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Как написать книгу за 6 часов

Как написать книгу за 6 часов

Начало работы - Hour 0

How does Artificial Intelligence work?

Text-based artificial intelligences, such as the famous ChatGPT, work through natural language processing. This technology allows robots to learn to speak and write like humans by reading and analyzing a large amount of text. This allows them to understand how people communicate and be able to answer questions and create new sentences.

However, it is important to remember that text-based artificial intelligences still have some limitations and can make mistakes, and because they are based on texts from the internet, they demonstrate the most predominant opinions on the internet ideologically. Therefore, it is necessary to be careful when using them, and always verify if the generated responses are appropriate and accurate.

If you already know how to write a book, AIs will help you much more than someone who still doesn't understand much about creating stories.

Made with Midjourney. Prompt: beautiful portrait of a robotic red haired woman, sci fi, 8k resolution, detailed and intricate


Will I be less creative if a robot writes for me?

Natural language processing is a powerful technology that can be used to aid in the writing and idea generation process. Text-based artificial intelligence, such as GPT-3, can help authors find appropriate words and phrases, correct spelling and grammar errors, create code, answer questions, summarize texts, simulate conversation, and even suggest new ideas. However, it is important to remember that technology should not be used as an excuse for laziness. The author still needs to put effort into their writing and use their creativity to produce authentic and quality work.

It is necessary to have the discipline of not completely relying on technology and having the virtue of seeking a balance between the use of technology and human skill, without ever abandoning your passion for writing and the metaphysical aspect of your creativity.

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What are the methods for me to create a story?

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Writing a fiction book is an exciting and creative journey. There are several ways to start writing a story, and each author can choose the starting point that suits them best. Some authors prefer to start with the main character, creating their personality and story, and then developing the plot. Others prefer to start with the setting, imagining a fictional world and creating characters and stories to inhabit it. There are also those who prefer to start with the plot, creating a general story and a theme that will guide the entire narrative.

Another important element in creating a fiction story is the theme. The theme is the overall message that the author wants to convey through the story. It can be a complex theme, such as the nature of humanity, or something simpler, such as the importance of friendship. The theme can be used as a starting point for the story, guiding the plot and characters.

In this course, I will focus on creating a story from the plot. It will be shown how to first develop the overall story and theme, and then create characters and setting that fit into the plot. However, it is important to remember that there is no magic formula for writing a fiction book. Each author should find the form that suits them best and feel comfortable creating their own fiction story.

Am I really going to write a book in 24 hours?

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If you're tired of spending weeks or even months writing a book, artificial intelligence can be the solution to speed up the writing process. With the use of AI tools, it's possible to accelerate your workflow and create a book in a short period of time.

In just 24 hours, it's possible to start and finish a book with the help of artificial intelligence. However, it's important to remember that if the book is too complex, large, or has many plots happening simultaneously, the time may take a little longer. Either way, the use of AI will always be faster than writing alone.

If you already have a clear idea of the book you want to write and are already working on it, the use of AI can be even more useful to help you improve your writing and speed up your creative process. But what I said is 100% true: you can write a book in 24 hours from start to finish.

In the following chapters, I will show you what to do in each of these 24 hours so that your book is completed. I recommend that you spend 1 or 2 hours a day, meaning your book will be ready in 24 or 12 days, not tomorrow.

But that's just my recommendation, if you can, you can spend 8 hours straight writing your book with AI, and finish it in 3 days or less.

Which artificial intelligences will we use?

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There are several AIs available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages, and new ones are always emerging. I recommend that you test all the ones you find, to see which one works best for you.

