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Write A Novel: Quick Tips To Get Started (and keep going)

Write A Novel: Quick Tips To Get Started (and keep going)

You want to write a novel, but you’re not sure how to get started. We’ve got lots of tips to help. But first — are you sure you want to write a novel? Why not practice with some short fiction?

Novellas and short stories sell well on Amazon, because of Kindle Unlimited. Subscribers to the Kindle service can read anything they like, for free. You get paid whenever a reader reads more than ten per cent of one of your ebooks. As you can imagine, it’s very easy for readers to get to 10% of a short story, and… ka ching.

Have fun writing your novel: if you’re having fun, so are readers. For the first time in decades, writing fiction can be profitable. Will YOU make lots of money? Probably not. But if you love to tell stories, you can share them with the world at the click of the Publish button… what’s not to like about that?

Story Power: short stories made easy

Story Power

Story Power — insider secrets of writing short stories and making them work for you: writing serials, and series.

Write with me: over four weeks, you’ll discover HOW to not only write short fiction, but also make money at it. I make a very nice income ghostwriting fiction for clients, and also selling my own short fiction under various genre pen names.

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How to profit from your writing: online store.

You can write a children’s book if you’ve got kids

Do you tell your children bedtime stories?

You may want to consider writing those stories down.

Bedtime storytelling creates best-selling children’s book reports: “‘The One, The Only, Magnificent Me’ debuted as the No. 1 children’s book on Christian book wholesaler Spring Arbor’s best-selling list, and was No. 2 for illustrated children’s books on the Top 100 Bestseller List at Ingram Book Group. The book features illustrations by longtime friend Joel Schoon Tanis.”

Author Dan Haseltine told his kids stories, and made up a story to help his son, who was struggling with rejection. The result was a bestseller.

If you have children, you have a built-in audience, and when you tell them stories they love, chances are that other children will love them too.

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