Let's rip off the Band-Aid and get your book OUT OF YOUR WAY in 7 days.


Still stuck writing your first book?

Oh, you're still in the planning phase?

Or maybe you're in the "research" period?

Or you're about to start Procrastination Therapy?

Oh sure, you'll get to your Best Book Ever but first, let's get your worst book done.

10 Minutes to Crush Your Limiting Beliefs

Just 7 Days of the "TriTiTo" Magic Potion and you're cured of procrastination, perfectionism, and other limiting beliefs.

You don't even have to go to the Amazon rainforest.

 

Yep, I know.

This is your real goal.

Here's the thing.

We put so much pressure on creating the best, the greatest, the highest-grossing, best-selling, more profoundly-preposterously precious pile of perfect prose that one thing is going to happen:

It's not going to happen.

Through 28 books of my own and countless people who tug on my jacket tail and whisper to me, "Psst! Hey, I have a great book idea." I have come to the delicious conclusion that we need an intervention.

It's time to write our worst book ever and do it BEFORE we write our best one.

That time is now.

P.S. If you want to secretly write your best book ever in this 7-Day Challenge, security will quietly escort you out the back door.


What, Exactly, Are We Talking About Here?

7 Days = Your Book Done

  • 7-Day Challenge
  • Daily Update Emails
  • Accountability FB Group (Private)
  • How-To Videos (see "curriculum" below)
  • Terrible book cover templates
  • Ridiculous Book Title Ideas
  • Easy To-Do Lists
  • Fun


PRO TIP: What you'll learn in this challenge will equip you to write and publish a book.

Alumni Achievements

A smattering of smut from a selection of our esteemed graduates.

Reginald 
"When I Retire"
Rogers

A surprising favorite procrastination tactic is to wait until you retire.


Reginald decided to make himself the joke of his own procrastination proclivities and write his first book about it.

Pete 
"Procrastination" 
Pardonheim

Pete was pretty pumped to prep for the preparation of the pre-publication prose.


Yeah, that wasn't going to happen. Ever.


He created this nifty planner for his friends in "PA" to keep track of the projects they've accomplished.


(PA is a non-profit organization, Procrastinator's Anonymous. They meet weekly starting next week.)

Melanie 
"Moonbeam" 
Millerton

Melanie had been waiting for the stars to align with Jupiter before she started writing her book.


Luckily, we got to her before the aliens did and now she's working on a children's book, "Pluto is a Dog."

"I'll write a book when I retire."

Do you have "write a book" on your bucket list when you retire? Together with finally going to Hawaii, learning the guitar, and making amends with cousin Samantha?

Reginald "When I Retire" Rogers decided to take his future into his own hands and, hold off Samantha, I got a book to write!

 

7 Days

Not 7 weeks, 7 months, and absolutely not 7 years.

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How to Write Your Worst Book Ever

I know, you want to write your Best Book Ever. We'll get to that.

"I'm going to write the greatest novel of all time!" "It's going to be a best seller!" "I just have to work a few more years on it!" "Just one more Ph.D., 14 more expert interviews, 2 more marriages, and the book will be ready!"


See a trend?


Hint: none of these books will ever get done.

Bradley Charbonneau

Author of 28 Books


My most popular book is called "Every Single Day."

It's not called "Every Single Create Your Best--and Only Your Best Work or Don't Even Bother--Day."

I can sum things up in how this challenge is going to work in 3 steps:

  1. Action
  2. Deadline
  3. Accountability

We'll provide #2 and #3. From you? I need #1.


FAQ

Got questions? Me, too. Answers? I have some of those, too.

Is this a joke?

No. It's really 7 days where we'll all write a short book together.

But we will joke. A lot.

Will I really get a book done?

Yes.

Is it self-paced or on certain dates?

7 specific days when we'll all be working on our individual books together.


Can you guarantee my book will not win awards?

Yes.

Will there be an anthology of the worst of the worst books?

Yes.

Seriously.

Can I write a serious book and spend 7 years and ask 248 publishing questions and have you edit my book and get unlimited revisions on my self-designed cover?

No.

"Tomorrow and someday are not days on a calendar."

Pete "Procrastination" Pardonheim was pretty sure he had "write a book" in his agenda for next week but he started using a new agenda and also next week was supposed to be his "catch up" week so ... what about after that?

 

If you're ready to laugh AT yourself, get over your pride, and get this alien being out of your system, sign up

$47

How to Write Your Worst Book Ever

I know, you want to write your Best Book Ever. We'll get to that.

"I'm going to write the greatest novel of all time!" "It's going to be a best seller!" "I just have to work a few more years on it!" "Just one more Ph.D., 14 more expert interviews, 2 more marriages, and the book will be ready!"


See a trend?


Hint: none of these books will ever get done.

"Forget the stars, my stars have aligned."

Melanie "Moonbeam" Millerton was waiting for the moons of Jupiter to align with the suns of a galaxy I couldn't spell and ...

It was out of her hands. Literally.

She's now has the whole wide world in her hands. ;-)