How To Write The Million Dollar Story

What separates great novels and blockbuster movies from the rest?

Just one thing: Story.

Once you know the secrets of crafting great stories, you’ve got it made…

Writing a great story should be the aim of every author and screenwriter. Once you’ve utilised the story-telling secrets contained in Million Dollar Story, you’ll be able to repeat it over and over again – just like other super-successful storytellers, such as J.K. Rowling, Dan Brown, George R. R. Martin, Gillian Flynn, James Patterson, and Stephen King.

Readers, publishers, and studio heads don’t care how accomplished a writer you are. The only question they want answered is, “How good is the story?”

When a novel is made into a movie or TV adaptation, the studios aren’t paying for great prose, dazzling dialogue, or scintillating syntax – they only want the story.

Reviews of Previous Editions

“I loved this book, I really did. I found it refreshing, full of no-nonsense honest advice that tells it like it is, a book in which the author likens the old pulp fiction books to modern Kindle short novels.” Sheryl,

“This is the second book of Jim Driver’s I’ve read. A quick read, I went through this book during one session on the treadmill at the YMCA. I’ve also read Jim Driver’s How to Write a Novel The Easy Way which was also good, short, and to the point. Each book inspired me to write better and faster.” Weaver of Words,

Filled with story examples from blockbuster novels, movies and TV, comprehensive checklists, and practical hands-on help, How To Write The Million Dollar Story gives you all the skills you need to make you an expert storyteller.


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