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Archive Monthly Archives: November 2016

Did Thanksgiving and Black Friday give you some great stories totell?

How was your holiday? Did you brave the shopping frenzy on Black Friday?

If you had any maddening or funny experiences this past weekend, turn them into story ideas you can use for a Kindle book!

I can show you how: http://malka.biz/endlesskindle/

Even if you’re not in America and don’t celebrate Thanksgiving or do anything for Black Friday, my ebook will help you come up with stories of all kinds.

It’s really simple, but not many writers know how easy it can be.

That’s what my guide – Endless Kindle Story Ideas – is all about. You’ll get tons of ideas by the time you finish.

So write those stories and sell lots of books. ๐Ÿ™‚

Monthly writing help to keep you going strong

Are you getting my monthly writing newsletter yet?

What? You’re not?

Well, let’s fix that right now. ๐Ÿ™‚

Every month, I’ll have a new volume full of tips, stories, and advice from myself, as well as other writers.

I’ll help you with:

  • Research
  • Book Topics
  • Outlines
  • Writing
  • Editing

The only purpose behind this newsletter is to help YOU become a better, more successful writer. That’s it.

I work hard to include tips and advice from my own actual experience as a writer, as well as famous authors. It’s not a bunch of rehashed theories about writing that you could find yourself with a simple online search.

Don’t miss out on this. I’m certain it will help you become a better writer.

Get the 1st newsletter immediately right here: http://malka.biz/nf-newsletter/

Turn your Thanksgiving or Black Friday experiences into story ideasand characters

Did you have a lovely, sentimental, completely sane family event on Thanksgiving?

Or did you have to sit next to Aunt Martha and listen to her gossip constantly about everyone she knows between mouthfuls of turkey and fixings?

Did you want to blow up the turkey before Uncle Frank started a drunken brawl?

And how about all the “fun” of Black Friday. Good times, right?

Were you exposed to some… let’s call them “interesting” people or events on Black Friday?

Did you venture out like an intrepid explorer braving the wilds of the New World, only to encounter some “natives” in wild costumes acting like savages?

If you had some vivid experiences like those this holiday weekend, turn them into story ideas you can use for a Kindle book!

I have just the thing to help with that: http://malka.biz/endlesskindle/

Thanksgiving this past weekend was a US holiday, of course, but you can still probably think of many memorable people and events you’ve experienced this year.

They make great inspiration for stories you can write and sell. But you need to know just how to do it.

That’s what you get in my Endless Kindle Story Ideas guide. I hope you like it!

Why can’t you write about whatever you want?

Is it your fear that you don’t know enough about a topic?

That used to really worry me. I think it’s one of the most common problems for nonfiction writers.

So I set out to fix it. ๐Ÿ™‚

What I came up with is a way to write a great book about literally any nonfiction topic you can think of… ANYTHING!

I’ve put it together in a handy little guide, and you can grab a copy right now by going to: http://malka.biz/write-about-anything/

You’ll gain the freedom to choose whatever you want to write about and get that book done quickly.

How cool will that be?

Here’s how: http://malka.biz/write-about-anything/

Mastering the art of the mystery

Cozy mysteries are a popular fiction category at Amazon.

You know… stories about everyday people like Miss Marple (Agatha Christie books) and Jessica Fletcher (Murder, She Wrote TV show) playing amateur sleuth to figure out whodunnit.

Good, clean fun… except for the murdering. ๐Ÿ™‚

You stand to make a lot of money and build a large following of avid readers if you can come up with cozy mystery books that push all the right buttons in your readers.

Ahh, but there’s the rub. How do you know what cozy readers expect?

I wondered about that myself, so I went and found out.

I spent many hours going through book reviews, looking at online reader forums, and checking other related sources.

A lot of what I discovered was very eye-opening. I would not want to write a cozy mystery without knowing what I learned through this research!

And I want to share it with you so you too can write great cozies that make your readers happy and anxious to buy your next book… and the next… and the next.

Check it out here: http://malka.biz/cozy-mystery-deal-breakers/

NOTE: This is not only for cozy mysteries. Much of what you’ll find in this handy guide applies to all mystery writing. Don’t pass up this chance to know what readers want without spending hours and hours doing tedious research.

The sky is the limit – write about anything you want

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be able to quickly write a nonfiction book about anything you wanted?

Total freedom. No limitations.

And finish really fast.

It’s not a dream. You can do that very thing with a little help.

Here’s the help: http://malka.biz/write-about-anything/

I set out to create a guide that would open up the possibilities for literally any nonfiction topic you can think of.

