Five Minute Audiobook Sample – Creative Writing Career

Here’s the first five minutes of Creative Writing Career book 1 – a book for aspiring writers of movies, tv, books, and video games.

The Book:

Want to be a writer of video games? A screenwriter? A novelist? This book will guide you as you position yourself for a career as a writer.

Based on a lifetime of struggling to make it as a creative writer, “Creative Writing Career: Becoming a Writer of Movies, Video Games, and Books” is a guide for aspiring writers to help them position themselves in an extremely competitive field. The book includes information on the writing process and ways to improve one’s craft, but mostly focuses on how to get discovered and where to concentrate energy in the meantime. The content of the book is supplemented by writer interviews, featuring some incredibly gifted people who share the wisdom they have gained. With writing, as with most aspects of life, I have chosen to rely on those with demonstrated wisdom to move ahead. This book presents that wisdom for the reader to do the same.

Includes interviews with the following: • Stephan Bugaj (Pixar and beyond) • Jerri Bell (O-Dark-Thirty Managing Editor) • Anthony Burch (Borderlands 2) • Kelly Ann Jacobson (Cairo in White) • Joshua Rubin (Assassins Creed 2) • Tomiko Breland (Editor with Zharmae) • Allen Warner (Ninja Boy) • Joyce Lee (Paper Words) • Will Wight (the Traveler’s Gate trilogy)

And many more!

Select Reviews: “You are virtually sitting at a round table, drinking a pint of brewski, while picking the brains of a group of hungry writers, directors, authors, publishers, editors and even entities from the comic book and video game industry (or rather Justin is, we just get the benefit of it!) as their careers blossom right before our faces.” Melvin Smith

You can also get the eBook by signing up for my newsletter (starter edition) or on Amazon and other channels.

Audiobook on Audible (free with a trial, AudibleTrial.com/CreativeWritingCareer.

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