Author 2.0 Blueprint = Mind Blown

Author 2.0 Blueprint - Joanna Penn
Author 2.0 Blueprint – Joanna Penn Image © The Creative Penn

I was browsing through The Creative Penn the other day and decided to join Joanna Penn’s e-mail list and got her free “Author 2.0 Blueprint” book.  Hopefully Joanna does not mind that I grabbed the image from her site :-).  The truth is, an author is always learning, especially me since I am at the beginning and just breaking into providing works to the public.  So I got the book and sat down to read some of it before bed one night.  The goal was some – I read ALL of it!

The information she provides in the book is mind blowing.  There are so many things I realized I should have different, shouldn’t have done.  There were a couple I did right, but very few compared to the wealth of knowledge she shared.  She expands on all of the information in further detail in her other books available on Amazon.

First and foremost – Scrivener is a game changer.  Scrivener is essentially an author platform software allowing you to better write books.  I had been using Word!  I played around with the software and fell in love with it in minutes.  They only want $40 for it for the Windows version!  $45 for the Mac.  With the features I have used, and I have barely touched it, it is well worth the money.

The advice she gives, the resources, the examples.  The Blueprint book is filled with so much information I will be re-reading it, most likely multiple times!  The crazy part is she gives it away for free.  Sure she promotes her other works within it, but she would be crazy not to!  The best part is, I got it for signing up to her e-mail list which will give me even more information.  I just want to say, very nicely done Joanna!

If you are an author, consider being an author or just want to see a very nice site, go visit The Creative Penn!

Author: RSWolf

R.S. Wolf's imagination booms and his stories must be shared; stories which just aren't told. Writing stories has always been one of Wolf's favorite things to do ever since he was in school. Wolf once wrote an eighty page story in two weeks for a fiction assignment in ninth grade. Being a huge science fiction buff, it is no wonder his writing style fits with the science fiction genre. If he isn't watching the latest Star Trek or Star Wars, he is writing his latest story, writing software, riding his motorcycle through the northeast or spending time with his wife and daughter.