Goodriter (yes, that is how they spell it!) is a new website aimed at writers and aspiring writers.
They describe themselves as a one-stop online shop for writer-related resources, offering the opportunity to save money on books, software, courses, and publishing services.
There isn’t a vast amount on the Goodriter website yet, but one thing that did catch my eye is that they are giving away an impressive range of freebies just for signing up to their mailing list.
It’s not just the usual PLR stuff you’ve seen a hundred times before either. The giveaways include high-quality ebooks which have recently been on sale on Amazon, ClickBank, JVZoo and so on (and in many cases still are). If you’ve been around online for a while, you’re likely to recognize quite a few of the author names too.
Here’s just part of the list…
Book Launch – Chandler Bolt
How To Make A Living With Your Writing – Joanna Penn
Writing Habit Mastery – Steve Scott
Structuring Your Novel & The Structuring Your Novel Workbook – K.M. Weiland
Growth Hacking For Storytellers – 5 Ebook Series – Monica Leonelle
Gotta Read It – Libbie Hawker
Prosperity for Writers – Honorée Corder
Mini Story Roadmap Kit – Jennifer Blanchard
Productivity For Authors: 13 Tricks Every Lazy Author Needs To Know – Mark Messick
Twitter Hashtags For Authors – Ani Alexander
Make Money With Non-Fiction Kindle Books – John Tighe
As well as ebooks, the freebies include complete courses, audio books, interviews, and more. Take a look at the Goodriter website for the complete list.
Obviously this isn’t just altruism from Goodriter. They are building a list, which will be used to offer subscribers discounts on other writing products and courses (including some of mine, for all I know). They will then earn commissions from any sales.
Nevertheless, in my view it’s definitely worth signing up to get your hands on all these goodies, which should keep you busy till Christmas and well beyond! You can, of course, unsubscribe at any time, even straight away if you like.
If you have any comments or questions about Goodriter, as ever, please do post them below.