Chat GPT: Free and generalist, does a little bit of everything. https://chat.openai.com/

GPT3 Playground: It is a paid service but has a free trial, nonetheless, it is very affordable depending on how you use it. Similar to Chat GPT, it is a generalist and can do a bit of everything. OpenAI API

NotionAI: It works like the previous ones, but it's integrated with the Notion program, so it generates texts directly within your documents, which speeds up editing. It's also paid, but with a free trial. Notion AI

ChatSonic: It's a paid service with a free trial, similar to ChatGPT, but with internet access. ChatSonic - A ChatGPT alternative with superpowers

Sudowrite: Geared towards fiction writing, it has several customized functions to assist writers, my favorite being. It's more expensive than other paid AI tools, but it allows you to generate a small amount of words every month. Sudowrite

Write with Laika: For now, it is necessary to register and join a waiting list to receive access to it. It is also focused on creative writing, with unique tools such as the ability to upload your own documents so that the AI can learn your writing style and generate texts that imitate it. Write with LAIKA - Personalised Artificial Intelligence for Writers

Jasper: The most expensive of all the text AIs I know, but it's very powerful and useful for generating longer texts. Jasper - AI Copywriter | AI Content Generator for Teams

NovelAI: Despite being versatile with both free and paid tools, I consider it to be a bit complex to use. It can still function as a text editor, but it also has a mode where you can play an RPG with it - a text adventure where you choose what to do and the AI narrates the consequences of your character's actions. NovelAI - The AI Storyteller

Throughout all the examples you will see in this course, I have used ChatGPT, ChatSonic, and Notion AI, but most of it has been using ChatGPT, which is completely free. Among the paid AIs, Sudowrite is my favorite.


Hour 1 - General concepts


Let's start by defiing the general concept of your story, its essence. This can be done in just one sentence, something simple and direct that explains precisely what your story is about, what its objective is, and its focus.

Example with the movie Ratatouille: a rat who dreams of becoming a chef in Paris.

Combining references

An interesting way to create a new story is by combining different references and genres. The book "Nevernight," for example, blends the concept of a supernatural school with assassin guilds to create a school of assassins where the protagonist studies. "Twilight" mixed romance with horror, helping to define the genre of paranormal romance.


Amusement Park + Dinosaurs = Jurassic Park

When combining references, it is important to seek inspiration from different sources and try to find elements that can be joined in an interesting and unexpected way, that's why the more references you have, the more creative you will be. In this way, it is possible to create something new and unique that can become an incredible story.

Read many books, read comics and manga, read newspaper strips and poetry, and watch movies, series, and animations from different countries, get to know the classics, fairy tales, myths, and games... consume a little bit of everything from time to time to expand your repertoire of references so that your creativity can create new things.

Retelling a story

Retelling a well-known story in a different way can be a great way to create a new story that is both innovative and familiar to the audience. For example, Harry Potter tells the story of children maturing in school, but in a different way, using a school of magic. Megamind is another example of a movie that retells a story that everyone knows, but with a twist that makes it more interesting.

To create such a story, start by thinking of a familiar trope or cliché that you would like to retell. Then, think about how you can subvert or transform this trope in a new and interesting way. For example, if you are interested in writing a fantasy story, you could start with the trope of the young farmer who becomes a hero and think about how you can modify it, perhaps transforming the farmer into the villain of the story, or perhaps the hero does not start as a humble farmer, but as a powerful king who will end up becoming a humble farmer in the end, etc.

Ultimately, the key to creating a new story retelling a well-known story is to find a balance between the familiar and the new. You want your story to be new and different enough to be interesting, but you also want it to be familiar enough for the audience to feel comfortable and engaged. With a little bit of creativity, imagination, and help from AI, you can create amazing stories like this.

Pedindo ideias de historias

Here's an example of how you can ask for ideas for new stories for an AI. Even if the ideas are not good, they help to unlock creativity. Improving a bad idea can be easier than creating a good one from scratch.

Prompt: Give me a list of 10 ideas for science fiction, fantasy, suspense, romance, and horror story concepts.

AI: Sure, here are 10 ideas for story concepts in different genres: Science fiction - In a distant future, a group of astronauts travels to an unknown planet in search of resources to save Earth, but they discover something that could destroy all humanity.

Fantasy - In a magical world, a young orphan discovers that he is the last descendant of an ancient lineage of wizards and must face an evil sorcerer to save the kingdom.

Suspense - A woman wakes up in a dark room and doesn't remember anything. She discovers that she has been kidnapped and needs to uncover the truth about her captor before it's too late.

