The Wealthy Writer Ain’t For Me!
January 2, 2010

Today, I want to warn you about a new e-book out there that everyone is talking about. It’s called The Wealthy Writer. The authors are two foreigners, Nick Daws and Ruth Barringham. Daws lives somewhere over there in the UK and Barringham way down under in Australia. (Can’t get much farther away from the good old USA than that!)

Anyway, these two have put together a manual for writers, aspiring writers, wannabe writers and anyone else gullible enough to believe you can make money writing for the Internet. Oh, I admit, some people do. But it takes work. And that’s exactly what I don’t like about The Wealthy Writer.

Come on! When I buy an information e-book I expect maybe 30 to 50 pages of fluff that I can scan in fifteen minutes and then forget about.

I was horrified–horrified, I tell ya!–when I downloaded The Wealthy Writer and discovered I had to read some 252 pages! And each inside page had links that brought me to more and more information. And then there were all those bonus books besides.

What do I look like? A young, ambitious person with time to kill? Hey! I’m old and fat and ambition left me two decades ago!

Okay, I admit The Wealthy Writer contains more valuable information about writing and making money than any other e-book, manual, or whatever on the planet. And if someone puts in the time to study it all, he or she may very well make a pile of dollars (pounds? euros?) and live happily ever after.

But it’s not for me. I’m not happy. I don’t want to be happy.

Of course, I’m not one to tell somebody else what to do. So if you are one of those bright-eyed, ambitious types who wants to succeed as a writer, go ahead and visit The Wealthy Writer site now. I don’t care. In fact, I’ll even give you the link to their “bla-bla-bla” sales page. Here it is: CLICK HERE.

But for heaven’s sake, don’t buy it from them!

Study their sales page carefully. And their asking price! Then if you STILL want to buy The Wealthy Writer, return to this page and CLICK THIS SECRET LINK. This will take you directly to their secure checkout page where you can purchase The Wealthy Writer, but for $10 less.

This may make those two foreigners made as hell. But who cares, right?

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