3 reasons why you CAN write & publish a book this year

Learn more about TimThe 365-Day Indie Author Challenge is starting up again on September 1st, and this FREE year-long writing adventure is your chance to achieve something great by writing (and publishing) a terrific novel.

You could be a total beginner without a single word on the page, or you could be halfway through your novel wondering how to move forward.

Either way, join us, and we’ll get you on your way to becoming a published author!

How do I know you can do it? Because I’m pulling out all the stops to make it as easy as possible for you.

Here are the 3 reasons why you can definitely do this:

1. You can jump right in. Maybe you already have an idea—an inkling of what you’d like your story to be about. Don’t worry, we’ll be developing that idea and turning it into a gripping narrative that has everything readers expect and want in a great book.

If you don’t have any ideas yet, relax. We’ll brainstorm.

2. You can write your novel in bite-sized chunks. This means you’re never lost as you learn! We’ll spend the first week getting our ideas together, learning how a simple idea blossoms into a full-blown story. You’ll also learn what NOT to do—those early mistakes that can make it a lot harder to get through your whole novel.

You’ll win early, and win often. After just 30 days, you’ll have a complete first chapter! Congrats! That’s really something to be proud of. Show it to family, friends, fellow writers. See what they think. Now, let’s build on what you have and learn how to put together the rest of your exciting story.

All the while, your fellow writers in the group are there for advice, questions, encouragement, and camaraderie.

While some of us are total beginners and others are veteran authors and industry professionals, we’re all gunning for the same goal: a book published by this time next year.

Get on board! You can sign up here to start on September 1st (or October 1st, your choice).

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