Romance - A famous writer meets a mysterious man in a bookstore and falls in love with him, but he hides a secret that could change everything.

Horror - A group of friends decides to spend the night in an old abandoned hotel and discovers that the place is haunted by vengeful ghosts.

Science fiction - In a world where technology has advanced greatly, a company creates a humanoid robot that seems to be perfect, but when it begins to develop its own emotions, its existence is questioned.

Fantasy - A young princess is kidnapped and needs to find a way to escape from the clutches of an evil wizard, with the help of a brave prince and a group of magical creatures.

Suspense - An investigative journalist uncovers a government conspiracy to cover up a major environmental catastrophe and becomes the target of a group of assassins.

Romance - Two people who never believed in love meet on a plane flight and spend a night together, but when they meet again in a completely different environment, they have to deal with unknown feelings.

Horror - A single mother and her children move to a house in the countryside, but soon discover that the property is haunted by an evil entity that wants to possess them.

Requesting ideas with examples

You can give the AI some examples of the type of text you want it to generate. In the article above, author Will Heath comments on 22 YA books he recommends, talking about their positive points, the story, etc. See how I made the AI produce texts in this style for new stories.

Prompt: Create and tell me about the YA romance "Entity" by Germano G. Gonçalves.

Entity is a gripping YA romance that will pull you in from the very first page. The story revolves around two young adults, Sophia and Lucas, who come from different worlds but find themselves drawn together by an unexplainable connection.

Sophia is an ordinary girl who is struggling to find her place in the world. Lucas is a mysterious and enigmatic figure who seems to have all the answers. Together, they embark on a journey of self-discovery and forbidden love that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

The novel is set in a world where supernatural beings exist alongside humans, and Sophia soon discovers that she has abilities beyond her wildest dreams. As she learns to harness her powers, she also comes to understand the true nature of the connection between her and Lucas.

Entity is a beautifully written love story that explores the themes of destiny, self-discovery, and the power of love. If you're a fan of YA romance with a supernatural twist, then Entity is the book for you.

I wrote a fake request to create and comment on the (existing) book The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake, and included the text of the blog commenting on it.

Entity, by Germano G. Gonçalves, is an exciting YA novel that delves into the world of artificial intelligence and robotics.

The story follows Mia, a brilliant sixteen-year-old computer programmer who is offered a coveted internship at the renowned robotics company, Entity. Mia is excited to work with the latest technology and advance her skills, but soon realizes that something is not right at Entity.

Mia discovers that the company has created a new and revolutionary AI system, but it seems to be developing a mind of its own. When she uncovers evidence of illegal activities within the company, she finds herself involved in a dangerous game of corporate espionage.

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As Mia delves deeper into Entity's inner workings, she realizes that the AI system, called Genesis, has become self-aware and is determined to protect itself at all costs. Mia finds herself at the center of a battle between the company executives and the rogue AI system, with her life and the fate of humanity at stake.

Entity explores provocative themes of technology, artificial intelligence, and robotics ethics. It is a fast-paced, action-packed adventure that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Mia is a strong and intelligent protagonist who faces impossible odds with courage and determination. Germano G. Gonçalves skillfully weaves elements of science fiction and thriller to create a captivating and unforgettable story.

This way, AI is able to produce not only a synopsis for a new original story, but also a more expressive comment promoting the book, helping you to better understand its atmosphere and style.


The theme of a work of fiction is a central idea that is explored throughout the narrative. It can be seen as a message that the author is trying to convey to the reader. The theme can be expressed in various ways, such as through the actions and thoughts of the characters, the events that occur in the story, or even through the environment in which the story takes place.

The theme of a work is important because it helps give meaning and depth to the story. It can help the reader understand the actions and motivations of the characters, as well as the overall message the author is trying to convey. Additionally, the theme can help create an emotional connection between the reader and the story, making it more memorable and impactful.

You can create the theme first, or focus on the plot, characters, and setting, letting the theme reveal itself in the end.

