MUSINGS OF A STORY MERCHANT

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Introducing Ken Atchity's Master Class in Storytelling!

For Every Author Who Wants To Master Storytelling



"Our innate ability to tell stories not only makes the world evolve, but is the foundation of great, unforgettable books.


Introducing: Master Class In Storytelling

What you will learn:

    Master the art of storytelling
    What is a story
    What is a storyteller
    How to harness your innate storytelling vocation
    What is the value of stories
    What stories do for us
    What are the storyteller's responsibilities
    What you need to do to create great stories

Who is Ken Atchity?


Ken Atchity is a best-selling author, writing coach and L.A. based movie producer whose accomplishments include

Teaching:

        Former professor of comparative literature and teacher of creative writing at Occidental College and UCLA
        Fulbright Professor at the University of Bologna

Work History:

        Produced nearly 30 films in the past 25 years for major studios, television broadcasters, and independent distribution.

        His documentary special for Discovery Channel, based on the New York Times bestseller “The Kennedy Detail” by Jerry Blaine & Lisa McCubbin, was nominated for an Emmy.

        Has worked in nearly every part of the entertainment and publishing industries.

        Nearly two dozen of his clients have been NYT Bestsellers.

He is also:

        An author who has been on the inside of the publishing industry and knows how it works

        An author of over 20 nonfiction books and novels

        An experienced writing coach who has helped literally hundreds of writers to find a market for their work by bringing their craft to the level of their ambition and vision

And:

        He was a book columnist for The Los Angeles Times Book Review

        He is the founder and co-editor of DreamWorks: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Dreams and the Arts


This Master Class In Storytelling shares a lifetime of secrets learned by, and from, the most successful writers and creative industry professionals globally.


Ken Atchity is uniquely qualified, as a best-selling author and writing coach, to help you understand everything you need to know and do to master the power of storytelling.


    Ken Atchity is the author of these six best-selling guides for writers:


Here's Exactly What You're Going To Get With The Master Class In Storytelling:

    Video Training that will change your attitude
    A Discussion Forum Online
    Fast track material so you are not overloaded with material you DON'T need
    No padding, just what AUTHORS NEED to learn, FAST
    A guide to removing the roadblocks to your success as a storyteller
    A program that will set you up for long-term success
    Access to Full Course Online, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    You can take this course when you want
    No deadlines for completion
    Additional Support, If You Take That Option
    Please see the list of modules further down the page for even more detail!

Total Retail Value: $78 - for the basic course - BUT YOU WON'T PAY THAT


AND IT'S 100% Risk-FREE!

If MasterClass In Sorytelling doesn't deliver on its promise you WILL receive a full refund, This Is A No Quibble Refund Policy!
Special Pricing When You Order Now

The total value of what you're getting today is $78, for the course. But the good news is you are NOT going to pay that price.

Because I know what it's like to struggle, when you're an outsider in the industry, and because I want to do everything I can to help you succeed, TODAY we're giving you everything listed at a special price of just $39! That's right, that a 50% discount for a LIMITED TIME ONLY.

Order Now!

Claim your copy of this exciting and informative NEW Master Class from Ken Atchity!


Total Value: $78 - for the basic course, but you won't pay that price. Your price is $39.


P.S. Never before have you had such a unique opportunity to have this PROVEN expert take you by the hand and help you get in the right mindset to write great stories.

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