Today I wanted to share with you some writing resources that could prove to be incredibly useful in helping you write more and earn more.
A couple of days ago I went to the twice-yearly" Book Fest" here in Brisbane where a charity sells off millions of books it has collected. It's one huge room full of hundreds of tables of books. Ahh...my dream place.
I love Book Fest and always get plenty of books.
One of the books I picked up this time is a book called "How To Make a Fortune On The Internet."
I'm currently about halfway through reading it and the author is a real ideas person. He seems to have many ideas for online businesses and doesn't hesitate to create them and has so far earned millions.
The book is up-beat to read and quite informative. He talks quite a bit about writing emails, auto-responder series and, of course, web page content.
And it seems that when he's not busy working online, he's on the look out for his next great idea.
The same is also true for writers, in that when not writing and actually working on a project or our next book or ebook, it's really helpful to be watching, reading or listening to something that can inspire or teach.
Or even better, embarking on a new writing course can be both inspirational and motivational because it gets you not only learning, but writing as well. And as we all know, when writing momentum kicks in, especially during a window of inspiration, the results can be astounding.
So today I have 4 audios for writers, including Stephen King's "On Writing" that is a whopping 8 hours long.
There is also a link to the ScreenWriting University where you can sign up for a writing course and get feedback from a tutor.
The courses are aimed at beginner screenwriters who've never written a TV or movie script before as well as those who want to learn more screen writing skills.
The Natural-Born Writer
by Robin Moore (audio)
Robin Moore struggled for seven years to complete his first novel. Today, a dozen books later, he can write one in less than 90 days - with greater creativity and inspiration than he ever thought possible. How? In The National-Born Writer, this acclaimed teacher, storyteller, and novelist reveals the secret: Let your imagination do the work for you.
The Writing Life
Ideas and Inspiration for Anyone Who Wants to Write (audio)
Through their many bestselling books, Natalie Goldberg and Julia Cameron have done nothing less than deepen the way millions of us experience the art and practice of writing and creativity.
A Memoir of the Craft
by Stephen King (audio-8hrs)
If you don't have the time to read, you don't have the time or the tools to write. Here is Stephen King's master class on his craft.
How to Make Money From Home As A Freelancer
by Andy Anderson
Wouldn't you like to wake up every morning, go over to your computer, and get your assignment for the day and be paid extremely well that same day?
Does this sound like something that might interest you?
Online Screenwriting Classes
Developed by The Writers Store, the premier resource for writing and filmmaking tools since 1982, each class was designed to get you writing and keep you writing for a long and inspired career.
Get your screenplay on the track to success with the Fundamentals of Screenwriting online course at Screenwriters University.
This four-week class is the perfect introduction to the fantastic world of writing a script, from the fundamentals of the story down to the revision process. In this course, you will gain the tools to structure your scenes, your acts, and your plots.
At each step, you will receive comprehensive feedback on assignments targeted to develop the skills needs to thrive as a screenwriting.