-intones- With the permanent closing of the great and magnificent doors of Journal Genius 1.0, comes the dawning of a new age…the age of the Brilliant Writer AudioGazette…
Yeah, okay. Enough with the Star Wars voice and all that.
Just wanted to let y’all know about a new opportunity that is ONLY for Brilliant Writers on this list.
I’m starting a Brilliant Writer AudioGazette!!
What is a Brilliant Writer AudioGazette?
Think of it as a monthly AUDIO newsletter, in which I share with you my writing secrets and lessons that I’ve previously only skimmed through in these emails and in the blog.
You’ll get to dive deep into the mindset of a writer, how and why certain writing techniques work or don’t work, and how to write your dreams into reality.
Most importantly, this AudioGazette will, come June, be delivered directly to your phone* so that you don’t have to fuss with recovering passwords and getting manually approved to access courses and signing in to websites and blah, blah, blah.
As a bonus, anyone who chooses to subscribe to the AudioGazette will also get access to my Writers Ignited Archives (aka Treasure Trove of Trainings), which includes over two dozen master courses and 100+ detailed book notes on writing, business, learning, and personal improvement.
And for this month only, there will also be three special disappearing bonuses. What are disappearing bonuses?
- A one-hour phone coaching session free for the first 5 people who sign up, worth $500 (this bonus expires on 5/28 at 11:59 pm EST)
- YES, THAT MEANS TONIGHT
- Personal critiques on up to 3 of your (2,000-words-or-less) articles worth $100 x 3 = $300 (this bonus expires on 5/29 at 11:59 pm EST)
- Access to my secret stash of short stories and maybe a few other fun knick-knacks just for kicks and giggles. Worth? Priceless (this bonus expires on 5/31 at 11:59 pm EST)
A warning: this program is NOT for:
- Cheapskates and freebie seekers
- Short-cut junkies who want the glory without working for it
You can learn more about it here:
*Yes, this means you have to have a smartphone. Or an ipad. (unlike my college friend Mervin, whom I told you about earlier)