For Authors

If you’re an author out there struggling to find footing in the industry, I’ve been there. For a very long time, I did everything I could to find a way to get my work in front of its target group of readers. Through a lot of hard work, I was finally able to land three books into the #2 overall spot(Kindle/science fiction) and I can help you find success as well. There’s no single bullet for success and if you read otherwise somewhere else – it’s a lie. What I’ve done is compile everything I know into a very short but fantastic book. I can show you(with detail) how to find the group of readers looking for your work. They’re out there, I promise. I’ll help you build an online presence and finally get to the level you deserve to be at. And, best of all, I’ll do it for a paltry $2.99. The price of a good cup of coffee. I like good coffee, what can I say?

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The big break you’ve been hoping for is now staring you in the face. Seriously, the content of this book is powerful enough to ignite your career in writing IF you’re willing to do the work. That’s up to you. But the tools are right here waiting to be used. BUY THE BOOK!

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5 thoughts on “For Authors

  1. I often have a stack of ideas and a couple of “false starts” in draft mode. One of the things I have learned is that the reason these are unfinished is that they are just not ready yet. There is fundamentally a bit of work to be done with these – often a result of seat of my pants writing. I never seem to run out of ideas so now i just write them down, but dont develop them. I will mull them over, do an outline plan and then pick one to some work on. Could you perhaps ask a criticial friend to read what you have? An impartial pair of eyes may highlight the one or two that should have the green light now and which might need more thinking? I find it helps yo pick one “for now”, work up a realistic plan to finish it, with the next one lined up. It is something I have to be pretty strict with myself about 😄

  2. With enough online digging, you should find enough of the basics to get you started. As far as a good freebie goes, I’m not sure. Self publishing isn’t a trade secret, but it is certainly a lot of hard work along with some trial and error.

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