Dave is the best-selling author of 60 books and anthologies.
He has helped train hundreds of other successful authors, including such #1 New York Times Bestsellers as
In addition to writing and teaching, Dave Farland
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Creating a story is like putting a puzzle together, one with missing or misleading pieces. In this course you’ll learn how to recognize what pieces of your story you have (such as characters, scenes, or conflicts), determine what pieces are still missing, and fashion the pieces you need. Dave will show you how to create imaginative settings that can give birth to incredible societies and characters, plus how to take those characters’ cores and generate enthralling conflicts for your plot.
You’ve read stories that absolutely swept you away into another world, stories that made you forget you were reading and ultimately left you changed. This course is designed to teach you how to capture your reader’s imagination and keep them enthralled through your entire novel.
What are the nine most common weaknesses that keep new authors from publishing successfully? This course will help you identify these problems and overcome them, strengthening your own writing through education and practice. Each topic is addressed in a taped lesson, followed by learning material, recommended reading, and a writing assignment. Learn to take your writing from “okay” to “powerful” and then “mesmerizing” in this first Writing Mastery course.
In Writing Mastery 2, the focus will be on your story, which means that you will spend more time brainstorming scenes and working to build your story as a whole. Many of these exercises are designed to help you see your story in a new way, brainstorm new scenes, and then begin writing them, so that you build on the existing framework of your novel. settings that can give birth to incredible societies and characters, plus how to take those characters’ cores and generate enthralling conflicts for your plot.
For many writers, the most difficult part of a novel to write is the middle. Even professionals who outline well will often find that at the midpoint, they tend to second-guess their work, sit back and analyze their opening, consider their ending, and try to figure out how to get there in a way that will be entertaining and powerful.
In this workshop you will learn why you need to become your own editor, and you’ll get an overview of the editorial process. You’ll learn why it’s important to make multiple passes while editing, and Dave will help introduce you to some of the best tools to guide you as you revise your novel.
Dave teaches the importance of transporting a reader into a fictional universe, as shown by the bestselling books and films in each genre. Learn how to pick fascinating settings, whether in a contemporary setting, historical, futuristic setting, or fantasy world. Then learn how to create your own worlds in fantasy and science fiction. You’ll create your overall setting for your novel, as well as “mini-settings” that you will visit in each scene in order to “grow” your world.
Many new writers put together a great book proposal, then send it to a lousy agent or publisher. By doing that, they may set their own career back by 5 years. So in this seminar, I talk about how to vet agents and publishers, how to meet them, and basically get a leg up on a stellar career. Just as importantly, I’ll give advice to help you decide whether to go Indie, because in some genres, you might not even want a publisher, and getting one could hurt your career.
In every genre, the works at the very top of the all-time bestseller list tend to be those where the author has spent time to develop a unique and compelling world. In this series of seven lectures, Dave will talk about some of the elements of worldbuilding that you should explore.
Dave has helped numerous authors hit the New York Times Bestseller lists, so one of his most frequent questions is “How can I break into writing quickly?” In this series of lectures, Dave talks about some of the steps you need to take in order to build a successful career as a writer. This goes especially well with his book Million Dollar Book Signings, also included in this bundle.
Every writer gets tired at times and feels that he has hit a creative block. In these lessons, Dave talks about how to combat that fatigue and get excited about your art once again.
More than 65 years ago, Robert Heinlein gave a few simple rules about how to approach your writing career. The advice is considered timeless, but a few things have changed since then, and maybe it’s time for some revision.
Many writers can tell you how to outline, or not, but in this #1 Amazon bestseller, Dave takes it several steps further by helping you decide not just how to outline a novel, but how to create one that will become a bestseller.
From the time when children first began gathering around campfires, we have been seeking tales of wonder–the feeling you get when something is strange and exciting. Most of the books we read are what I call “wonder literature”, yet writing wonder is a lesson seldom taught. This book will delve into what “wonder literature” truly means and how to increase the level of wonder in your novel.
Every genre of writing has a “secret language” that builds up around it, a way of presenting itself to the world. In this book, Dave helps you see the importance of learning how to resonate well with other books and films in your genre, while resonating with real-life experiences, so that your novel will garner an audience as big as the genre that you write in.
He no longer offers this surface along with his courses. He has become too busy, and now sells the courses at a much lower price.
You can always hire him using the contact page, or have a friend edit your assignments.
Yes! Take them from anywhere.
