(The Bestseller Code) [E–book] ¾ Jodie Archer

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  • The Bestseller Code
  • Jodie Archer
  • English
  • 18 July 2018
  • 9781250088277

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Read The Bestseller Code ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Y Fifty Shades of Grey sold so well It sheds light on the current craze for dark heroines It reveals which themes tend to sell best And all with fascinating supporting data taken from a five year study of 20000 novels Then there is the hunt for “the one” the paradigmatic example of bestselling writing according to a computer’s analysis of thousands of points of data The result is surprising a bit ironic and delightfully unorthodo Did they get high and write thisJesus This could ve been so much better They had all of this great data and then just dragged the fuck out of every chapterand when the actual Jaxon Kings of Denver #2 year study of 20000 novels Then there is the hunt for “the one” the paradigmatic example of bestselling writing according to a computer’s analysis of thousands of points of data The result is surprising a bit ironic and delightfully unorthodo Did they get high and write thisJesus This could ve been so much better They had all of this great data and then just dragged the fuck out of every chapterand when the actual

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