March to a Bestseller
Here are the books for the "March to a Bestseller" event! On February
28, 2014, all the books will be dropped to 99 cents! Click on the book
covers (above) or the links/covers (below) to check out the books on
Go back to the Facebook event to chat with the authors during the event.
From the Description of Writing Online:
you're tired of chasing low paying writing gigs, want to take your
writing to the next level, and finally make the great living you
deserve, I'm here to share what I've learned along the way."
book has 29 five-star reviews (out of 29 reviews). Author Sean Platt is
the co-author of more than 60 books and is well-known as one of the
co-hosts of the Self Publishing Podcast.
From the description of How to Write for Kindle:
"(This) is a no-fluff guide for writers on-the-go who have something to say and not a lot of time to say it. (Get the book) if you're
ready to say 'hello' to increased income, pride of product, and the
thrill of seeing your name on a great book."
book has a 4.6 out of 5 average with 137 reviews. Author Nancy
Hendrickson has written 7 books for authors, bloggers and freelance
From the description of Fire Up Your Fiction (formerly Style that Sizzles & Pacing for Power):
you're looking to hone your style, bring your scenes to life, tighten
up your writing, add tension, pick up the pace, and develop a more
authentic, appealing voice, this guide to the indispensable style
elements of writing a popular novel is for you."
The book has a
4.8 out of 5 average with 64 reviews. Jodie Renner is an award-winning
writer and a sought-after freelance fiction editor.
From the description of Writing Habit Mastery:
"In Writing Habit Mastery
you'll learn how to incorporate writing into your daily routine. What
you'll get is a strategy and list of tools that will help you develop a
sustainable writing habit and demolish writer's block."
book has a 4.5 out of 5 average with 54 reviews. S.J. Scott has written
over 20 books on writing, productivity and blogging.
From the description of 77 Ways to Find New Readers for Your Self Published Book!:
this concise guide co-founder of the 30 Day Books studio Laura Pepper
Wu shares actionable tips and secrets that you can use to skyrocket the
sales of your book and find new readers in places far outside of your
This book has a 4.8 out of 5 average with 44 reviews. Laura Pepper Wu has written six books.
From the description of Your First 1,000 Copies:
"In Your First 1000 Copies,
seasoned book marketing expert Tim Grahl walks you through how
successful authors are using the online marketing tools to build their
platform, connect with readers and sell more books."
The book has a
4.8 out of 5 average with 104 reviews. Tim has worked with over 100
different authors, including New York Times bestselling author Hugh
From the description of Rivet Your Readers with Deep Point of View:
handbook shows you how to perform the transformation from ordinary
narrative to deep narrative in clear, easy-to-master steps. I invite you
to sweep your writing to the next level with a technique that creates
immediacy and intimacy with your readers."
The book has a 4.5 out of 5 average with 158 reviews. Jill Elizabeth Nelson is the author of 13 books.
From the description for 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts, Volume 2:
beyond the typical, 'It was a dark and stormy night...' story starters,
this new collection of 1,000 prompts has been specifically formulated
to dig deep into the creative process. The prompts employ
thought-provoking questions, imaginative scenarios and humor to help
writers of all ages defeat writer’s block."
The book has a 4.4 out of 5 average with 79 reviews. Bryan Cohen has written 33 books.
From the description for Author Publicity Pack:
"(This book outlines) over 750 places that authors of all genres can get publicity for themselves and their books. Also includes 100+ additional resources specifically for Christian authors."
book has a 4.6 out of 5 average with 85 reviews. Shelley Hitz and
Heather Hart have written more than 30 books between them and co-manage
From the description for The Writer's Tune-up Manual:
gives you a real opportunity to flex your literary muscles by laying
out detailed, often difficult assignments. Nobody said that becoming the
best writer you can would be easy, so roll up your sleeves, flex your
fingers, and get ready to take your writing to a whole new level!"
The book has a 4.7 out of 5 average with 19 reviews. Craig has written 10 books.
From the description of Practical Emotional Structure:
"Turbocharge your story with Practical Emotional Structure.
A simple, plain-English craft of writing guide designed to connect you
with your readers using emotional theory and the power of the
transformational character arc."
The book has a 4.6 out of 5 average with 19 reviews. Jodi Henley has done more than 51 workshops and presentations.
From the description of The Easy Way to Write a Novel That Sells:
step by step, no nonsense tips, techniques and simple strategies, this
book will enable you to turn your most treasured dream - to write a
novel that sells - into a reality."
This book has a 4.8 out of 5 average with 14 reviews. Rob Parnell has written over 40 non-fiction self-help titles.
From the description of How Do I Decide? Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing:
"How Do I Decide?
is a concise, definitive resource that will guide you through the
decision, allowing you to ignore the noise and hype and focus on the
right path for YOU."
The book has a 4.7 out of 5 average with 38 reviews. Rachelle Gardner is a literary agent with Books & Such Literary.
"In How to Write Dialogue you'll learn how
to format your dialogue, how to add variety to your dialogue, when you
should use dialogue and when you shouldn't, how to write dialogue unique
to each of your characters, tricks for handling dialect and much
The book has a 5.0 out of 5 average with five reviews. Marcy Kennedy is the author of the Busy Writer's Guide series.
online for a company or creating your own home-based business can erase
debt, allow you to travel and in some cases make you very rich. This
book will help you."
The book has a
4.2 out of 5 average with 71 reviews. Connie Brentford is a bestselling
author who has sold over 70,000 books.
From the description of Writing Fight Scenes:
step-by-step how to create fictional fights which leave the reader
breathless with excitement. There are sections on female fighters, male
fighters, animals and weres, psychological obstacles, battles, duels,
brawls, riots and final showdowns."
The book has a 4.5 out of 5
average with 64 reviews. Rayne Hall is the author of forty books in
different genres and under different pen names.
Remember to visit the Facebook event to chat with all the authors on February 28, 2014!