[Fiction] Force your muse to inspire you (1 hour)

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Have you ever been sitting and staring on a blank screen, waiting for your muse to inspire you?

Would you like to know how you can force her to inspire you and have your plot done and written in one hour?

Check this: http://malka.im/e/onehourplot

I know from experience that the way to force brilliant ideas to come forth is to challenge yourself. Often with a stopwatch.

Let’s say you have four years to come up with an idea to write a short story about – or a novel, if you’re ambitious.

When are you going to start?

Yeah, another day, right?

What’s the hurry?

Four years later, unless you got lucky, you will still be waiting for inspiration.

But challenge yourself, force yourself to come up with ideas by using a proven system… and you can have that plot written in one hour.

I know, because I’ve done it.

You can do it, too, just by following Rob’s blueprint: http://malka.im/e/onehourplot

You get a PDF with the exact steps you need to take to create a plot in one hour. No longer, no shorter. Exactly one hour.

You get example plots, which were created using that method.

And you get a checklist, so you have an overview that’s easy to use, when you start plotting, instead of flipping through the ebook.

At the end of the ebook, you will get ideas about how to find endless inspiration. And about what to do if you’re stuck.

All in all, I find this a nice little inspiring product.

Best regards,
Britt Malka

P.S. Check One Hour Plot here: http://malka.im/e/onehourplot

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