We’re living in an amazing world. Self-published authors can and do make millions of dollars from their writing. Perhaps you’ve dreamed of joining them…
“Your Fiction Writing Can Pay Your Bills, IF You Can Write Stories Which Entertain…
“Discover How To Plot Your Way To Bestselling Fiction — Even If You Hate Plotting!”
- The plot’s the thing: discover the ONE-sentence way to plotting your Kindle fiction;
- Can’t plot? Yes you can. If you’re a “pantser” discover how to write several stories in the time it usually takes you to write one;
- It’s all about emotion: write stories your readers love, and you’ll sell more stories than you believe possible.
If you’re writing Kindle fiction, and wish that you could plot with confidence, you need to discover the one-sentence method. AND the most vital ingredient which separates bestsellers from the rest. 99% of indie fiction writers miss out on the single most important ingredient of bestselling fiction… discover what it is.
Hi Fellow Author
I started my writing career as a romance novelist, way back in the early 1980s. In those long-ago days, I gave myself ten years to become a published author. I managed it in a much shorter time than that.
Writing fiction for a major publisher taught me what SELLS — the ingredients of popular fiction. In those days, all I wanted to do was write; I’m the same way today, but I’ve learned to harness my creativity over the years so that I focus on what readers want and what they’ll buy.
Writing commercial fiction — genre fiction — means plotting, and creating plots is a big challenge for many writers.
If plotting your fiction is a challenge, you can make it EASY
Readers read fiction for entertainment — an emotional experience. Nothing else matters. Yes, you can aim to be a “good” writer, but the emotional experience comes first. That experience is delivered via story, and you develop your story via your plot.
Fiction writers comprise two groups: the plotters and the pantsers…. the architects and the dreamers, if you like. Plotters LOVE plotting. Pantsers write by the seat of their pants — they just start writing. I’ve always been a pantser, but over the years, I’ve learned to plot.
Learning to create plots was hard. I can still remember my first editor saying to me, “Think about…” I didn’t have a clue. THINK HOW? I had no idea. She was helping me to plot, but I struggled.
Finally, something clicked, and I realized that plotting is SIMPLE. I learned plotting via my struggles, editorial help, and through reading, reading and reading some more… and finally understood the simple underpinnings of even the most complex plot.
I’ve been teaching my personal coaching students the one-sentence summary plotting method. It works for them. It will work for you. Bestsellers use the one-sentence plot. From Gone With the Wind, to the Harry Potter and Twilight series, they all use the same underpinning.
The one-sentence plot: from a seed, to a satisfying story your readers will love
After I learned how to plot, I was more than a little annoyed. WHY wasn’t plotting easier to explain? Plotting is very, very simple, once you look at it in the right way.
From the seed of a simple sentence, you can weave extraordinary plots. If you’re struggling with plotting your fiction — your short stories, novellas and novels, you’ll love it.
Introducing — Plot FAST, Publish FAST: Craft Bestselling Fiction In Any Genre
- Discover the ONE secret which separates so-so fiction from bestselling fiction (this is the secret that indie authors miss). Give your current fiction writing a boost by making it irresistible to readers;
- Eliminate your fear of plotting for good — create a satisfying plot within minutes. You’ll write more Kindle ebooks. The more you write, the more you’ll sell;
- If you enjoy plotting, perhaps you’re over-plotting, and end up with “too much plot”. Develop satisfying stories for page-turning fiction. End the editing blues, and upload more stories;
- Pantser? If you usually end up with a whole lot of words going nowhere, you’ll become an author who understands story, and easily develops plots. Turn your failed pantsing efforts into books, fast;
- You can’t plot “wrong”. Start with a sentence, then grow your plots with confidence. Create bestselling plots, for books which SELL.
What Angela’s students say…
“I hated to plot. So I have three unfinished novels… Angela’s one-sentence plot summary and the discussion on background gave me a way to get a handle on finishing my books. One’s with an editor, and I know how to complete the others.” Maureen P. USA
“Plot FAST is a gem. Angela’s coached me on copywriting, so I knew what to expect: practical information you can use. Angela helped me to turn 100K words into a STORY. As always, Angela and Julia answered my questions speedily and gave me motivation I needed. Thank you. Angela even helped me to create a synopsis, and begin my search for a literary agent.” Edward M. Germany.
“I never in my life thought that I would ever make money from writing. Angela helped me to get started with erotic romance. Now I have five stories on Amazon. Plotting always slowed me down. Julia sent me a beta copy of Plot FAST … now I understand plots. I’ve plotted out a series of ten stories, and have finished five. It works.” Derek C. South Africa.
Write the stories YOU want to write — faster than you imagined
Plot FAST, Publish FAST: Craft Bestselling Fiction In Any Genre is a practical guide which focuses on helping you to write the stories you want to write — the stories only you can tell.
Whether you’re a new writer, or are an established writer who wants to try his hand at fiction, you’ll find that this program helps you to plot your stories, your way.
What you receive with PLOT FAST…
Plot FAST, Publish FAST: Craft Bestselling Fiction In Any Genre
PDF, 31 pages
Discover how to plot your stories fast. This guide is simple and practical, and inspiring. Discover how bestselling fiction is built, from a simple sentence. You can create plots in any genre, from romance and fantasy to hard-hitting crime novels.
Fiction Frenzy: Write Your Novel in 30 Days
PDF, 96 pages
What if you could write a complete novel in 30 days? That’s 12 complete novels a year, even if you just have an hour or so a day to spend on your writing.
This guide helps you to write a novel, in any genre, step by step. Easy exercises take you through the complete process.
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