Do You Fear Writing an eBook?

I promise. Writing an eBook is really not that hard or terribly difficult. Impossible? No way, guys. Writing and self-publishing an eBook feels a little scary at first but quite simple. Imagine writing a 6,000 word blog post over 3-7 days. Does that sound impossible? Of course not. Now, imagine formatting those 6,000 words into a PDF for various digital storefronts or for Kindle, for Amazon. Think it through. Why do you fear this process of writing 6,000 words and formatting the words for eBook?

I wrote and self-published over 100 eBooks. Knowing this process helps me convey the idea of simplicity to you. Write words. Format words. Self-publish. I did it 100 plus times. You do not need to fear something I did 100 plus times because I am not talented or a genius or some wizard. Ryan Biddulph is a normal guy who writes content to help people. I never see myself in any other light. Sure I feel confident and clear on writing and self-publishing eBooks. I even wrote an eBook to help you write and publish an eBook in 24 hours. Buy it here:

How to Write and Publish an eBook in 24 Hours

Largely though, I simply write content and help people. Why do you fear doing the same? Why do you fear writing words, formatting words and self-publishing the words through a digital storefront like Amazon? Fear of criticism rears its ugly head. Perhaps you fear 1 star reviews from snarky jerks. But why fear the opinion of unhappy, miserable, jealous people? Have compassion for these fools. Only fellow morons trust angry critics who give energy to what they do not want, over what they do what. Do you fear nobody will buy your eBook? What happens if nobody buys it? Will the world stop rotating? Will you die in shame? Why you slam your head into the wall out of frustration? No, no, and no. Do you know what happens? You learn from the experience, promote the eBook effectively, write your next eBook and more people will buy both eBooks.

Crawl down the rabbit hole of eBook self-publishing fears. Each fear feels intense but is untrue. All fears you cling to regarding writing words and formatting for eBook cannot be honest, true or accurate, because fear is illusion and love, abundance and prosperity are real. Every fear you feel regarding self-publishing eBooks arose because you let other folk’s fears into your mind. As a little kid, did you fear doing anything? Usually, no. Little kids are filled with fearlessness, promise and possibility. Little kids do not say they dream of being an astronaut, then go ahead and list 15 fears about trying to be an astronaut, talking themselves out of living their dreams. Adults do that stuff. Adults do that stuff because adult were exposed to, accepted and embraced fears from fear-filled people around them, from childhood on up.

At the end of the day guys, you either cower in fear and never write the eBook or face fear and write the eBook. 100% of the time, you choose what to do. Why not decide to write the thing? Buy my eBook above. I set you straight. Also, shop from my 100 plus eBooks for more inspiration. Seeing my simple, to the point, powerful, practical style may give you ideas that you previously overlooked. People wrongly assume eBooks need be 500,000 word, War and Peace style epics. Nope. Amazon lists a short reads category from 30-45 minutes, perfect for your 6,000 word eBook. Think of writing 12, 500-word blog posts. That, my friends, is a 6,000 word eBook. If it takes longer than a day or week to write and self-publish the eBook, that is OK, too. Just write the darn thing. You deserve to inspire people, to influence folks and to earn passive income through self-publishing eBooks.

Written by Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author, and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon and can help you build a successful blog at

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