I am running another of my famous 24 Hour Specials today only, Thursday, February 21, 2008.
I am celebrating the launch of a new product, which I hope you’ll find useful.
At the same time, I’m giving a substantial price break on a couple of my existing products, Fiction 101 and Fiction 201.
If you’ve been wanting to get a deal on either Fiction 101 or Fiction 201, OR if you’re curious about the new product, check it out on the information page here.
As we discussed on this blog a few days ago, I rarely run ads on this blog or in my e-zine. This is one of those rare occasions.
This 24 Hour Special will run from midnight to midnight, PST, Thursday, February 21, 2008.
Snagged it, thanks. Compelling advertising, by the way. How could I not pay a mere XX bucks to find out the one thing I should NEVER, ever include…..(warning, spoilers)
And I have ALWAYS wondered what to do when I can’t be in two places at once. Now I’ll know!
Thanks Meredith & Randy!
Carrie Neuman says
I may not be ready to get published, but it’s probably time to start laying the ground work. I only have a couple years before I go back to school, so I better get my conferences in now while I still have money. 🙂
Thanks Randy and Meredith.
Daan Van der Merwe says
As Gerhi pointed out some time ago, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for us okes here in South Africa to attend a conference. 🙁
BUT… we won the Rugby World Cup. So there.
Kristi Holl says
This came at a perfect time for me with Mt. Hermon coming up in three weeks. I just downloaded the conference ebook. What a lot of bang for the buck! Thank you.
Lacy J Williams says
I bought Meredith’s ebook last year before the American Christian Fiction Writers conference, and I credit it as being 1 of the main reasons I 1) got a lot out of the conference, and 2) had realistic expectations about the conference.
It’s a must-read if you’re attending a conference this year!
Brandy Brow says
Perfect timing, Randy. Thanks.
Robert Treskillard says
Bought it. Attending the ACFW conference in the fall, and this has already opened my eyes for what to expect. Thanks, Randy!