Sci-Fi Author Claims to Have Written 97 Books in 9 Months with AI Assistance including ChatGPT and Midjourney


Sci-fi author Tim Boucher says he has achieved the seemingly unimaginable by creating 97 books in nine months with the help of AI tools. In a Newsweek article, Boucher revealed how he used AI image generator Midjourney, and ChatGPT and Anthropic’s Claude for brainstorming and text generation in order to craft his books. Generally, each novel is between 2,000 to 5,000 words with 40 to 140 AI generated images, and can take between 6 to 8 hours to complete and publish.

The demand for AI written books has been on the rise.ChatGPT recently credited for coauthoring over 200 titles in Amazon’s bookstore, with the most popular genres being AI guides and children’s books. Other authors have achieved similar feats by utilizing tools such as ChatGPT and Midjourney to create stories, such as Ammaar Reshi. Reshi, a product-design manager, wrote and illustrated a children’s book in 72 hours and it went viral on Twitter; however, it was met with backlash from creatives, citing AI image generators use of their work and low quality writing.

Boucher is selling the AI written books between $1.99 and $3.99. He sees AI tools as a remarkable outlet for his creativity that enables him to churn out consistent quality stories with intricate world building in an efficient manner. AI-generated stories can be quite helpful for readers, providing a plethora of still uncataloged stories.

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