With thousands of loyal Digital Writer readers, Platt, in an unexpected and rather shocking move, deleted his rather large email list.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) September 14, 2012
Sean Platt, half of the serialized fiction publishing imprint, Collective Inkwell, spends the majority of his time writing cliffhanger fiction such as the smash hit post-apocalyptic serial thriller Yesterday’s Gone. However, grateful for the many helping hands that were held out for him on his way up, Platt has always had his eye out to help other writers and has recently evolved his blogging platform to help as many writers as he can.
So far Platt, and co-author David Wright’s serialized triumph Yesterday’s Gone has received over 200 5-Star reviews on Amazon, while showing no signs of slowing.
The self-proclaimed Kings of the Serial, Wright and Platt are best known for their serialized fiction projects such as Yesterday’s Gone, White Space, and their YA thriller, ForNevermore. Yet, Sean is determined not to let down those writers who are following his progress by reading his writing books like Writing Online, The Digital Writer’s Guide to Effective Work Habits, and Sales Letter Shortcut – just three of the titles that the Digital Writer offers on Amazon.
Platt refuses to abandon the struggling writer that he remembers being and has chosen to evolve the digital writer blog into something more. Platt says, “The writer’s road I’ve been walking these last four years has been long, with far too many bends, and not enough light to illuminate the shadows. I want to shine the light for as many writers as I can.”
With thousands of loyal Digital Writer readers, Platt, in an unexpected and rather shocking move, deleted his rather large email list in attempt to “trim his tribe” and regrow the list, nurting a new group of writers, willing to do the work to make their careers happen.
By evolving the Digital Writer blog from a traditional blogging platform into a vlog and growing his new subscription only site at SeanPlatt.com, Sean will continue to empower struggling writers by giving those readers who subscribe access to exclusive information.
Sean’s new hybrid blogging might be the new black in the blogosphere, seeing the traditionally written blog fall out of favor.
In the meantime, Sean Platt’s fiction readers are anxiously waiting the next season of Yesterday’s Gone Season 4.
Writers interested in becoming more successful writers can increase their odds by following along with the success of someone who is doing every day by signing up to become part of the exclusive subscription-only blog at Sean Platt's website.