Thursday, November 02, 2017

Author Freedom Guidebook – A Self-guided Course

Author Freedom Guidebook A Self-guided Course Your writing and publishing should give you freedom.

And for most people, it doesn’t.

Because only four out of ten thousand authors actually make a living by publishing through Amazon.

Shocking statistics.

As a writer, the solution is simple: learn how the system works. Then do that.

After five years of concentrated research, I’ve narrowed down to exactly what the core basics are that most authors have been missing.

There have been a few breakthroughs:

  • What actually is a platform – and how you already have one.
  • The three habits you have to have in order to succeed.
  • Four steps you need to do before you start writing or outlining your book.
  • The two biggest lies spread in publishing.
  • How you can teach yourself to write classic bestsellers at home.
  • The biggest revelation is that, like Dorothy’s ruby slippers, you already know most of this. The problem is that you’ve been trained not to believe it.

This book is also a course. In 7 simple lessons, you can get started now toward a full-time career as a successful author.

It won’t happen overnight. But you’ll be on your way.

Success is waiting for you, along with your freedom.

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Saturday, October 28, 2017

Public Domain Publishing: Turning Ideas to Dollar$

Public Domain Publishing: Turning Ideas to Dollar$ Learn How To Quickly Profit

Public Domain Publishing is Profitable.

The term “public domain” stems from the word “public.” And when someone says “public,” what comes up to mind? Of course, we know already that the word is synonymous to “people” – that means, everyone.

So when you describe something as public, like when you say “public domain,” it actually means that that particular domain belongs to everyone. Ergo, free.

Public domain refers to anything that the people can freely use. It may refer to areas like community parks, playgrounds, unprotected natural land or wilderness areas, and buildings and structures like shopping malls or downtown squares.

As long as any one can stay at a place without fear of being accused of trespassing or loitering, then that place is considered public domain.

In addition to places, public domain may also refer to creative works. In legal parlance, this means intellectual property, or anything that results from the creative genius of man. This includes books, movies, art works, paintings, music, images, photographs, trademarks, and more.

All of this is normally protected by copyright laws, of course. However, copyright protection is not forever. Because of this, some people refer to it as “limited monopoly.” For they expire, too. Or, they were not applied on the particular body of intellectual property in the first place (i.e., works that were created before 1989).

Intellectual property that is not covered by copyright laws belongs to the public domain. Therefore, it is open to everyone who deems to use it.


So you know what a public domain is and what it comprises, question is: WHAT NOW? What has this got to do with making money?

The answer is…EVERYTHING.

The knowledge of public domain works, blended well with good business savvy and sound entrepreneurial sense could very well mean turning ideas (it doesn’t even have to be your ideas) into dollars.


You found the right place to ask that question. Because here, you will learn how to make public domain work for you in order to earn extra income.

Whether you are only out looking for some spare cash or hoping to establish the kind of big fortune most people only dream about, it is here that you will get your hands full with all the secrets involved.

Believe it. There is real money in the public domain. All you have to do is tap into the endless resources provided you by the Internet, and with a little help from us.

Specifically, here’s what you will learn:

  • How and where to find public domain works

  • How to prepare these public domain works for sale

  • How to market products online

  • Plus, links to essential web resources, articles, databases, free tools, and other hidden resources

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

PLOTTO Genie: The Endless Story – Writing Plots, Characters, Themes

Plotto Genie: The Endless Story - How to Build Plots That Grab Your Readers and Won't Let Go - By Building and Integrating Characters, Story Arcs, and Engaging ThemesHow to Build Plots That Grab Your Readers and Won’t Let Go – By Building and Integrating Characters, Story Arcs, and Engaging Themes

If you’ve ever watched a horrible movie, or quit a bad novel in disgust, it’s partially your own fault. Make that our fault.

As a culture, we demand more and more entertainment in our lives. So now we have multiple channels of shows that can be accessed any time of the day or night. We have millions of books available for incredibly inexpensive prices online – again: 24-7-365.

Because of this demand, it’s also become easier than ever to publish books and produce movies. It doesn’t matter much if they are “good” or “bad”, it only really means that they are out there and can be watched or read, consumed.

On the other hand, the really great movies and books are viewed, read, downloaded, and bought over and over and over. But more interesting is ideas behind them all have the same underlying structure.

This is the endless story.

Ever wonder what makes a great book or movie different from a pitiful excuse for entertainment?

Mostly, it starts with a plot.

But what makes a plot work?

As above, we can see that any old plot can be made new by using different actors with the same script. You’ll also see that while an elementary school rendition of Camelot is only memorable to the parents of the cast. When it is projected in the cinema with “big name” actors and actresses, then it’s a big box office draw.

What’s the difference? It could be said that it might be experienced actors bringing those characters to life. But does this explain books?

When West Side Story was converted from Romeo and Juliet, we also have modern and engaging characters developed just for that musical. When that stage play was converted to a musical film, it won 10 Oscars, including those for supporting actor and actress.

What makes a “good” plot and how is that related to the characters in it? Can what we learn from movies and theater be reverse-engineered to work in fiction or even non-fiction?

From months of my own studying the vast numbers of approaches to plotting, it’s clear that there is still a wide gulf between the mechanics of a plot and having a working framework usable for any writer.

This led to the study of two authors who had already done their own studies of which plots made successful entertainment, and actually built their own still-popular plot generators based on this knowledge.

The point of this book is to examine carefully what these authors described in their books so we can learn from their research. Then we can take what we’ve found useful in order to test on our own plots.

Many well-known and obscure writers have used these methods to springboard their imagination to new heights, instead of being dogged by “writer’s block.”

The answers to what makes a great plot are simple and few. The bonus in this book is to give you your own plot generator to help you when you’re stuck. Or to use as a regular tool in order to get off on the right footing with your next story.

Get Your Copy Today.

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