About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to write a novel
  • Anyone who wants to publish and distribute their books

What you’ll learn: 

  • An Introduction to Writing
  • Where to Get Ideas
  • Creating Plots
  • Story Beats
  • The Magic Story Formula
  • Advanced “Tricks”
  • Writing Schedules
  • Grammar and Style Tips
  • Publishing Options
  • Covers
  • Distributing Your Books

This fiction writing course will provide you with high quality and in-depth writing lessons to help you write and publish your first novel.

There are four things that we are going to talk about in this course. The first is how to get started. We’ll start from the very beginning and talk about where to get ideas, how to get your story going, and the best tools you should use that will make writing and formatting your book a breeze.

Then we’ll talk about how to get your story finished. Writing a novel is a huge challenge, and I’ll provide some tips and tricks that will make sure you get that first draft completed.

After we’ve gotten through our first draft, we’ll go over how to polish your book to perfection, and how and where to find editors. I’ll even provide a sample template you can use that should save you a lot of time in finding the right editor for you.

Finally, we’ll cover how to get your book and to all of the four major online bookstores. Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and Kobo. As well as how to distribute your book even further.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to get started on writing and publishing your first novel.

30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

Get started today and develop the skill of writing!

About the Instructor:

Ryan Wiley

Ryan Wiley is an online entrepreneur and fiction writer. Working at one of the largest digital marketing agencies in the United States, he’s helped several multi-million dollar brands improve their search rankings and traffic. He’s also consulted and taught countless individuals wanting to grow their online businesses.

As a mystery/thriller writer, he has several books to his name. And he continues to crank out novels at a blistering pace.

Teaching is what Ryan considers his greatest passion.

Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Preliminary
Intro 00:00:00
Where To Get Ideas 00:00:00
Alike But Different 00:00:00
Grandpa’s VHS Player As An Idea Generator 00:00:00
A Couple More Story Idea Tricks 00:00:00
Should I Plot Or Pants 00:00:00
Story Beats 00:00:00
Tools For The Job 00:00:00
Section 2 - Sitting Down To Write
The Lifeblood Of Every Story Is… 00:00:00
The Magic Story Formula 00:00:00
Plot Outlines 00:00:00
“Advanced” Tricks 00:00:00
Recap On Writing 00:00:00
Section 3 - Getting It Finished
Symptoms Of Excusitis 00:00:00
How Many Novels Per Year? 00:00:00
Writing Schedules 00:00:00
Tips On Eliminating Distractions 00:00:00
Bonus: More Tricks 00:00:00
Section 4 - Getting It Polished
Grammar Ain’t What You Think It Is 00:00:00
A Few Quick Style Tips 00:00:00
Editing Like A Boss 00:00:00
Where To Find Editors 00:00:00
Choosing The Right Ones 00:00:00
Polishing Summary 00:00:00
Section 5 - Bonus: Getting It Published
Your Publishing Options 00:00:00
Covers 00:00:00
Distributing Ebooks Like A Pro 00:00:00
Holding Your Book In Your Hands 00:00:00
Section 6 - Wrap Up
Wrapping It All Up 00:00:00

Course Reviews

4.9

4.9
142 ratings
  1. 4

    This is a very informative course for almost every entry-level writer out there. There are certain tips of information that will just add to what level you are at with your writing, which I found to be extremely beneficial. I wished there was a direct phone line to talk to Ryan while going through this course, though. The reason is to ask a few questions about some of the topics he was covering. In the end, I would recommend any writer, novice or intermediate, to take this course. For me, it helped me to know I was on the right track with deciding on how I wanted to get my book published. Thank you, Ryan. I enjoyed this immensely!

    Drew Monroe (writer of the ‘Dogwood’ an LGBTQI series that is soon to be published)

  2. Good basic to start write and publish novel

    5

    While I’m not a beginner, I’m struggling to get my act together and the main point, finish it. The course gave me this knowledge.

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