How I Earned $160,000 in Passive Income from Writing Non-fiction Books

1. You don’t have to be an Authority

2. Solve a Micro-Problem you know (Niching down)

3. Piggy Backing Trends

4. Write Short and Concise Books

5. Validate your Book Idea

What’s Next

Greg Lim is a technologist & author of several programming books on the side. Connect with him at twitter.com/greglim81

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Greg Lim

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Greg Lim is a technologist & author of several programming books on the side. Connect with him at twitter.com/greglim81

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