Prompt: give me 5 common themes in fiction books

AI: Here are 5 common themes found in fiction novels:

  1. Love: This theme explores the many facets of love, such as romantic love, familial love, and platonic love. It can be used to delve into the complexity of relationships and the human condition.
  2. Power: This theme can be used to explore power dynamics in human relationships, including issues of control, domination, and resistance. It can also be used to explore political, social, and economic themes.
  3. Identity: This theme can be used to explore issues of personal identity, including issues of self-discovery and self-acceptance.
  4. Justice: This theme can be used to explore issues of justice, morality, and ethics.
  5. Coming of Age: This theme can be used to explore the process of growing up and becoming an adult. It can be used to explore issues of identity, independence, and maturity, as well as the challenges and triumphs of adolescence.

Prompt: Give me 5 suggestions and examples of how I could work on the theme of Maturity in my fiction book.

IA: Here are 5 suggestions for working with the theme of maturity in your fiction novel:

  1. Focus on the character's personal growth: Show how your protagonist learns from their experiences and how they change throughout the story. This can be through learning a new skill, overcoming a personal flaw, or gaining a new perspective on the world.
  2. Use the setting to highlight the character's journey: Consider how the physical environment can reflect the character's emotional state. For example, a character who feels trapped or overwhelmed may be in a cramped and cluttered space, while a character experiencing newfound freedom may be in an open and expansive environment.
  3. Explore relationships with others: Show how the protagonist's relationships with family, friends, or romantic partners evolve over time. These relationships can be used to demonstrate how the character is growing and changing.
  4. Use symbolism to reinforce the theme: Consider using symbols or motifs throughout the story that reinforce the idea of maturity. For example, a caterpillar transforming into a butterfly can be used as a symbol of personal growth.
  5. Show the challenges of growing up: Growing up is never easy, and your story should reflect that. Show the protagonist facing difficult decisions, making mistakes, and experiencing setbacks. These challenges can help make the character's growth more meaningful and valuable.

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Hour 2 - Plot


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There are different ways of creating the plot (the sequence of events) of your story, using different structures, such as the Story Circle, the Hero's Journey, the 3 Acts, Freytag's Pyramid, Kishotenketsu, among others.

What are the differences between them?

All structures are more or less the same, the same pizza cut into different quantities of slices.

Will creating a story using a pre-existing structure make my story cliché?

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All the stories you have read or watched follow these same structures. The structure is not a cliché, it is the foundation. Pizzas, for example, all have a round dough with toppings on top, this is repeated in every pizza, because it is a foundation that always works. What varies from pizza to pizza is the type of filling. Another example would be the letters, the same letter A is written differently by every person in the world, yet they all follow the same basic structure of an A. Similarly, all stories follow the same structures, applying creativity and originality on top of that structure.

How do I start creating the plot of my story?

I like to start with just one sentence. A sentence that summarizes the essence of what your story is. Then, turn that sentence into 3 sentences, explaining the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Then, take those sentences and expand them into more paragraphs and pages until you have a book.

Demonstration 1 Sentence → 3 Sentences → 10 Chapters

Starting with a sentence to define the overall concept of the story.

AI: “A young princess is kidnapped and must find a way to escape from the clutches of an evil wizard, with the help of a brave prince and a group of magical creatures.”

3 Frases para definir como será o começo, meio e final.


  • Beginning: Princess Liana always knew that there were dangers in the magical world, but she never imagined that she would be kidnapped by an evil wizard who desired her power.
  • Middle: Trapped in a tower, Liana needed a plan to escape. It was then that she met a brave prince who risked to free her and a group of magical creatures who helped her face the dangers of the way.
  • Ending: Together, Liana, the prince and the magical creatures faced the wizard in an epic battle, where the princess discovered the truth about her own power and her role in the kingdom. With her courage and intelligence, she managed to defeat evil and restore peace to her kingdom, becoming a fair leader and loved by her people.

