Win a Kindle Fire 7

Win a Kindle Fire 7

As a way of celebrating my awesome new website and my advent into all the classes I could possibly bring you, I’m bringing you a Kindle Fire 7.

That’s right. A free Kindle Fire 7. This baby is awesome. It’s so much more than an e-reader. It’s #allthethings. Games. Audiobooks. Books. Movies. Internet browsing.

Winning is too easy. All you have to do is subscribe to this email list (which is a special email list made only for this giveaway).

SUBSCRIBE RIGHT HERE.

Yup. That’s it.

Here’s the great thing—you can unsubscribe and still be entered to win. Not everyone is going to want free content on how to write a story that satisfies AND sells. Not everyone is going to want weekly blog posts on the art of writing. And not everyone is going to want free Q&A’s with me, where you get to ask me whatever you want.

Whatever. You. Want.

See, I get it?

Unsubscribe here with no penalty.

In the meantime, I’d love it if you could help me out by sharing this with your writer friends. If you want instant access to my free Handouts, all you have to do is stay subscribed. I’ll merge you into my current Authors Who Want To Write Books that Rock email list.

Stay tuned. Great things are coming your way.

(Possibly a Kindle Fire 7.)

(Just sayin’)

Free Dynamic Story Creation Webinar

Free Dynamic Story Creation Webinar

You read that right.

I’m going to teach you all the things, like: 

Creating a Dynamic Story that Satisfies and Sells

On Sunday, September 10th at 12:00 pm PST, I’m bringing you an hour of awesome content. Literally awesome content.

I’m going to go over my first book, Dynamic Story Creationand tell you how to write a story that satisfies and sells. We’ll talk about reader mindset, theme, questions around the theme, the physical layer, the invisible layer, and so much more.

For free.

Not only that, but you’ll get a sweet deal at the end. (You guys know how this goes. Come to my class, I give you exclusive stuff.) That’s how this works. Consider this your first lesson.

Thank me later.

Hate me yet? Good.

—Drake