Advanced Writer's Toolkit
Everything the Advance Author needs to know about launching a brilliant career
So, you've written a book, or two. Maybe you've even sold one, or indie published...fantastic!
Now what? It's time to build that brilliant career!
A lucrative, successful career takes three thing: Quality writing, Quantity (meaning more than one book on the market!) and Quickness (meaning, you have to publish regularly).
- Quality writing is all about upping your craft, upping your storytelling abilities with every story.
- Quantity is all about strategizing to give your readers what they want (and building that fan base)
- Quickness takes the ability to manage your time and get the story on the page.
As the author of over 50 novels, with over 1.2 million books sold, many that have landed on national best-seller lists (like USA Today, and Amazon), and that have won awards (like the RITA and Christy), I have worked hard to master these three key tools for success.
And I'm sharing them with you.
In this free course, you'll get:
Plan for Writing Success!
Preparation is an important part of any job, but doubly so as an author or aspiring author. Let us teach you how! Learn to look at your writing personality, what you want to write, techniques for making it happen, and how to break it down into manageable, bite-sized pieces. We'll end with a GAME PLAN for writing, learning the skills needed, editing and publishing that novel. **includes a downloadable writing plan worksheet!
Storycrafting 911: Rescue your words!
Wooing your Readers with Newsletters
The Advanced Writer's Toolkit will get you started on creating that brilliant career!
Your story--and your writing career--matters. It's time to be brilliant!
Hi. I'm Susan May Warren. I started writing while I lived in Siberia (yes, you heard that right--cold, snowy, Siberia). Alone. No one to help me, overwhelmed and not a little discouraged. Fifteen years later, I've published over 60 books in five different genres, have landed on numerous bestseller lists (including USA Today bestselling), won the RITA, CHRISTY and CAROL awards (and others) and started a school for novelists.
I've learned a few things along the way (beyond techniques on how to stay warm in the tundra!) Most importantly I learned that if I wanted to be published, I had to figure out how to write a book, how to edit it, how to step back from my stories, look at them with a critical eye, figure out what a good manuscript looks like, and then use my unique voice to make that happen.
First, write a good book. Then, learn how to sell it.
This is the foundation of NovelAcademy. Learning. Editing. Growing...Getting published and Staying published.