What do blockbuster books and movies – like Harry Potter, The Girl on the Train, The Martian, The Hunger Games, and The Da Vinci Code – all have in common?
They’re all built around an idea that grabs your attention in one sentence.
It’s what industry insiders call a “high-concept” idea.
And it’s precisely what you need to make sure the novel or screenplay you’ve slaved over gets a second look from publishers, agents, and movie producers.
In this course, I show you exactly how to brainstorm and build out your own high-concept ideas so that you, too, can dazzle literary agents, film producers, publishers and readers — and start making serious money.
High-concept ideas are basically known as the “holy grail” of the book and movie business.
Because high-concept ideas are known to sell better, faster and for more money than ideas that are not considered high concept.
But what is a high-concept idea? And how do you know if you have one? Or better yet? How do you come up with one that will sell?
By the end of this course, you’ll know exactly what a high-concept idea is, and better yet, you’ll have at least one shiny new high-concept idea for a book or movie that you can start writing immediately.