Learn How To Write A Novella In 14 Days!!!!

I know I have been a bit scattered lately in where I am posting.  Apparently the Facebook crisis of 2018 was a false alarm.  I still try to plan to post some from my phone, but truth be told, a lot of my stuff requires me to sit at my computer.

Anyway, the other day I took a class.  It took me a few weeks to get through the class, but at the end I was feeling pretty good about writing.  In 18 calendar days, with several no-write days, I was able to complete book 2 in my series that I am not yet telling you about.

A few lucky folks have seen the cover for book one of this mystery series, which only took me two months to pen, and they want that book bad.   But, it won’t be ready to release until 2019.  Cause you know, I am evil like that and like to tease.  🙂  More details on the books will be forthcoming after I get through a few rounds of edits.

Last night I sat down and cranked out a 5,000 word short story.  The night before I did the same thing.  One of them will remain a short and one of them will become a book I’ve been trying to write for like the last 100 years.  I’m going to use my short story to attempt to get into an anthology.

Enough chit-chat, let’s get to the nitty-gritty.  You want to write a novella in 14 days?  Are you feeling lost and scatter brained in your writing?  This class will help you.   It’s a bargain at the price and you can unlock all the parts in one day where I had to do it over a few weeks.  If I had to recommend just ONE class on the Author Grow site right now it would be this one.

PS-the last book I sent to my editor, AFTER taking and applying these classes, she told me that she noticed there had been an improvement in my writing.  This is my longtime editor who has known me for over 16 years and has edited my works into enjoyable stories for more than 10 years.

If you use my link to sign up, I get some money to help me pay for my own classes on that website.  Help a poor indie out!



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