I’ve received some messages about our new ebook coaching workshop asking what’s involved.
In this workshop, we’ll write and publish together, step by step.
Find ebook ideas you know will sell, create “instant” products, and sell them.
From working with my writing students, I know that it’s challenging to work on your own. You lose motivation and inspiration. You get stuck. This workshop guides you through the entire process — you’ll watch and follow along with me… The process will ensure that you create as many ebooks as you want this year, AND they’ll sell.
A couple of workshop members have committed to “an ebook a week”… once you learn the process, you can create a publication schedule that works for you. What if you created just one ebook a month, and sold it for $17 on the Web, and $9.99 on the Kindle? At the end of 12 months, you’d have 12 ebooks, all selling on various platforms.
How much money could you make? I have no idea. However, I’d be very disappointed (not to mention disbelieving) if you couldn’t make at least $100 a week from your ebooks. Of course, I’ll encourage you to aim much higher than that…
The “ebook a week” idea is manic. However, I love it when my students have great goals. I’ll be writing along with you in the workshop, so you’ll see me develop ideas, work with those ideas, turn them into ebooks, and then publish the ebooks.
I’ve been doing this for many years, so I’m fast. However, once you learn my processes, and practice, you’ll be just as fast.
In the first lesson, you’ll see me rustle up an “instant” ebook idea in around 60 seconds (an idea for an ebook which I KNOW will sell, because there’s interest), develop that idea within two minutes, and begin working on it.
Over the course of the workshop, you’ll develop fresh ways of thinking, AND you’ll create at least a couple of ebooks, and sell them.
Our workshop members are energized, and so am I. Join us — come and create an “instant” ebook or two with us.
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