The One Sentence Hook
How To Get Readers to Buy Your Book with ONE Sentence
You've probably heard people say that indie authors simply can't grab a readers' attention as easily as traditionally published authors can. This is because traditionally publisher authors have traditional publisher marketing teams behind their books!
But that doesn't mean you can't learn the secrets they use for their books...and use them for your own books.
Imagine if all you needed was ONE SENTENCE to sell your book. ONE SENTENCE that has the reader One-Clicking the purchase of your novel because they're already hooked!
This is a single sentence that you can use...
- In Your Blurb
- On Social Media
- In Your Newsletter
- At Book Signings
- On Your Book Cover
- and MORE!
If you're a seasoned author, you probably already know the importance of the One Sentence Hook...but they are so hard to write. Authors have a hard enough time narrowing their book down to a one page synopsis, or a half page blurb. But to condense to a single sentence? That's impossible! (Or at least, really hard.)
Except, it's not. At least not if you have an easy to follow system for developing them...which is exactly what you'll find in this course.
I can teach you how to create a selling pitch in TWENTY MINUTES.
And as a bonus, you'll be able to join our One Sentence Hook Facebook Group with New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Hamilton to Workshop your Hook!
Rebecca Hamilton is a New York Times bestselling author who moved her writing career to the slow lane to focus on her family and on helping other authors build their careers. Over the last four years, she has helped hundreds of authors move from part time hobby writing to full time career writing. Many of her "graduates" have moved on to make $5k-40k+ a month writing books, and 20% Amazon's bestselling authors are Rebecca's past or current clients. Her 2018 one-on-one coaching clients have experienced 100% success rates with her 14 Step Method, though she also offers smaller courses for authors who just want to dip their toes into the publishing pool first, before diving in.