How to write best-selling, award-winning fiction

There is a fine balance between writing high-quality fiction that’s good enough to win awards and writing fiction that is also accessible and attractive to make great sales. This course teaches the fundamentals of both good writing and good marketing sense so that you too can produce the best books you’ve ever written—and make a living from them.

   104 students completed this course

   100% recommend it to other students

   Teacher: K.C. Finn

 

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100% of students recommend

“I enjoyed this course, and even though I didn’t expect such a focus on marketing, it was still useful (and obviously, if the course name includes “best-selling”, there’s gonna be marketing). I’d love there to be more examples, though, similar to the example about the beginning of the novel. But other than that, I really enjoyed your course, thank you.”

 

Course plan

Lesson 1. Becoming a Writer
Lesson 2. Self-Branding
Lesson 3. Make Your Book Award-Worthy
Lesson 4. Making Your Book Sell
Lesson 5. Going 3D With Your Fiction
Lesson 6. Attaining Five-Star Quality
Lesson 7. Creating Real Characters
Lesson 8. Money Matters
Lesson 9. The Opener
Lesson 10. Wrapping It All Up
+ Quiz

 

Format

Starting tomorrow, you will receive a new lesson straight to your inbox every morning for 10 days. Lessons take just 5 minutes to read, and each course is followed by fun, knowledge-testing quiz.

 

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  • Format
    One lesson delivered via email daily
  • Duration
    10 days
  • Time
    5 minutes reading a day

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