Make Bucks Writing and ePublishing Erotica [NOOK Book]

Overview

This nonfiction ebook boldly tackles the unique challenges of writing erotica for fun & profit and getting your creative efforts “out there” for folks looking for a good racy read by explaining the ease of epublishing your manuscript yourself for free.

If you’ve ever thought about trying your hand at writing erotica this is the ebook that will help you do it ...
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Make Bucks Writing and ePublishing Erotica

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Overview

This nonfiction ebook boldly tackles the unique challenges of writing erotica for fun & profit and getting your creative efforts “out there” for folks looking for a good racy read by explaining the ease of epublishing your manuscript yourself for free.

If you’ve ever thought about trying your hand at writing erotica this is the ebook that will help you do it successfully by creating compelling content that will have readers coming back for more of your alluring words.

This ebook doesn’t give you chapter and verse for writing your manuscript—that requires your creative efforts, but it does point you in the right direction for undertaking the task in a writing styple that works for you. There’s also an easy to follow explanation about the differences between writing romance, erotica, and porno that will help you to reach your target audience more effectively.

You’ll also learn how to publish your work for free as ebooks available for sale on Amazon and B&N, and earn up to 70% in monthly royalties on every ebook sold. Throughout recorded history, sex has always been a steady seller especially in a sluggish economy when folks are looking for a fun read at an affordable price.

During the 60s and 70s the author wrote numerous articles and stories that appeared in popular men’s magazines. In this “Digital Age” of publishing he has published more than a half-dozen erotic ebooks. His most recent is the popular epic-length, "The Professor and the Erotic Coed Saga," available as an ebook from the Amazon Kindle Bookstore and the B&N Nook Bookstore.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013275881
  • Publisher: CREATUS
  • Publication date: 6/19/2012
  • Series: Ebooks About Ebooks, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,311,417
  • File size: 230 KB

Meet the Author

John Franklin (aka John F. Harnish) is the pen name of a rather infamous and prolific author with more than three dozen popular books to his credit, and numerous magazine pieces, written throughout his publishing career that now spans well over five decades—and thankfully continues on. He has been a freelance contributor of articulate nonfiction articles and compelling lead feature stories that have been published in a variety of popular monthly print magazines and ezines.

John’s unique storytelling style is often referred to as simply unexpected springboards of laugh-out-loud humor, blended with enhanced perspectives on real life’s dilemmas ripe for twists and turns frequently found only in thriller style mysteries, colored with insightful realism from a wide range of life experience.

Regardless of the topic, folks are certain to find his stories to be an enjoyable, humorous, sexy, and informative read.

Franklin’s most recent sizzling novel ebook is "The Professor and the Erotic Coed Saga."

His most recent enovel written as John F. Harnish is the weather thriller, "Blasting the Hell Out of Tornados." John is using the plot to advance a creative concept to snuff out tornados and perhaps hurricanes too.

"Dying and Death and Near Death Experiences" is his newest nonfiction exploration of a sensitive topic.

"The Ugly American Quagmire: A modern day dialogue between Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson" is a political satire based on a spirited conversation reflecting on the 2013 winter of discontent and the woeful quagmire the nation has fallen into.

John shares his home in the greater Philadelphia area with his trusty wolf-dog, Aurora. She is a beautiful husky-lab-chow with a big touch of wolf. The backyard is her domain although she is a house-dog companion who is always close to John.

He is addicted to watching Jeopardy every weekday evening. One of his favorite mind stretching pastimes is playing Words-with-Friends. With the legal middle birth name of Franklin, he is a bastard descendent of Ben Franklin.

John was employed as a vice president with an innovative, mid-size digital publisher for almost a decade and a half prior to his “premature” retirement late in 2011. He continues to work as a consultant for special projects and accepts interesting freelance writing assignments.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2012

    Sex Sells

    A short book, but funny with very good information for all levels. A must for beginning erotica novelists and good for the pro as well.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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