Becoming A Writer

You've always wanted to write - even somewhere down deep inside. The good news: this isn't anything hard to do. It does take some time to learn, but you practice as you go - and keep getting better. We've researched and tested - just to save you time.

First Benefit

How does an author make a writing business profitable? I'm investigating.

Second Benefit

How can you write better, faster, easier? I'm looking into it.

Third Benefit

Where do you get ideas - and how can  you train your inspiration to be more cooperative? I'm on your side - and will tell you what I've found...

Save Time - Learn from My Mistakes and Successes

You want to become a writer, or get better at it. I write regularly about what's reported to work, and the results of my own tests. Because I do a lot of research to find things that work. And I've been at this self-publishing scene for over a decade now. And had my bestsellers, and earned my financial freedom.

I publish these research articles, as often as several times a week.

But it's easier to get things in an email as a summary. So I'm asking if you want another email in your Inbox, sure. Once a week.

Maybe sooner - but only if there's a special offer you'd want to hear about. (But it will be something valuable to you, not just fluff.)

You don't have to. No one will be disappointed if you don't. And you never have to open one. And you can always unsubscribe in a heartbeat. Or re-subscribe if you miss them. And I don't send out other's offers to bother you. Just articles.

Your choice.

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Robert C. Worstell
Chief Editor, Midwest Journal Press