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"Struggling to Finish a Novel? Discover the 9-Point Method that Guides You, Chapter-by-Chapter, From Idea to Finished Book in 30 Days, Even If You've Never Done It Before"
Dear Struggling Writer,
Does the following ring a bell with you?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, I have good news for you. You're not alone. Even best-selling authors feel that way.
It starts with a queasy feeling in the pit of the stomach. Then the feeling gets a voice.
"Who are you fooling?" it yells.
"You're wasting your time. You'll never make it, and besides, your story sucks!"
That voice is a dream-killer!
What's more, it's lying.
How do I know? Because nobody, not even a disembodied, born-critical inner voice, knows the future.
And you're not alone in hearing that voice. The other day, I read a post in a Facebook group by a best-selling author who said she sometimes sat there with the feeling that her story was bad. Several other successful authors chimed in. They had all experienced that feeling.
It's self-doubt. Lack of confidence. And although we'll never completely get rid of that feeling, there are ways to turn the volume way down on that voice. Because we need to squelch that voice so we can focus on doing what we need to do to succeed: write and publish books.
The best way to do it? To gain confidence.
But how do you do that?
Perhaps well-meaning people have told you to just write. Keep writing. Write faster.
Yes, that works to a certain degree, but what happens when you stop writing? Then your confidence drops again and that might explain the numerous unpublished books on your hard drive.
I have an idea about that :)
Let’s first talk about the worst thing you could do. You could set yourself up for failure by writing in a genre where readers only want to read established writers. One where readers only buy one book per month.
That would be a bad idea and it would be almost impossible to ever gain back your confidence once your books have failed.
But how about the opposite approach?
What if you could set yourself up for success, repeatedly, by writing in a genre where readers are voracious? Where they can't get enough of new books, and where they happily welcome any new writer that can help satisfy their never-ending thirst for more stories.
That's the kind of genre I would recommend you approach. And I’ll even share the genre with you.
There’s a sub-category to the Romance category called “Clean & Wholesome.”
That sub-category is getting more and more popular, gaining more readers every day, and what’s more… If you write clean and wholesome romance, they will fit into more than just that one sub-category.
Let’s Take a Quick Look at the Clean & Wholesome Sub-Category
Here’s a quick screenshot using Kindle Spy to check out the best-selling twenty books.
Don’t worry about the red light in “Competition.” Readers here are voracious so there are still room for more writers. One writer shared with us that she made around 80% of her royalties through Kindle Unlimited (KU), which shows that readers here read a lot.
They read enough for it to be profitable to pay $10 per month for their KU subscription.
Even new authors get a chance here.
Besides, this is just one of the sub-categories you can add your books to.
Furthermore, K-lytics’ data tells a different and very optimistic story about the competition.
Green lights for this sub-category.
Hi, I'm Britt Malka, and I'm here to tell you that your dreams about making a living writing books you can be proud of just became a lot more realistic.
I’ve followed this sub-category and others for a while, and I’ve noticed something interesting. The clean and wholesome books keep getting more and more popular.
Are people tired of violence, swear words and raw sex? Do they want romance, emotions, loyalty and pure love?
I think so. And I’m not there to argue with them.
What Does It Take to Succeed with Clean and Wholesome Romance Stories?
You need to write and publish. And then do it again. And again.
I must confess that it made me highly motivated when I read about one woman, Amy, who published her first book in September 2017 and by June 2018, she was making more than $10,000 per month. Just from self-publishing one novel per month.
That is doable. Even if you’ve never written or finished a novel before.
You might need a little warming up at first, but after a short while, you can easily reach the word count goal you need to write and publish a 50,000 word novel a month.
Especially if you get a plan to follow, almost chapter-by-chapter, making it nearly impossible to get stuck. Writer’s block is for people who don’t have a plan, not even in their head. If you have a structure and a blueprint to guide you, all the way from getting the idea to hitting the publish button, you will follow through. You will write and publish your books.
And you’ll gain that important confidence when the results show up.
Results Showed Up Fast
Amy’s story isn’t the only one. I read more. Stories from people who had begun writing a few months earlier and were already seeing success.
Were they brilliant writers? No. They were good, and they became better with each book, just like many people do with training.
You don’t need to be a genius to do this. You just need a plan. A blueprint.
Follow the "Rules"
Like any other sub-genre, this one has rules you must adhere to.
Otherwise... R.I.P. your books. I've seen some pretty nasty reviews for books that didn't follow the unwritten code of conduct.
Once you've learned them, you can quickly adapt your writing style to adhere to the rules and make your readers happy.
So, What Do We Have?
To summarize what we've talked about until now, let's see what we have:
What Do You Need?
What do you need to succeed with clean and wholesome romance books?
How about ways to find ideas for plots? An easy structure to follow? A plan to write and publish a novel in 30 days?
That - and more - is what I have decided to share with you, because I love teaching and writing, and I love to help others attain the same lifestyle that I have.
Inside the 72-page PDF eBook
Put His Shirt Back On:
How to Write a Clean and Wholesome Romance Novel in 30 Days
Writing clean and wholesome romance novels could be what you've been looking for all this time. Your entrée to a steadily growing income.
All the authors who're publishing with the frequency I recommend inside the eBook started by earning a few hundred dollars per month, but that income rocketed quickly towards four and even five figures per month.
Follow the plan, write, edit, publish, and you could become the next Clean and Wholesome Romance success story.
Starting Right Now
All you need to do today to change your future is to click the Add to Cart-button below, read the eBook and start writing, following the plan.
I know you might hear this little voice telling you that success is only for other people, but I can assure you that none of the authors I've seen make it into four digits in a few months were born with a typewriter in their arms. Nor did they have any special talent.
They just did what you can start doing today: they learned about the sub-genre, they wrote, edited, and published.
Isn't It Time You Go for Your Dream?
Aren't you tired of just reading about other people making it?
If that's the case, then don't let anything stop you now. Go for your dream.
Click the buy-button below, and your dream just became a goal you can reach.
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PS Clean and Wholesome romance isn't just the new "hot" genre. It's your chance to break into fiction with books you can show your family and be proud of. Even if you've never written a novel before.
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