Cheap Thrill Alternatives Webinar

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Date: February 28th, 2018

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About this seminar

As you know I’m constantly designing new courses and looking for ways to teach authors all the things. At least all the things I know.

On February 28th I’m doing a live webinar called “Cheap Thrill Alternatives: How to Hook Your Readers & Keep them Turning Pages Without Resorting to Cliffhangers, Melodrama, or Exhausting Pacing.”

It’s a mouthful, but it pretty much sums up the contents of this training. I’m on a mission at the moment to show authors that what you’ve always suspected is really true: it’s easier to sell a good book than a bad one. In this seminar I’m going to teach three ways to build your authority and reputation from between the covers.

I’m developing what I think of as the keys to thinking of your writing as a way of creating art and making it pay. In this case, it’s a principle called “author authority” – why do your readers listen to you?

In this training I’m going to teach three ways that you can use right now, in your current WIP or your next book, that will convince readers that your work is worth reading for more than just excitement or entertainment. This will set you apart from the competition, make your work more memorable, and keep readers coming back for more.

It’s free to all, and I’m doing it live because that’s when I’m at my best.

Register for the webinar here: Harry Dewulf Cheap Thrill Alternatives Webinar

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