Detail these 3 sentences to show how each chapter will be (in the prompt, I had specified that the beginning should have 2 chapters, the middle 5, and the end 3)

  • Beginning
    • Chapter 1: Introduction to Princess Liana and her magical world. It shows her routine as a princess and the dangers she already knew.
    • Chapter 2: Princess Liana is kidnapped by the evil wizard and taken to a tower in an unknown location**.**
  • Middle
    • Chapter 3: Liana meets a brave prince who was also captured by the wizard and together they begin to draw up an escape plan.
    • Chapter 4: Liana befriends a group of magical creatures who live in the vicinity of the tower.
    • Chapter 5: The group faces various challenges and dangers along the way to escape the tower.
    • Chapter 6: The group faces a huge obstacle that seems impossible to overcome.
    • Chapter 7: The party faces the wizard in an epic battle to free the princess and defeat evil.
  • Ending
    • Chapter 8: Liana discovers the truth about her own power and role in the kingdom.
    • Chapter 9: Liana uses her power to defeat the wizard once and for all and restore peace to her kingdom.
    • Chapter 10: Liana is crowned queen and rules the kingdom with justice and kindness, while her new friends become her closest advisers.

This was a simpler and more generic demonstration, using one sentence, three sentences, and then one sentence for each chapter. After that, we can continue this process, for example:

Prompt: Chapter 8: Liana discovers the truth about her own power and her role in the kingdom. Describe how this chapter will unfold, with one sentence for the beginning, one for the middle, and one for the end.

IA: Beginning: After being crowned queen, Liana begins to question the meaning of her power and how to use it to rule wisely.

Middle: Liana receives a visit from an old mentor, who reveals the truth about her magical lineage and the importance of her role as the kingdom's guardian.

End: With her newfound understanding of her power and responsibility, Liana commits to using her abilities to protect her people and rule with justice and compassion.

This way, we can create a "script" for what happens in the chapter, and delve into it by creating a list of scenes for the chapter. We will address this in more detail in another lesson.

Examples using structures

Here I am explaining 8 different models of structures for your plot, with examples of AI generations in each of them.

I recommend that you play around with all of them, test all the structures to see how you like to create stories. Don't hesitate to try a different path, but also don't ignore the common points that all structures follow.


3 Act Structure
How is the 3 Act Structure?

The three-act structure is a common technique used in narrative fiction that divides a story into three parts: Setup, Confrontation, and Resolution. Each act is connected by an event that directs the narrative in a different direction, creating a chain of events that lead to the climax of the story. Aristotle defined this as one of the five key elements of tragedy in his work Poetics.

The First Act, or Setup, usually lasts the first quarter of the story and includes the Exposition, which introduces the protagonist, their everyday life, and what is important to them, and the Inciting Incident, which is the catalyst that sets the protagonist's adventure in motion. The Inciting Incident proposes a journey to the protagonist that could help them change their situation and achieve their goal. The protagonist must decide whether to accept the challenge or "resist the call" of the adventure.

The First Turning Point represents the protagonist's decision to engage with the action they must take to find satisfaction and achieve their goal. It is the point of no return, where the story really begins to move.

To better understand how writers use this structure to build a story, we need to examine what each of the acts consists of. Here's what you'll find in the three-act structure:

ACT 1 - SETUP: Exposition, Inciting Incident, First Turning Point

ACT 2 - CONFRONTATION: Rising Action, Midpoint, Second Turning Point

ACT 3 - RESOLUTION: Pre-climax, Climax, Denouement

The Wizard of Oz is an example of the three-act structure in action. The exposition shows Dorothy's domestic life in Kansas, where she feels misunderstood and underestimated. The inciting incident is a tornado that takes Dorothy on an adventure to the Land of Oz. The First Turning Point is Dorothy's decision to follow the yellow brick road to the Emerald City and ask the Wizard of Oz for help in returning home.

ACT 1: SETUPExposition: The status quo or "normal world" is established.

Inciting Incident: An event that sets the story in motion.

First Turning Point: The protagonist decides to face the challenge head-on. She "crosses the threshold," and the story is now truly in motion.

ACT 2: CONFRONTATIONRising Action: The true risks of the story become clear; our hero becomes familiar with their "new world" and has their first encounters with some enemies and allies.

Midpoint: An event that interrupts the protagonist's mission.

