I hear a lot from writers struggling with self-doubt because they're not sure that what they have written will 'work' for readers.
I hear a lot from writers who have written a tremendous quantity of material but who know that there's something lacking in its quality.
I hear a lot from writers who have been rejected time and time again by agents and publishers and who are deeply worried that what they have written is lacking something.
The answer to all of this is a £10.00 book which tells them all what it's about in its title: How Stories Really Work.
One tiny investment which would save hundreds if not thousands of pounds on editing; one small payment which would save hundreds of hours of anxiety and heartbreak and self-doubt by revealing for them the secrets of the master authors, the bestsellers, the hit movies, the acclaimed TV series; one easy purchase which would set their minds at rest and reduce rejections by setting their stories in the right direction.
Don't just take my word for it...
What the experts say:
As with all professionals, I too read craft books every day, to stay on top of my game.
Over the last thirty years, I’ve read (literally) hundreds of writing books. And, lemme tell ya, the VAST majority of them are garbage.The relative few that are decent still aren’t great. Writing instructors usually spend 60,000 words saying what could’ve been said in 60.
EXCEPT for yours, Grant. Your books are hands down, bar none, exceptional. You get down into the nitty gritty and talk about real stuff that’s immediately useful. I especially like How Stories Really Work. You really nailed it with that one.
And, Grant... it’s REALLY hard to impress me. But, you had me hooked from the very first sentence.
In fact, I’ve already turned a number of my past clients onto it.
So... thank you for giving the writing world something of merit. Your book is a breath of invigorating fresh air. May it breathe new life into this great industry of ours so that writers may once again set the world on fire.
-J. C. Admore, Professional Writing Expert
An amazing book. Fascinating application of physics theory to the art of fiction writing.
Presents new ways of understanding how stories work.
I now look for"vacuums" everywhere. Excellent case studies covering all genres. Thought-provoking and inspiring. I highly recommend this book to all readers and writers of fiction.
- G. Leyland (B Social Work, Grad Dip Writing, MA Creative Writing)
What the authors say:
I'm reading through How Stories Really Work. I've studied writing books for years but I've never seen anything like this!
I learned about your work after reading an article you wrote. I was intrigued by the premise, but at the time, there wasn't an Amazon review (something I must rectify when I'm finished). I decided it wouldn't hurt to read the preview. . .And promptly bought it.
This book is REVOLUTIONARY. Everything is made so simple and precise that other methods of writing seem clumsy by comparison. It's not just a way of writing, but a way of seeing.
-A. P. (Author)
It's beautiful, informative, essential reading for anyone who wants to write fiction. It’s almost a responsibility point, you’re committing a crime if you don’t get it into peoples’ hands!!!
Your book is teaching me all the stuff that the other books don’t! I can learn all about three-act structures and all that stuff elsewhere -this book is telling me exactly what to put INTO the structure! It makes writing so easy and you can immediately spot where you’re going wrong! Excellent!
This is an absolutely amazing achievement! I highly recommend it to anyone interested in writing fiction.
I was extremely impressed. This is not idle flattery. You’ve done a superb job in uncovering the factors that go into making a great piece of literature.