How to get your next big thing from your couch

A new generation of writers has the same goal as you: to get their work out there.

A writer with a passion for storytelling and who writes to connect with readers is at a disadvantage when it comes to finding and securing funding for their work.

So it’s no surprise that, as a result, they’re struggling.

The short answer: no one knows.

There’s no universal formula.

As a writer, you have to make a decision to either invest in your own work or find the help you need to build a career as a writer.

You don’t want to rely on any one platform for funding or development.

You want to look at the tools available to you to find the best tool for your own story.

This is why I wrote How to Get Your Next Big Thing From Your Couch.

The book provides a framework for you to understand how to get a great first story published, and how to use these tools to get yourself on the right path.

I spoke with a number of industry professionals to get the lowdown on what to look for when seeking funding for your next project, and I hope this article helps you understand the challenges you’ll encounter along the way.

I’ve been writing about writing and storytelling for more than 10 years, and in that time I’ve seen many different ways to reach readers.

One of the first things that struck me as I was writing about how to reach them was the idea of a self-published book.

I have to admit that I wasn’t totally convinced that self-publishing was a viable option.

But I’m glad that, with the right platform, you can get published without relying on a traditional publisher.

Here’s the catch: if you want to get published, you’re going to need to make some money.

If you want your work to make it to a publisher, you need an audience.

I want to make clear that this isn’t a list of all the ways you can make money as a storyteller or writer.

I’ve heard plenty of stories about freelancers, artists, and writers who made a lot of money as authors and readers.

That’s not my goal here.

I’m trying to get you started.

Here are the steps I outlined to get started.

Step 1: Finding Your First AudienceBefore you get started on the first step, make sure you’re aware of the steps you need a platform to go by.

Here’s what you need and what you should look for: a website (e.g. where you can write your first article about your project