A couple of people have wondered if this is a scam. Why so low on the price? The answer is: I made this offer over the holidays last year and have had a number of people who have asked to get in on it, so we’re doing it one last time.
We currently don’t have a timeline, but the bundle can be pulled at any point, so we suggest you do not wait and miss out.
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His work spans multiple genres. He’s won best-book-of-the-year awards in science fiction, historical fiction, and young adult thrillers.
He’s also the lead judge for one of the world’s largest writing contests, L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future Contest, where he judges thousands of stories every year, edits the annual anthology that results, and teaches writing courses.
Dave has taught creative writing at Brigham Young University and at conventions and symposiums across the United States, Australia, and Europe. Nearly a hundred of his past students have gone on to become bestsellers, including eight who have hit #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list.
These courses are designed to teach you what he has taught other bestsellers.
“I still use the writing techniques he discussed, and constantly reference him and his instruction when I teach creative writing myself… His explanations led me directly to getting an agent, and subsequently, my first book deal.”--Brandon Sanderson
David Farland has been hailed as “The wizard of storytelling” and his work has been called “compelling,” “engrossing,” “powerful,” “profound,” and “ultimately life-changing.”
He is the lead judge for one of the world’s largest writing competitions, the L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future Contest, where he judges thousands of stories every year, edits an annual anthology, and teaches writing courses.
David has taught creative writing at Brigham Young University and at conventions and symposiums across the United States, Australia, and Europe.
He regularly hosts an intense four-day writing training boot camp for $2,600.00 and they always sell out far in advance. These Boot Camps have given a great deal of knowledge to writers everywhere.
The problem with them is that David brain dumps a wealth of information on you and within the first few minutes your mind goes into overload with ideas and insights that you’ve never had before and it continues hour after hour, day after day, and you go home confident that you have learned, but really having a hard time internalizing it all.
Because so many of his students and yes, followers, like me, have suggested this, he has introduced this new program for us, at a greatly reduced cost. You’re going to get to be indirectly mentored by David Farland and it’s not going to cost you anything like $1,200.00. Not even close.
Would you like to know what you are about to get for next to nothing?
Prepare to Be Amazed…
Creating a story is like putting a puzzle together, one with missing or misleading pieces. In this course you’ll learn how to recognize what pieces of your story you have (such as characters, scenes, or conflicts), determine what pieces are still missing, and fashion the pieces you need. Dave will show you how to create imaginative settings that can give birth to incredible societies and characters, plus how to take those characters’ cores and generate enthralling conflicts for your plot. You’ll also learn how to brainstorm and outline a bestselling novel using several different systems for brainstorming, including the Mountain Peak Method, Snowflake Method, 321 Method, and more.
You’ve read stories that absolutely swept you away into another world, stories made you forget you were reading and ultimately left you changed. This course is designed to teach you how to capture your reader’s imagination and then hold the reader enthralled through your entire novel.
Week 1: How to Enchant Your Reader. In our first lesson, we’ll teach you how to communicate through writing on such a deep level, you can do that with your own stories. You will learn to analyze how your favorite author enchanted you, study your own work to discover your hidden weaknesses, and you will begin practicing how to introduce kinesthetic, audio, and visual elements into your work.
Week 2: Using All of The Senses. The key to enchanting a reader in part is to grab the reader’s complete attention by understanding which senses the human body really has. In this lesson. we’ll practice incorporating all of the senses into a three-page writing sample.
Week 3: Weak vs Strong Appeals. Enchanting your reader requires you to do more than just making bland appeals to the senses–you need to begin building a powerful narrative and story structure. But you also need to understand how to recognize “weak appeals” versus “strong appeals.” We’ll do exercises that will show you the different types of weaknesses and show you how to turn your weakest descriptions into strong descriptions.
Week 4: Metaphors and Similes. Sometimes the most powerful and economical way to describe something is to show how it is like something else. In this lesson, I’ll show you why this is so important and how it is done..
Week 5: Hooking Your Reader. Before you can entrance a readers, you need to hook them into your story. We’ll discuss several types of hooks, which are best for different types of readers, and learn how to plant them at the beginning and end of each scene.
Week 6: Description. We’ll use all of the skills you’ve been developing to write a powerful descriptive scene for your novel
Week 7: Dialog. Handling dialog presents a challenge to many authors, in part because they haven’t learned to reference all of the senses in their writing in order to create a vivid “picture” in the reader’s mind. This week we’ll be practicing how to write dialog, use different types of dialog tags, and handle differing character voices.
