Over the past couple of years, I’ve had many questions about fiction for beginners. The questions are from freelance writers who want to try writing fiction, and from hobbyist writers who want to make money from their fiction.
It would take forever to answer the questions, so I thought I’d answer them with a short and free mini-course.
Free mini-course — “Commercial Fiction For Beginners: Create A Full-Time Income From Part-Time Writing”
I started my writing career writing fiction, many years ago. In those days, you had to be lucky to be able to make a full-time career writing fiction.
Today, luck has nothing to do with what you can achieve. Know-how does. Each week, I receive messages from puzzled writers. They want to know how to make money writing fiction, but they’re not sure how to do it.
Our mini-course, “Commercial Fiction For Beginners: Create A Full-Time Income From Part-Time Writing” clears up misconceptions, and will get you started on a fiction writing career.
Yes, today you can make a full-time income from your imagination, plus a little savvy. 🙂
- What is commercial fiction?
- What will you write? (genre, etc.)
- Start with short fiction
- How to make money — savvy ideas
- Day by day: develop profitable fiction-writing processes
New to writing fiction?
If you’re new to writing fiction, the mini-course will get you started writing commercial fiction. Writing commercial fiction is different from writing literary fiction. You’re writing for entertainment; the mini-course will answer your questions.
If your fiction isn’t selling…
Writers contact me when they’ve written a novel or three, and sales are minimal. They want to know how to sell more.
To sell more, you need consider yourself a publisher, as well as an author. Publishers know how to sell: here’s a pretty painless trick to sell more books.
Essentially however, if an author isn’t selling it’s because he’s failed to plan — remember, you’re a publisher, as well as an author.
We cover that in the mini-course too.
Subscribe now. You’ll receive a free report, as well as the mini-course.
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