This September, become the author of a novel!

Learn more about TimIn a little over a month, as summer starts to wind down—at least in this half of the world—and thoughts of fall begin to swirl like crisp leaves inside your mind, it will be time to set your sights high on one of the lofiest goals you’ve ever had.

Writing your novel, that is.

The Great Big Indie Author Launchpad Challenge kicks off September 1st, and it’s going to be lots of fun.

For 21 exciting days, you’ll write 1,000 words a day. You’ll be able to meet other talented writers who are success-minded just like you. In the midst of this positivity, you’re certain to feel plenty of motivation and encouragement as you write.

It’s a powerful way to write your first (or next) novel.

There are many benefits of being an independent—or “indie”—author. You retain full creative control over your work instead of having a publishing house dictate what needs to be changed. You get to keep 100% of your royalties, which can really add up over time. You keep all the rights to your work, which could end up being very valuable indeed, such as in the event of a movie deal.

The stage is set, the candles are lit, and you’re invited, no matter what your skill level.

Once you’ve published your first book on Amazon, you’re officially an indie author! You’ll be on your way toward the prolific writing career you’ve dreamed of.

Your moment has arrived.

This September, dream big, and take big action.

Join us for the Great Big Indie Author Launchpad Challenge, starting September 1st, 2021!

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