Week 8: Narrating a Tale. Sometimes as a writer, it is more economical to drop into narrative in order to move a story forward quickly. The problem is, most writers stop referencing the senses when they do this, and thus the narrative falls flat. So we will practice narrating in a way that take the reader’s need to see, hear, and feel the story into account. This skill particularly helpful for writing story proposals for books and screenplays.
Week 9: Putting it All Together. In week ten, you will write a long sample of about 6 pages in which you combine descriptions, dialogs, and narration in order to show that you have mastered all of these techniques.
What are the nine most common weaknesses that keep new authors from publishing successfully? In this workshop, Dave will help you identify these problems and overcome them, strengthening your own writing through education and practice. Each topic is addressed in a taped lesson, followed by learning material, recommended reading and a writing assignment. Assignments are to be turned in to Dave for personal feedback. Learn to take your writing from “okay” to “powerful” and “mesmerizing” in this first Writing Master course.
Lesson 1: From Generalities to Specifics—
Lesson 2: Precision in Character—
Lesson 3: Precision in Setting—
Lesson 4: Beats in Dialogue—
Lesson 5: Argument—
Lesson 6: Hooks—
Lesson 7: Narration—
Lesson 8: Metaphors and Similes—
Lesson 9: Theme—
In Writing Mastery 2, the focus will be on your story, which means that you will spend more time brainstorming scenes and working to build your story as a whole. Many of these exercises are designed to help you see your story in a new way, brainstorm new scenes, and then begin writing them, so that you build on the existing framework of your novel. Settings that can give birth to incredible societies and characters, plus how to take those characters’ cores and generate enthralling conflicts for your plot.
Lesson 1: Recognize Plot Holes.
Lesson 2: Complications and Obstacles.
Lesson 3: Nine Parts to a Story.
Lesson 4: Identity Conflict.
Lesson 5: Crucibles.
Lesson 6: Time bombs.
Lesson 7: Dilemmas.
Lesson 8: Character Growth.
Lesson 9: Tripling.
Lesson 10: Story Shapes.
Don’t let plot holes ruin your road to the NYT Bestseller list.
Many people would like to write a novel but don’t know how to begin. In this course, you will learn how to write the opening of a novel, with emphasis placed upon how to write to a wide audience and how to set up the “promises” that a writer makes with this story.
Think you’re ready to begin your novel? The new author is faced with a lot of tasks: introducing his world, his characters, and building his story. For most people, starting well is a struggle. This workshop will help guide you through the process of writing that difficult opening.
Many people would like to write a novel but don’t know where to start. In this course, you will learn how to write the opening of a novel, with emphasis placed upon how to write to a wide audience and how to set up the “promises” that a writer makes with this story.
The goal of this course is to help write, but not just to write haphazardly. You will learn how to focus all of your skills and knowledge as you work, so that you get the best possible early drafts of your work.
You will then write the first 50 pages (in standard manuscript format*) of your novel, and send them to David Farland for editing. You may send these pages all at once, or break them into a couple of chapters at a time.
This course has six main lectures that will help you organize your thoughts before you begin writing, and it also has several review lessons from the prewriting course, “The Story Puzzle,” the course “Writing Mastery 1,” and the course “Writing Mastery 2.”
While no classes are required before you begin Promising Starts, they would be very helpful, as would the book Million Dollar Outlines.
We recommend that before you begin writing, that you plan your novel carefully, and that you create an outline. In fact, we will have you create that during this course, and you will send it to Dave for review.
The lectures for this course include:
Lessons to review along with this section:
Planning Your Novel. Some writers begin a novel with a very complex outline while others like to write by the seat of their pants. In this lesson, Dave discusses how various authors approach novels, and talks about the importance of keeping yourself open to new ideas while having at least a basic plan for your novel.
Writing Your Inciting Incident.
The inciting incident should occur within the first ten percent of your novel, generally. When you finish this clip, consider what types of inciting incidents you will have for each character, plan the scenes that will lead to those incidents, and write the opening to your novel, where you introduce your characters, setting, conflicts, and themes.
Here are some review lessons to help you focus your skills as you begin to compose:
Your First Try/Fail Cycle.
After watching this video, plot your scenes from the end of the inciting incidents up through the first attempts to resolve major problems. Create a detailed plan on how to get through the planning stages of the conflict, the first attempt to resolve, tell us about the failure or partial success that occurs, and then detail what happens next as the characters struggle to handle their failure and bounce back.
Developing Your Story.
