Our Closeouts have ended… view current writing programs here.
As you may know, going forward we’ll be focusing on developing a Kindle publishing business, and on personal coaching. This means that many of our bestselling writing programs are closing.
Readers have asked about finding these deals. I’ve created a page for current closeouts. On that page, you’ll find short descriptions, and a link to our current offerings.
I’ll make this post sticky too, so that it shows up on the front page of the blog.
Thank you for the kind words about the closeouts. I’m happy that you feel that they’re valuable, and will help you to develop your career. Enjoy…. 🙂
“What should I write?”
Writers tend to ask this question. A lot. 🙂 The short answer of course, is anything you like. If you’re writing professionally — that is, if your writing is your entire income, or a good portion of it — you need to go with your instincts.
Sometimes this is translated to: “make money writing about your passions.” This is fine, as long as your passions are profitable. For example, if you’re a keen runner, chances are you can make money writing about fitness and health.
Or perhaps you’re passionate about your family. Many bloggers make a great income writing about their parenting challenges, and everything that goes into running a home.
Here’s the easiest way to assess whether your passion is profitable. Go to Magazines.com and check whether there’s a magazine which caters to your passion, even tangentially. Magazines would go under fast if they had to survive on subscriptions. They survive on advertising revenue, and if there are advertisers in an area, it means it’s profitable.
Write on — I hope the closeout deals help you to profit from your passions. 🙂
How to profit from your writing: online store.
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