As you may know, commercial fiction (genre fiction) is currently a hot area in self-publishing. We’ve got several writing programs which help you to establish a career as a novelist and short story writer.
Readers have asked “which program is right for me?”
Which program is for you?
That depends on where you are in your writing career. If you’re making the switch from other forms of writing, and are new to writing genre fiction, start with Story Power.
Writing short fiction teaches you how to write fiction, and with the launch of Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited, writing short stories is currently more profitable than writing longer fiction.
Here are four tips to turn short stories into Kindle cash.
Short stories have never, ever been as profitable as they are today, so if you’re a new fiction author, you’re being paid to learn. :-)
Hot Plots: tell exciting stories
Our latest program, Hot Plots, teaches you how to develop great stories. As I said in this article on how to write commercial fiction:
“Fiction is stories. Everyone loves stories. Readers read stories for escape, to learn more about other people, and to feel specific emotions.”
Make money with fiction
Writers always want to know the income potential of an area, so I covered that in this blog post, Indie Publishing And Money:
“The Passive Voice blog’s been asking authors to share their “I quit my day job” stories in a series of posts. All those posts received massive comments, so you can see that yes, indeed, people are making a good living writing fiction and self-publishing it.”
Enjoy writing fiction, and take advantage of this new golden age for writers. :-)
Hot Plots: Craft Hot-Selling Fiction in 5 Minutes (or less)
The big secret of making money from your fiction is writing a lot. And publishing strategically and consistently. Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program ensures that authors can make money from short stories, and all kinds of fiction. Moreover, whatever you’re publishing, you have a global audience.
You’re about to discover the easiest, fastest, and most fun plotting method ever. You can use it for all your fiction, whether you’re writing short stories, novellas or novels. Take control of your fiction now, and publish more, more easily. Discover Hot Plots.
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