The “Magnificent Middles” Course
For many writers, the most difficult part of a novel to write is the middle. Even professionals who outline well will often find that at the midpoint, they need to second-guess their novel, sit back and look at their opening, consider their ending, and try to figure out how to get there in a way that will be entertaining and powerful.
Rewriting to Greatness
In this class, you will learn why you need to become your own editor, and you’ll get an overview of the editorial process. You’ll learn why it’s important to make multiple passes while editing, and we’ll show you how to approach your edit.
You will also have access to David Farland’s Writing Seminars—each which takes 1-6 hours of viewing time. These include:
Dave has helped launch the careers of or train such notable writers as J.K. Rowling, Stephenie Meyer, Brandon Sanderson, and James Dashner. Many of these people write for the middle-grade and young adult genres, audiences which have their own particular needs. In these lectures, Dave talks about some of the special considerations for these audiences and tells why they can be so hard to break into, but also so lucrative.
More than 65 years ago, Robert Heinlein gave a few simple rules about how to approach your writing career. The advice is considered timeless, but a few things have changed since then, and maybe it’s time for some revision.
David Farland talks about what Heinlein got right, what he oversimplified, and what has changed in the intervening 65 years since Heinlein made his famous rules.
One of his most frequent questions is “How can I break into writing quickly.” In this series of lectures, Dave talks about some of the steps you need to take in order to build a successful career as a writer. This goes especially well with his book Million Dollar Book Signings, also included in this bundle.
Lesson 1: Introduction. The average writer takes fourteen years to become a bestseller. Dave began winning writing contests within one year, sold his first three novels on spec, and stayed on the science fiction bestseller list for five months with his first novel. Here, he discusses what you need to do to create an effective plan.
Lesson 2: Consider your Resources. There are dozens of resources for writers. You would be surprised at how many of them are free or inexpensive. Dave will give you some recommendations for podcasts, blogs, books, and so on.
Lesson 3: Write Every Day. We learn by doing. Dave discusses how to get on a routine so that you turn writing from a goal into a habit.
Lesson 4: Take Writing Classes. Writing courses are valuable because it lets us approach learning in an orderly way and it allows us to get feedback on our work. While some courses may be taught by ineffective instructors or may have a curriculum that misdirects the author, other courses may be extremely beneficial.
Lesson 5: Get Feedback. Writing is a performance art. A new author needs feedback, and not from just one instructor. Dave talks here about how to find wise readers, and how to get them to judge your performance.
Lesson 6: Set a Bar. Most writers are afraid to set goals regarding the quality of their work. They’re like high-jumpers who refuse to set a bar, and because they don’t have any goals, they tend to underperform. In this lesson, Dave talks about the importance of setting goals not just for the quantity of writing you do, but for the quality.
Lesson 7: Gain Story Mastery. Many writing classes focus primarily on writing technique, but readers tend to care more for the quality of a story than for the brilliance of a writer’s prose. In this lesson, Dave discusses the importance of learning how to create a powerful plot.
Lesson 8: Get on a Career Path. Most writers begin their careers thinking only about how to come up with a story, not on how to create an illustrious career. Dave will be the first to admit that his own career left him meandering through various genres for years. Here he talks about how to define yourself as a writer, by working in the area that you love the most.
Lesson 9: Conclusion. Here, Dave reviews some of the important points made in this seminar.
All writers need to take time to recharge their creative battery when they’re worn out. In this lecture, David Farland discusses the best, most productive ways to re-energize, so that you can get back to writing faster and with renewed spirits.
In these videos, Dave will talk about how to learn to see and hear the world around you, what to do while resting from writing, how to take care of your most important asset (your brain), and what to do when you hit the post-novel blues.
Recharging 1: Learn to See and Hear Truly
Dave talks about the importance of learning to really see and hear the world around you. There are several different classes of people who learn to see very well: miners, police officers, and painters. Writers need to learn to see just as well. They should also work on developing an acute sense of hearing. Practice using specific words to capture the sights and sounds of the world accurately.
Recharging 2: Take Interest
When recharging, read fiction. It increases your brain activity and helps you learn how to write better. Take interest in a lot of different fields, even those that don’t initially grab your attention, so you can pull inspiration from them. David suggests that writers find opportunities for new experiences by working in unusual jobs or by traveling. All these things will help motivate them to get back to writing.
Recharging 3: Be Kind to Your Brain
Give yourself time for rest. Studies suggest that we function better if we take power naps in the afternoon. David talks about different ways to take care of your brain, including what supplements to take and what to eat so that you can think more clearly. He also discusses the importance of taking care of yourself mentally and emotionally.
