Subject: 'Writing Stories that Sell' 70% off today only

If you want to hone your craft to learn how to write stories that sell, today is the best time to get Katie Weiland's course Mastering Character Arcs to Create Stories that Sell.

Instead of paying the regular price $299, you can get this fantastic course at $99 if you purchase today: digitalfreedom.ontraport.com/t?orid=4304&opid=6

And as a bonus you will get:
  • Serious Email List Building for Authors, 
  • Rob Archangel’s DIY Self-Publishing,
  • A ton of awesome books for authors including books from K.M. Weiland, Carol Tice, Nancy Hendrickson, James Thorn, Lise Cartwright, Nathan Meunier, Monica Leonelle, Roz Morris, yours truly and more…
The three courses and a dozen of books are sold separately and when bought separately they cost over $1,000

When you click on this link: digitalfreedom.ontraport.com/t?orid=4304&opid=6, you will watch a short video from the creators of this value pack and with a click of another button you will be directed to the check-out page.

Below is an outline of what you will find in Katie's course:

Module 1: Character Arc Basics
Lesson 1: Can You Structure Characters?
Lesson 2: The #1 Mistake Authors Make
Lesson 3: The Lie Your Character Believes
Lesson 3 Bonus: How To Write A Likable Protagonist
Lesson 4: The Thing Your Character Wants Vs. The Thing Your Character Needs
Lesson 4 Bonus: Your Character’s Goal
Lesson 5: Your Character’s Ghost
Lesson 6: The Characteristic Moment
Lesson 7: The Normal World

Module 2: The Positive Change Arc
Lesson 1: The First Act
Lesson 2: The First Plot Point
Lesson 3: The First Half Of The Second Act
Lesson 4: The Midpoint
Lesson 5: The Second Half Of The Second Act
Lesson 6: The Third Plot Point
Lesson 7: The Third Act
Lesson 8: The Climax
Lesson 9: The Resolution

Module 3: The Flat Arc

Lesson 1: The First Act
Lesson 2: The Second Act
Lesson 3: The Third Act

Module 4: The Negative Change Arc

Lesson 1: The First Act
Lesson 2: The Second Act
Lesson 3: The Third Act

Module 5: FAQs About Character Arcs

Lesson 1: How Can I Figure Out What My Character’s Arc Should Be?
Lesson 2: Can A Character’s Arc Be A Subplot?
Lesson 3: What Is An Impact Character?
Lesson 4: Should All My Minor Characters Have Arcs?
Lesson 5: How Can I Use Rewards And Punishments To Get My Character To Change?
Lesson 6: What If My Story Has No Character Arc?
Lesson 7: How Do I Write Character Arcs In A Series?

Module 6: Character Decisions

Lesson 1: Character Archetypes
Lesson 2: The Right Number Of Characters For Your Story
Lesson 3: The Difference Between Protagonist And Main Character

Module 7: Theme & Character Arc

Lesson 1: How To Find Your Story’s Theme
Lesson 2: Theme In Your Story’s Climax
Lesson 3: How To Create A Powerful Theme
Lesson 4: How The Antagonist Creates Theme

Module 8: Marketing Decisions

Lesson 1: The Most Important Factor In Selling Books
Lesson 2: FAQs About Marketing Books
Lesson 3: How To Build Your Platform
Lesson 4: How To Build Reader Loyalty
Lesson 5: How To Keep Your Backlist Selling
Lesson 6: The Author’s Secret to Success: Email List
Lesson 7: Number One Marketing tip: Have A Great Attitude

Bonuses

Bonus 1: Free E-Book: 5 Secrets of Story Structure
Bonus 2: Story Structure Chart
Bonus 3: Timelines
Bonus 4: Scrivener Templates
Bonus 5: Resource Roundup

I doubt there will be an offer like this ever again, so if you plan on honing your fiction or learning how to build an email list or self-publishing, grab this pack while it's available (today!) : digitalfreedom.ontraport.com/t?orid=4304&opid=6

To your success!
Alinka

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