PriceExcellent. Not many courses are this cheap!Content QualityWell, you’re learning from the best. Plus, video quality is top notch. EffectivenessNot superb, since the lessons are not extremely ‘actionable’. Great insights, though! SupportVia email. Extremely responsive. There is also a private FB group. We LikeBargain priceTeacher is one of the best in the fieldPro-level videos and […]There's more!
Warning – This Post is Long!!In it, I’ve tried to condense all that I know about getting reviews for your book. If you can’t read it all right now, scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll be able to download a PDF version of it 🙂 Ahhh… reviews. One of the most dreaded […]There's more!
“Become a published author in 90 days or less” Content Quality Excellent. Everything is covered from idea to post-launch strategies. Price Not cheap, but it’s worth every penny for all that you get either level. Effectiveness The course is designed for you to succeed, and if you put the work in – you certainly will. […]There's more!
We’re writers: we love the written word. And we love reading, as we should. But sometimes, we need to get our inspiration, information and daily dose of tips and tricks from other media. I am personally a big fan of podcasts, which I constantly listen to when I’m driving or exercising (not that the latter happens […]There's more!
Are you a pantser or a plotter? I know, the question whether outlining a novel is good or bad comes out a lot in the writing/publishing world. Whatever the case, you’re in good company. Stephen King famously declared he is a pantser, while J. K. Rowling writes pages upon pages of outlines. In this post, we’ll […]There's more!
How can you measure progress if you don’t track it? That’s one of the mantras we writers should live by. But what exactly is progress? Sales, sure, but before that comes our daily output of words. You’ve heard all the gurus suggest you should write every day, and I second that suggestion. However, especially for part-time […]There's more!
The way we consume books may have changed greatly over the last decade, but a great book is still a great book, no matter which way you analyse it. As a writer, I always aim for greatness. But a potential reader may never see that clever turn of phrase on page 200 if I don’t […]There's more!
Guest Post by the great Nick Weisenberger Brian’s Notes Where most authors are writing their books in Microsoft Word, Scrivener, or Pages for Mac, Nick Weisenberger has been using Microsoft Excel. As soon as I heard about Nick’s unique process, I wanted you to be the first to know. Check the bottom of the post […]There's more!