Recharging 4: After-novel Blues
A lot of authors are exhausted after writing a novel or a big scene in their book. David suggests you take a little time off for rest, but don’t overextend it. Take a break that lasts hours, not weeks.
Worldbuilding 1: Do I Need to Build a World?
Do the research needed to create a believable world. Dave talks about the different kinds of planetoids, like asteroids, terrestrial planets, gas giants, and stars. He discusses the make-up a planet has to have to sustain life and
alternatives to having an iron and carbon planet like Earth.
Worldbuilding 2: Creating an Atmosphere for Your World
A planet’s atmosphere depends on its gravity. There is a theory that in order to have an atmosphere, you need at least one moon, and usually, more than one moon. An alternative to that is to have your planet circling a very large planet.
Worldbuilding 3: Where are Your Habitable Zones?
The way our planet travels, how fast it travels, and its tilt influences its calendar and seasons. Dave talks about how you can play with a planet’s orbit and tilt to change its habitable zones. Dave discusses tectonic plates and how they
affect geography. Where your people choose to build cities needs to make sense.
Worldbuilding 4: Engineering Plants and Animals
Create a flora and fauna bible for your world. Dave talks about how he came up with some of the creatures in his Runelords series. Be careful not to get so caught up in worldbuilding that you don’t ever write your story.
Worldbuilding 5: Developing Societies
Create a world that offers enough potential conflicts to keep it interesting. Dave looks to Frank Herbert’s Dune as an example. Your world should arouse a sense of wonder by being unique. What are you interested in that you can bring into your world?
Worldbuilding 6: Creating Diverse Power Systems
Consider where the intelligent life on your planet came from. Dave talks about the theory of evolution. Think about what your people eat and how they get their food. Brainstorm what kind of trade services your people have. People who understand power systems overpower those who don’t.
Worldbuilding 7: Languages and History
95% of language is nonverbal, so look at tones of voice and gestures for you cultures. Dave talks about how languages evolve. History can influence a people and culture. Dave identifies the different kind of histories there are.
So What Will All This Set Me Back?
“I’ve trained dozens of writers who have gone on to become New York Times best sellers, and for years I’ve been dissecting unique methods to best teach the art, craft and business of writing and selling books. Some of my students have become among the bestselling authors in the world.
But I want to do more, and I want to make it affordable.
The introductory price for this program will be just $33 per month,” Dave Farland.
“So, let’s review: The price for auditing My courses alone would be over $2200 for the year, but you’ll get all of them, plus gain access to:
All for $200 for one year access, or $5 per month!
So what are you waiting for? Your writing career starts now!”
Why Is the Price So Low?
I am making the price so low that a few people have wondered if this is actually some kind of weird scam where I give away great information for next to nothing. Why so low on the prices? I want to get to know as many writers as I can as fast as I can. So I’m selling the best introductory package I can make at cost. Believe me, when you see how much you love this, I will have even better secrets to share with you in the near future, you can expect the same quality of information and fair prices.”
Look I’m Going to Be Straight With You for A Minute
About every second person in the United States alone dreams of writing a book someday, getting it published and getting on the New York Times Bestseller List. If you study writing, practice and actually write the book the difference between you and all of them is that you will have studied writing, practiced and actually written the book while they did nothing. Now here’s your chance to do all that for only $33 per month (assuming you go through in one year) and learn from the master—someone who knows how to write bestseller after bestseller and has taught hundreds of other people to do the same. Someone who has a formula that works in any genre.
But it will still be up to you to take all the material David gives you and read it or watch it and apply it to your writing to make a difference for you. You might ask, “If he has taught hundreds why then does he only have a handful of high powered testimonials and a few dozen super-successful authors he has taught?”
Like Jesus asked when he healed ten lepers and one returned to give thanks, “Were not ten healed, but where are the nine?” Ninety percent forget to give credit where it is due. And most of the rest only give credit when you track them down and ask them to. It’s a very rare person who will stand up and testify that someone helped them get to the top. That someone along the way taught them how to do it and how to hone their talent. Most successful people prefer to believe, at least a little, in Social Darwinism, that they through some innate ability are worth all those millions they are earning per year, and because of that they have naturally risen to the top.
The truth is rather that they are following a formula which can be learned and taught and then applied with writing talent to tell great stories in any genre over and over again because people can’t get enough of stories and we pay for them and applaud them and revere the story tellers. David Farland is skilled beyond any other human being at conveying to your mind that process of storytelling. The only question is, are you going to learn from him for a measly $33 per month, or are you going to waste your life away trying to figure it out on your own and maybe get partway there or maybe not.
