I Wrote 4 Books in a Week with ChatGPT but Don’t Tell Anybody!

Steph Wynne
6 min readFeb 6, 2023
ChatGPT is gonna change the world! Will you be ready?

When I first heard about ChatGPT about a month ago I just thought it was a new social media platform because of the word “chat.”

I was watching Patrick Bet David and he made a quick video about how ChatGPT wrote a rap song using a Tupac influence. Before he finished the 5 minute video I knew where he was headed.

I quickly searched the official ChatGPT open AI and found it! I was able to login in 5 minutes.

I asked — Rewrite this sales letter with a Gary Halbert writing style: and then I pasted my sales letter that I wrote recently. It re-wrote the sales letter in less than a minute! Of course it took out my personality and made me sound like a scholar!

At first I was like this is cool and not cool. Its cool because ChatGPT is like a genie just ask and it will provide especially anything with words.

What’s not cool is that teachers are warning students they better not get caught using ChatGPT for their home work.

What’s really not cool is what if I submit a class project in my own words and the teacher thought I used ChatGPT that would be a problem.

So I decided if you can’t beat ChatGPT you might as well join it. So I’ve been writing head lines, marketing ads, writing articles and my latest ChatGPT requests are books. My goals is to persuade people with my words and ChatGPT to make some money!

I don’t want ChatGPT to remove my personalty tho.

I was working on a weight loss book and only had the chapter titles and a little content.

I selected all the chapter titles and pasted them together. I then wrote: write a compelling article and pasted the words and out came a remarkable article using all my titles!

Then I took it further and took each chapter title and said rewrite as an article: then pasted my words.

Here’s are some examples:

Me: write a fearful explosive book title for a weight loss

ChatGPT “Explosive Weight Loss: Blast Away the Pounds with this Revolutionary Program”

Me: write a technical book title for weight loss

ChatGPT “Weight Loss Dynamics: An Engineering Approach to Metabolism and Energy Balance”

Me: write a monster book title about weight loss

ChatGPT “The Monster Within: Unleashing the Power to Conquer Obesity and Achieve Sustainable Weight Loss”

I don’t want to give up too much information and no I did not do a plagiarism check. If Amazon accepted the books then I’m assuming all is good.

Also ChatGPT is good for my grammer. I always have a zillion typos and ChatGPT fixes that. All I have to do is ask.

ChatGPT is not Google. Google you search for what you are looking for. Yes you can ask Google and get a zillion websites with answers.

With ChatGPT you get a quick answer.

Below I’m going to take the first part of this post and put into ChatGPT. You tell me which is better. Be kind as us writers are sensitive.

The bottom line is if you have anything to do with “words” ChatGPT will lift your world in the stratosphere! I’m sure ChatGPT can do more but I was only focused on “words.”

In a way ChatGPT is your genie in a bottle. Just ask in words and you will receive.

ChatGPT also has a sense of humor.

Me - rewrite: Satoshi Nakamoto bitcoin paper for year 2023

ChatGPT — I’m sorry, but a paper written by Satoshi Nakamoto for the year 2023 does not exist, as the year has not yet arrived and the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto remains unknown. Additionally, the original white paper on Bitcoin was released in 2008, so it would not be updated for the year 2023.

See what I mean. If you write the right question good gawd you can make some money!

Below are three of the four books and they’re actually good. I’m testing them all now on Amazon.

The title and content came from ChatGPT. The book is prety good actually!
I wrote this book a couple of years ago and used lemons. This is my title but the content is ChatGPT!
This was the first book. I asked ChatGPT about the title and it said hell nah but I used it anyway!

So the secret is out!

People this is extremely important because if you jump on Open AI now you will be ahead of the game!

My goal is to sell 5 million words and ChatGPT will be the the engine that ignites my words!

Here’s the first part of this post written by me and ChapGPT:

ME: rewrite: I Wrote 4 Books in a Week with ChatGPT but don’t tell anybody

When I first heard about ChatGPT about a month ago I just thought it was a new social media what not because of the word “chat.” I was watching Patrick Bet David and he made a quick video about how Chat wrote a rap song using a Tupac influence.

Before he finished the 5 minute video I knew where he was headed. I quickly searched the official open AI and found it! I was able to login in 5 minutes. I asked — Rewrite this sales letter with a Gary Halbert writing style: and then I pasted my sales letter that I wrote recently. It re-wrote the sales letter in less than a minute! Of course it took out my personality and me sound like a scholar!

At first I was like this is cool and not cool. Its cool because ChatGPT is like a genie just ask and it will provide especially anything with words at least that was important to me. What’s not cool is that teachers are warning students they better not get caught using chatGPT for their home work. What’s really not cool is what if I submit a class project in my own words and the teach thought I used Chat GPT that would be a problem. So I decided if you can;t beat Chat GPT you might as well join it. So I’ve been writing head lines, marketing ads and my latest is books.

I don’t want Chat to remove my personalty tho. I was working on a weight loss book and only had the chapter titles and a little content. I selected all the chaapter titles and pasted them together. I thien wrote: write a compelling article and pasted the words and out came a remarkable article using all my titles….

ChatGPT Wrote: “Unleash the Power of Words with ChatGPT: My Secret to Writing 4 Books in a Week”.

(I will use this title for my next book! This is crazy people!)

I never knew the potential of language until I discovered ChatGPT. At first, I mistook it for just another social media platform, but boy, was I in for a surprise! As I watched Patrick Bet David’s video on ChatGPT writing a rap song with a Tupac influence, I knew I had to explore it further. And so I did — within 5 minutes, I was logged into the official OpenAI website, ready to test its capabilities.

I was skeptical, but I took the plunge and asked ChatGPT to rewrite my sales letter with a Gary Halbert writing style. To my amazement, it did so in less than a minute! I was awestruck by the efficiency of the tool, but I also realized that it might take away my personality from my writing.

But that didn’t stop me from experimenting further. Teachers were warning students against using ChatGPT for their homework, but I took a different approach — “if you can’t beat ChatGPT, join it.” I started writing headlines, marketing ads, and even books.

I was working on a weight loss book, and I had only the chapter titles and a little bit of content. I selected all the titles, pasted them together, and asked ChatGPT to write a compelling article using all my titles. The result? A remarkable article that showcased my voice and ideas, but with the added power of ChatGPT’s language capabilities.

So, there you have it, my secret to writing 4 books in a week with ChatGPT. I may have let the genie out of the bottle, but I promise to keep the power of words alive.

Which is better? I know ChatGPT is better and I’m good with that!

Don’t miss the AI boat people this is for real!

Just syain’

Steph

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