When I recently discovered a new Kindle fiction writing guide that was getting great reviews, I had to check it out. I’ve been writing fiction myself here and there over the years, and fiction really is the biggest opportunity on Kindle for publishers.
Michelle Spiva has put together a very in-depth course called Good Fiction Fast writing system. In this course she shares how to research and write short stories, novellas, and novels.
This is a very complete course. It includes a 58 page pdf, a workbook, videos that go over the PDF in a presentation style, and some document templates.
There a number of things I like about this course. Michelle has presented the fiction writing process with both professionalism and polish. She shows what’s needed for a quality book, and how to structure both shorter and longer pieces of fiction, including tips to help you stay on track.
One of the main benefits of this guide is that it clarifies the fiction writing process and breaks it down into a step-by-step template that can be done with some chunks of time here and there, so you don’t end up getting overwhelmed.
Feelings of being overwhelmed, along with a lack of confidence, are the two biggest factors that hold people back from starting or finishing their fiction pieces. Michelle does a good job of removing both these barriers in her writing system.
She is currently offering the course at a substantial discount from it’s normal price, and it’s also on a dimesale. You can check it out here:
Also, if you’d like any more info about the course before you purchase, feel free to drop me a line. I think this is a strong and very-well done course that provides a clear path to get you planning, writing, and publishing fiction for the Kindle.