Be smart, learn from the master, then apply your own talent to the writing process create your own unique voice in the world.
Is it Worth 200 Dollars or 200 Million?
Moreover, there is a problem between disseminating great wisdom and actually applying it. This is great information. Don’t let the price fool you. It is worth over $2,200.00 per month and if you were paying that for it, you would be certain to instill every bit of it into every fiber of your being and become a great writer.
Writers are making multi-millions of dollars per year following the advice that is given in these documents—what is that worth to you? If you knew for a 100% certainty that you would one day be earning 33 million dollars in two-years because of this information, would you be willing to pay that much for it to get to where you were earning that kind of money? Of course, because it would be an investment in your future. Authors who have taken these courses and given testimonials herein literally ARE making that much money and more off their book sales alone!
But because you are getting it for a steal—only $33, will you be so foolish as to ignore it? Many foolish, would-be writers will buy this and let it sit there unused, unread, because it only cost $33. If it had cost $2,200 per month, they would have watched and read it and become someone great.
I caution you, be certain to treat it like it is worth the fantastic value it has, not the paltry price you paid, and learn all you can from it. Become the great writer that is you.
Invest in Your Future Today
You get all the pages and pages of above writing secrets that has made millions of dollars per year for writers for $33 and it’s yours to study for a year. If that’s not a great deal, I don’t know what could be better. These are materials that people pay literally thousands of dollars to obtain.
They are from the greatest teacher of storytellers on the planet. The creator of bestselling authors himself.
You will likely never see another opportunity like this in your lifetime. This is probably your one and only chance to jump on this phenomenal product and get it for yourself and it happens to be at a price that is inconsequential. It’s the equivalent of going out for hamburgers or tacos. How much thought do you give that? Yet you have put probably twenty times the time into thinking this over already. Don’t give it another minute. Just sign up and be done with it.
The cost is nothing, the benefit for you could mean everything.
You won’t learn in 4 years of college writing courses what you will in your first few months with this, but this costs $33, meanwhile college costs an unbelievable amount of money nowadays. And college can never take you where this will. David knows, he started out there too.
What else are you going to do—buy a book on how to get published? That costs about the same, from someone who is not as qualified as David, and trust me, I saw David’s book collection years ago. He had read every book ever written on writing back then. He can read a good-sized book in a matter of minutes. Keeping up is nothing for him. The fact is, most new books might only contain one or two original thoughts on their subject. A book that contains much more than that is usually a rare jewel and becomes quite famous. Word gets around and everyone reads it. The point is, why buy a book when you can get many times more for the same price from David?
Any way you look at it, if you want to learn the skill of “writing to get published,” this offer is not only the best way to do it, but also by far the cheapest and most certain.
What’s There to Think About
Do you really have to ponder this much over whether you’re going to spend $33? Which writing award have you always dreamed of winning? Can you see yourself getting out of your seat at an awards ceremony after your name is called and you’re all dressed up and you float up to the podium, and they announce the name of your book?
Or maybe for you it’s simpler than that… You just go grocery shopping at the supermarket and as you walk past the paperback section you notice there is a big display of your new book out and as you are standing fifteen feet away observing it, there is a lady in front of it picking up one of the books and she looks at your picture on the back cover and then at you, then at the picture, then at you and she smiles and waves to you and you maybe blush a little.
It’s simple. Either you are willing to invest a tiny amount into your writing education and your future, or you never really shared the dream. So again, I ask, what is there to think about?
Failing to Act Now is Failing Yourself—Not Me
I have 300,000,000 prospects and I only need a few thousand. If you don’t step up, there are plenty of other people to offer this to. The fact is, I will probably never contact you again. If you don’t act, it doesn’t matter to me, but it sure does matter to you. A whole world of what could have been goes out the window forever.
So, I’m going to sweeten the pot for you just a little. I’m going to give you one more thing. If you buy right now, today only, I will include at no additional cost the following:
Publishing in 2020
The publishing world is volatile and changing quickly. In this lecture series, Dave talks about how to pursue a career as a traditionally published author versus an Indie author or a hybrid author.
Publishing in 2020 will help you avoid all sorts of common mistakes made with publishers. It’s vital in today’s market and is something all new writers need, or old writers trying new publishing avenues.
You only get this most important bonus if you sign up now.
All the best on your writing journey,