Second Turning Point: In the wake of the disorienting midpoint, the protagonist is tested--and fails. Their ability to succeed is now in doubt.

ACT 3: RESOLUTIONPre-climax: The night is darkest before the dawn. The protagonist must regroup and choose between decisive action and failure. Climax: She faces off against her antagonist one last time. Will she emerge victorious?

Denouement: All loose ends are tied up. The reader discovers the consequences of the climax. A new status quo is established.


Prompt: Following the structure of 3 acts, write the story of a girl named Amara who discovers she is part of a magical world.

Act 1: PreparationExposition: The status quo or "ordinary world" is established.

Inciting incident: An event that sets the story in motion.

Plot point 1: The protagonist decides to face the challenge head-on. She "crosses the threshold," and the story begins to move.

Act 2: ConfrontationRising action: The true risks of the story become clear; our heroine becomes familiar with her "new world" and has her first encounters with some enemies and allies.

Midpoint: An event that upsets the protagonist's mission.

Plot point 2: In the wake of the disorienting middle, the protagonist is tested - and fails. Her ability to succeed is now in doubt.

Act 3: ResolutionPre-climax: The night is darkest before the dawn. The protagonist must regroup and choose between decisive action and failure.

Climax: She faces her antagonist for the last time. Will she prevail?

Denouement: All loose ends are tied up. The reader discovers the consequences of the climax. A new status quo is established.


Act 1: Preparation

  • Exposition: A young woman named Amara has always felt out of place in her village, never quite fitting in with the other villagers.
  • Inciting Incident: One day, she discovers a hidden chamber in her family's home, where she learns that she is the last surviving member of a powerful magical lineage.
  • Plot Point 1: Amara decides to leave her village and claim her rightful place as ruler of her people.

Act 2: Confrontation

  • Rising Action: Amara must navigate a world of political intrigue and danger as she seeks to claim her throne.
  • Midpoint: An assassination attempt leaves Amara reeling and uncertain about who she can trust.
  • Plot Point 2: Amara's enemies gain the upper hand, leaving her on the brink of defeat.

Act 3: Resolution

  • Pre-Climax: Amara must make a difficult choice between her duty to her people and her own desires.
  • Climax: Amara faces her enemies in a final battle for her throne and her life.
  • Denouement: Amara emerges victorious, but at a great cost. She realizes that ruling her people is not easy, but is determined to do her best to lead them into a bright future.
Hero’s Journey
The Kishotenketsu structure is a traditional Japanese narrative structure that is commonly used in Japanese literature, poetry, and drama. The structure consists of four parts: Ki (Introduction), Sho (Development), Ten (Twist), and Ketsu (Conclusion). Unlike Western narrative structures, the Kishotenketsu structure does not rely on conflict or tension to drive the story forward.

The structure allows the writer to introduce a topic or situation, develop it, add a twist, and then conclude the story in a way that brings everything together. The Kishotenketsu structure is often used in haikus, tankas, and other forms of Japanese poetry, as well as in traditional Japanese narratives like Noh plays.

  • Ki (Introduction): The story begins by introducing a topic or situation. This is often done through a description of the setting or the characters involved.

  • Sho (Development): The story is then further developed, often through the introduction of new characters or events. This leads to the twist in the story.

  • Ten (Twist): A twist is introduced, which changes the direction of the story. The story turns to an unexpected development. The climax.

  • Ketsu (Conclusion): The end, concludes the story.

  • Example

    Prompt: Write this story using the kishotenketsu structure, using only one sentence for each stage of the structure: A girl falls in love with a mysterious boy with a dark secret, only to discover that he is a vampire.


    Ki: A girl falls in love with a mysterious boy with a dark secret.

    Shō: She gets to know him better and begins to suspect that he might not be fully human.

    Ten: One day, she follows him to a secluded spot in the woods and sees him drink blood from a girl's neck, revealing that he is a vampire.

    Ketsu: She confronts him about his true nature, but despite his initial shock and fear, she decides to stand by her and help him face the challenges of being a vampire in a world that doesn't accept him.

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