Would you believe you could write a salable short story today?
You could have five or more in a week, if you put your mind to it.
You don’t have to be a good writer, you just need a little guidance. With a solid plan, it will only take you a few hours to write a short story. Once you’ve written it, you can edit and revise it, polish it until it shines.
The more stories you write, the better you get.
I will show you how, step by step, with nitty gritty, matter-of-fact, short and to-the-point advice in my new book:
Write a Salable Story Today, Even If You’re a Terrible Writer
I’ve been doing a lot of research on structures and methods of writing over the past few years.
I’ve read a lot of books on writing, and one thing I’ve noticed is that a lot of them are full of fluff.
I understand that, especially in print, you needed some fluff to fill out enough pages to make a customer in the bookstore believe there was something worth buying between the covers.
However, it’s 2020, and print books are not the dominant medium any more.
Today, the ebook reigns triumphant.
There’s a significant and growing market for short, no-nonsense howto books in every field. Books that get straight to the point, deliver value, and leave you knowing exactly what you need to know.
That’s what this is. You could read it in the morning and have a finished story by the end of the day.
But I don’t just show you how to write one story. If you follow my instructions, you’ll have at least ten you can write, and more ideas beyond those.Buy Write a Salable Story Today!