If you're really serious about writing, and you really want to get published, then this is the course for you!
The product of the course is twofold:
1. You’ll be able to write stories that really attract readers
2. You will have a published book in your hands with your name on it!
To achieve 1, you will need to know something about the secret language of fiction - how stories really work. This course contains revolutionary new material based on 40 years of study and research into how the great authors of the world became successful.
To achieve 2, you need to realise that you don’t need a publisher! In this Golden Age of Independent Publishing, you can do it all yourself - you just need some guidance at the beginning and then you’ll be unstoppable! This course walks you through the entire process until you have a book published and available to the public!
This course is very different to anything else on the market.
There are books, manuals, courses and blogs out there with plenty of advice on how to succeed as a writer. They are packed full of information about ‘writer’s journey’s’, three-act structures, believable characters and all the rest.
This course is NOT about three act structures, or even particularly about 'writer's journeys' and all the rest of it.
This course is all about the PHYSICS that makes all those other things work in stories - the principles that lie behind almost all other advice you'll ever read about.
Similarly, there are plenty of manuals, books, guides, and consultants who will tell you all about getting published - and will charge you £100s or even £1,000s to take your book out of your hands and get it into print.
This course doesn’t tell you about getting published, it walks you through the entire process - at a fraction of the cost.
This course turns you into an INDEPENDENT PUBLISHER and empowers you to print and distribute your own work from the moment you complete the course.
On the way, you’ll find out:
How powerful do your ideas have to be to make your book work?
What makes characters attractive - and what doesn't?
How can you get guaranteed emotional commitment from readers?
What invisible force drives plots forward and glues the reader to each page?
How can you make sure that you don't disappoint your readers?
Without confident answers to these questions, you have very little chance of attracting readers.
Everything in this course is based on an extensive 40-year study of English literature and popular fiction, ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary movies like Star Wars or the Marvel superhero films or American television sit-coms. Work examined during the course includes that of master authors like Dickens, Austen, E. M. Forster, C. S. Lewis and many others.