99-Cent Sale for Writers: 18 E-Books to Grab Today


18 E-Books for Writers ON SALE!

Looking for a quick, affordable shot of learning to boost your freelance writing income? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a chance to grab some useful e-books at bargain prices. I’ve teamed up with several other great freelance writing coaches, including Chris Marlow, Linda Formichelli, and Jeff Goins, to offer you this crazy, one-day sale. Excited to present so many top writing and marketing coaches here!

Yes, you read that right — you can grab any one of these e-books for $.99 — or get all 18 of them today, for under $18.

Some of these e-books usually go for $10 or more. But today only, they’re each available for under $1, only on Amazon.

Think about giving yourself an uplifting, illuminating holiday gift of writing and marketing knowledge that’ll help you get motivated, get out there, and seriously grow your writing income. Shop for yourself now, and you could be in a position to buy a LOT nicer gifts for your loved ones next year.

You might be asking yourself — why do writers offer these amazing bargains?

The answers include:

  • To get more Amazon book reviews
  • To improve book rankings on Amazon
  • More reviews seem to help with those rankings
  • To raise awareness that we have many e-books
  • Reviews, reviews, reviews
  • In order to mention the next e-book (in my case, How I Earn a Six-Figure Income From My Tiny Niche Blog, due out in 2016!)
  • Did I mention reviews?

Ahem. To sum up, if you like 99-cent e-book deals and would like to see me present more of them…please leave a review after you read! Help other writers discover useful info to grow their careers — it’s the nice thing to do.

Just click on a book cover to learn more and to purchase the e-book(s) you want:

Remember, these valuable e-books will only be priced this low for a single day — so snap ’em up while you can. (You might want to take a look at these authors’ other offerings — even more may be on sale, and they’re all super-affordable even at full price.)

Before you ask, yes, you can read Amazon e-books on your computer or smartphone — they’ve got a free cloud reader and app you can download. You *don’t* need a Kindle.

If you’re reading this post after Dec. 9, 2015, well…you can still buy all these books! They’re still a great value at their regular prices. These links will keep on working.

P.P.S. Yes, some of us are in the Amazon affiliate program, so we may earn a bit extra if you buy through these links. Doesn’t cost you extra. Thanks for supporting other writers!

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  1. Ravi M

    Dear Carol,

    I have read “Fear Not! Confidence-Building Insights, Tips, and Techniques for Freelance Writers”. Really a wonderful book, and it should be added to all the courses as a part of the courses. I don’t know why you are selling it at very low price.

    => And for perfect English, “English Grammar for Dummies” and “Chicago Manual of Style” are my recommendations.

    • Carol Tice

      If you’ve read it — please review it on Amazon!

      And…it’s a low price because I want as many writers as possible to bust their fears and launch their careers. 😉

  2. Ravi M

    It might be really a great news for all who never buy a book of these 18 books. But it would not be the same for all who bought the books earlier at the original prices. Of course, most of the already purchasers would not buy all 18 ebooks, so they can this deal for the remaining ebooks.

    Yes, I am not expressing my disappointment! But asking for this kind of discount of your courses at the site: UsefulWritingCourses.com

    Hope you provide a huge discount for us!


    • Carol Tice

      Ravi, our Escape the Content Mills course is now just $9.99! Even though it used to sell for $300. You can check that out here: http://usefulwritingcourses.com. The other classes are not currently for sale.

    • Ravi M.

      Dear Carol Tice,
      Thanks for the wonderful response. But I have been waiting for the Article Writing Master Class since I found it, because it covers how-to write as well.

      Could you please set the same offer for that course at least for some first days of the launch when you re-open the class?

    • Carol Tice

      What, that it be 99 cents, or $9.99? That’s not happening, sorry!

      I’m actually not sure when AWM might be taught again, maybe next spring or summer…but it’s a hands-on class where we hire magazine editors to come on staff. We can discount Escape the Content Mills because it’s an e-course that’s self-serve.

    • Ravi M.

      No. I asked for $9.99, not 99 cents.

      OMG! I didn’t know AWM is with direct magazine editors. I will try to take the course when it will be reopened.

      Carol, could you please clarify me this one:
      I’m from India. I write fiction in regional magazines (not English), and on Amazon (English as well),

      Is it possible to get published in US/UK/Europe magazines or newspapers without leaving my present location in India? I am asking this because I am non-native English man, and never wrote articles or other works for clients or magazines outside India (in fact, I hadn’t tried). I am glad if it is possible and will be inspired if you share some success stories of Indian writers in your upcoming posts.

    • Carol Tice

      It’s certainly possible! I’d check out Mridu Kullar Relph’s blog for some resources on that.

      It’s increasingly a global business, where editors care about great stories, not your location. I’d start trying to pitch outside your home country and see what sort of responses you get.

      If you’re asking if it’s possible to get FICTION published…that’s outside my area. Most magazine articles in the US are reported, journalistic nonfiction.

    • Ravi M.

      Happy to hear that.

      => No, I am asked for Non-Fiction. I have no worries about fiction, because I can post fiction on Amazon and many national magazines. And it is possible to go global with or without print publishers.

      I mentioned that I am writing fiction, just to make you find easy whether my writing is good for non-fiction projects as well outside India.

      => In clear, these are my questions:
      1) Can Indians get clients outside India if they have writing experience, or completely beginner with writing passion?

      2) What if the writers who never had written for clients before, but could write good writing?

      3) What if the writer just completed the college? Is it possible to get published if he can research and write great content on any area?

      => Thank you for taking my comments and telling me to try more helping resource about that.

      I am really surprised for your great support.
      Thanks a lot.

    • Carol Tice

      Ravi, the many grammar errors in your comment above tell me you may need to work on your English before trying to pitch U.S. magazines with reported story ideas. I can recommend the book How to Not Write Bad by Ben Yagoda — a fun read that goes over all the common errors and how to fix.

    • Ravi M

      Yes. I found 1 mistake in my first comment, and 3 errors in my last comment. But I noticed all of them after clicking the “Post Comment” button.

      I can proofread (no worries about that).

      Now, please clarify my doubt: What if a person has no working experience in an area, but he can write good content in that area? Will he get clients?

    • Carol Tice

      Ravi, every writer working today once had no clips. So obviously, it’s possible to break in, right?

  3. Jaime

    I bought 7 books. Definitely more than enough to get me started. That’s why I love waiting until Nov/Dec sales & after-Christmas sales too. Thank you so much. =)

    • Carol Tice

      Wow — enjoy all the reading over the holiday, Jaime!

  4. Mikos Page

    Thanck you for share this post with us.Amazing offers on my favorite e-books.Thanck you again very much .

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