympathised with their cause but turned violent when a mobile policeman reportedly fired a shot which
    hit Ola in the chest.

    The irate demonstrators shortly after bringing the Ola’s corpse
    to the palace forced the gate which had been hitherto locked
    open and vandalised the palace and chanted war
    songs against the leaders of the community who they accused of a sell-out.

    Anti-riot policemen later went from house to house in the palace
    area to fish out suspected arrowheads of the protest,
    many of who were dragged out and hurled into waiting police vehicles.

    Reacting to the sordid scenario, the state government through the Secretary to
    the State Government (SSG), Chief Dare Bejide, described the incident as
    uncalled for and unfortunate.

    Bejide, who spoke on the state-owned Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State (BSES),
    said the state government had taken a final decision on the college issue,
    noting that the college and The University of Education can not exist side-by-side.

    Bejide, who expressed sadness with the development, maintained that the decision to relocate the college since the university was sited in the town was taken in consultation with the
    leaders of the Ikere community.

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