Write a book super-fast that you can be proud of and that has a great chance of selling and building you a loyal reader fan base.

Sound good? I hope so!

Get a copy right now: http://malka.biz/write-about-anything/

It’s no mystery – you have to please your readers

When you write books to sell, you have to take into consideration your readers’ happiness.

It’s unavoidable.

And if you write mysteries, including cozy mysteries, it’s very important to know what avid readers of that genre expect.

Do you know?

If you answered ‘No’ then you run the risk of displeasing those who buy your book.

Mystery readers can be hard to please. But that’s only because there are some common mistakes many mystery writers make that are actually pretty easy to avoid.

And that’s what I’ve put together for you, so you don’t have to do the research yourself.

Check it out here: http://malka.biz/cozy-mystery-deal-breakers/

A big mistake writers make is violating the notion of fair play. Fair play just means you need to give adequate clues as you tell your story so that readers feel like they have a real chance to figure out ‘whodunnit’ as much as the sleuth in your story.

That’s probably the biggest reader complaint of mysteries, including cozies. Too many writers spring the identity of the killer on readers out of the blue. That’s a real no-no!

You must give the readers a realistic chance through the clues you leave to figure that out on their own as they read your story. Fair play.

But there are several more common errors beyond violating the idea of fair play. I’ll tell you all of those, as well as helping with:

  • Your Sleuth’s Brain and Occupation
  • Setting, Side Characters, and Killers
  • Romance and Love Interests
  • Violence, Gore, Sex, etc.
  • Surprises from Cozy Mystery Readers

My goal in creating this was to take away the scary part of writing a good cozy mystery: angering your readers. Once you’ve gone through Cozy Mystery Deal Breakers, you won’t have that worry any longer.

And for a limited time, you can get this for the lowest price I’ll ever offer. So don’t wait!

Here you go: http://malka.biz/cozy-mystery-deal-breakers/

Whodunnit? How to write better mysteries

Fair play is a big deal among mystery readers. And cozy mystery readers are no different.

Fair play just means you (as the writer) must give enough clues to your readers so that when you reveal whodunnit, it does not anger your readers. It’s a common complaint when fair play is violated in a mystery.

Readers expect this and other things when you write a cozy mystery, and you need to know what they are.

If you make readers feel duped or like they had no way of figuring your mystery out from the clues you left, you’ll have upset readers for sure.

How to avoid these kinds of mistakes is the focus of my latest product, which I’m calling Cozy Mystery Deal Breakers.

Check it out here: http://malka.biz/cozy-mystery-deal-breakers/

There are lots of things cozy mystery readers expect, and if you don’t get these right, you risk upset book buyers and bad reviews.

Fortunately, it’s not hard to avoid these common pitfalls. But you have to know what to avoid before you can avoid them, right?

That’s what you’ll get here.

Beyond the idea of fair play, you get help with:

  • Your Sleuth’s Brain and Occupation
  • Setting, Side Characters, and Killers
  • Romance and Love Interests
  • Violence, Gore, Sex, etc.
  • Surprises from Cozy Mystery Readers

If you have any interest in writing cozy mysteries – or really any kind of mystery book – I know this will help you.

And for a limited time, you can get this for the lowest price I’ll ever offer. So even if you think your mystery writing days are in the future, grab this now and be better armed to write great books.

Here you go: http://malka.biz/cozy-mystery-deal-breakers/

You’re not lacking time

Unless you can prove to me that your days have fewer than 24 hours, you’re not lacking time.

You’re lacking energy to spend your time wisely.

Yesterday, I recorded a short video talking about how you can get more energy to write nonfiction.

It’s on YouTube. Find it here https://youtu.be/rtrNprQwyV4

Your own high quality book or info product – done for you and readyto sell

In case you missed it earlier today, I wanted to let you know about something I’m offering to just 4 lucky subscribers…

How would you like me to write you a nonfiction book or info product of your very own on any topic you choose?

It will be 100% yours to do with as you please, as though you wrote it yourself. Totally new, not rehashed junk or PLR.

Better yet, I’ll do it cheap.

You’ll get high quality, pro writing you can put your own name on and sell – all for a lot less than you’d pay even an average ghostwriter. I’m not average. ๐Ÿ™‚

Sound good?

Here’s what to do: http://malka.biz/dfy-ebook/

But hurry! It’s limited to just 4 people, and it’s first come, first served. So check out the offer page and order fast if you’re interested.

If you get there and the order button is gone, others beat you to it. Sorry!

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