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If you’ve ever read the Harry Potter series, you just can’t help but marvel.

The way J.K. Rowling built the wizarding world, brought her characters to life, and then got us to ride Harry Potter’s emotions for 7 books in a row... 

It just blows you away.

Do you dream of writing like J.K. Rowling?

If you found your way to this page, I’m guessing you want to create a story that wins the hearts and minds of millions of people.

Something to put your name on, that’ll be forever out there in the world.

Oh, and... the financial rewards that come with writing a classic novel would certainly be nice. (J.K. Rowling is literally a billionaire.)

The problem is, most people can’t write like J.K Rowling.

Or at least, they think they can’t.

But what if you could?


Some people read the Harry Potter books and say, “If only I could write like that.”

Maybe they even have their own story idea.

They dream of writing a best-seller, selling the movie rights, and then retiring to some private island somewhere.

But when they sit down and write their own novel, it doesn’t come out quite like a J.K. Rowling original.

So they tell themselves they’re just not good writers.

Some of them give up.

Others trudge on... but when their novel comes out, it just doesn’t make the cut.

Truth be told, both of those strategies — giving up and trudging on — are bad ideas.

Because writing ability isn’t something you’re born with.

It’s actually a skill — and it’s a skill you can learn.

(I mean... you don’t think J.K. Rowling came out of the womb writing like that, do you?)


Maybe you write your own fiction... but it just never comes out right.

Maybe you’re in the middle of a novel right now. Your friends tell you they love it, but you’re worried they’re just being nice. Deep down, you know it doesn’t have the chops to be a bestseller.

Or maybe you have an idea floating around your head — but you don’t know how to turn it into a full book.

Maybe you’ve always dreamed of writing a novel, but you just don’t know where to begin.

Or maybe you’re putting together a novel, piece by piece — but life gets in the way, and other things start taking priority. And before you know it, your novel’s stuck in purgatory, never to be finished.

Oh, or, maybe you’ve already written a novel — but it wasn’t the financial success you hoped. And you’re gonna give it another crack — but you wanna do it right this time.

Well, there’s good news.

Because you can learn to write a novel.

It’s a teachable skill.

You see, there’s a science to writing fiction.

I already mentioned that J.K. Rowling didn’t come out of the womb ready to write Harry Potter. She had to learn how to tell a great story.

She had to learn what sorts of characters, plot elements, and details people like... and once she did, then she was ready to write her masterpieces.

Same thing for every great author. 

And sure, some people have a natural writing talent. But even they have to learn the principles of storytelling.

Same thing for you.

I’m here to tell you that you can write the novel you’ve dreamed of.

And, that you stand a much better chance than you think of “striking gold” — writing a bestseller that changes your family’s financial situation forever.

You just have to learn how.

The “Writing Coach” Who Changed The Game (With TWELVE Students Who Hit #1 On The New York Times Bestseller List)

Earlier, I introduced you to a guy called David Farland.

If you’re a science fiction fanatic, you’d probably heard of him beforehand. He wrote some of his own sci-fi novels.

That’s not why he’s special, though.

He was also a judge of Writers Of The Future, one of the world’s top science fiction competitions.

But that’s not why he’s special, either.

David Farland is special because his coaching, mentorship, and ideas influenced hundreds of science fiction and fantasy writers — including a whole bunch of successful authors.

James Dashner, author of The Maze Runner, says he never could have written anything worthwhile without David Farland. 

Same with Stephanie Meyer. (You might know her from the Twilight series.)

And yes... even J.K. Rowling learned from David. 

(Although if you’re wondering whether any of the characters, scenes, or plot elements from Harry Potter were inspired by David — no, they weren’t. David actually did something far more important for J.K. — he helped her sell the Harry Potter series.)

In fact, TWELVE of David’s students made it to #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.

You see, David thinks about novels differently from the rest of us. 

He understands the science of storytelling.

And he taught that science to writers all over the world.

Have you ever learned anything that completely changed the way you see something?

Like, some people become a parent, and it totally changes their perspective.

Or, maybe you went to a foreign country for a few months in college — and you got to see the world through the lens of a whole new culture.

Well, David’s class was that “game-changer” for a lot of your favorite writers.

His ideas were just so different from anything they’d learned before in a creative writing class.

Just take a look at what his students have to say:


Brandon Sanderson

#1 New York Times bestselling Author of the Way of Kings and Mistborn series

"I still use the writing techniques he discussed, and constantly reference him and his instruction when I teach creative writing myself. . . His explanations led me directly to getting an agent, and subsequently, my first book deal."

Elizabeth Chatsworth

#1 New York Times bestselling Actor & Author of award-winning fantasy THE BRASS QUEEN

David Farland’s writing courses gave me the tools to build my writing career. I wrote the first chapter of *The Brass Queen* as a worldbuilding exercise in the *Story Puzzle* class. Dave’s kind words of encouragement inspired me to expand that exercise into an entire novel. As I worked through Dave’s courses, I learned how to create unforgettable characters, thrilling plotlines, and emotionally resonant themes. I also gained an insider’s perspective of the publishing industry that helped me to become a traditionally published author. Dave shared the tools to build my rocket ship and pointed me toward the stars. I couldn't have wished for a better launch!

Brandon Mull

#1 New York Times bestselling Author of the Fablehaven, Beyonders, and Five Kingdoms series.

"Aside from being a talented writer, David Farland is an excellent writing teacher. Hearing him teach live and reading his written advice has helped me focus many of my own thoughts about the writing process. Those who would like to learn more about the craft of writing would be wise to pay attention."

The principles of novel writing.

Why were so many of David Farland’s students so successful? There are a number of reasons, but the biggest is, David taught them the principles of novel-writing.

For instance, how do you write a good character, versus just an okay character? Turns out, there’s a science behind that.

How do you get people to root for your protagonist? How do you get people to empathize with their struggle, feel their pain, and celebrate their triumphs? There’s a science to those things, too.

Or how do you write a good story — one that people keep turning the page for, where they wanna know what happens next — versus just an okay story?

There’s a science behind that, too.

Or, how do you do your world-building?

You guessed it — there’s a science behind that, too.

If you actually break down and analyze most best-selling stories, they all kind of go the same way.

A downtrodden but likable hero goes through emotional turmoil, stress, and struggle to defeat an evil and free his people?

That’s the story of Harry Potter.

It’s also the story of Star Wars.

It’s also the story of David, from the Bible. And Moses. And Jesus Christ.

In fact, if you really think about it, that’s the structure of pretty much every classic story.

There’s something deeply rooted in the human consciousness about stories like that. We like them.

And you — just like many great writers before you — can learn to tell a story exactly like that.

Writing a novel vs. selling a novel.

Unfortunately, if you wanna make money from your book, you don’t just have to write a good novel. You have to write a sellable novel.

You’d think that would be the same thing. But... it’s not.

Lots of “genius” writers, who critics love, bomb in the bookstore.

While lots of “bad” writers go on to make a fortune.

Did you know that when Stephen King was just getting started, critics hated his books?

They didn’t have the right “literary style,” people said. But then they sold so many copies, the critics couldn’t ignore them anymore.

Truth be told, there’s a difference between writing a novel that you like — and writing a novel that makes money.

This isn’t something they teach in most creative writing classes. But it’s something that David Farland always emphasized to his students.

David helped writers just like you turn writing from their hobby... 

Into their career.

Putting It All Together

Sadly, David Farland passed away in January of 2022.

So needless to say, you can no longer get mentored by him.

But, you can get the next best thing.

You see, since David’s death, Rafael Hohmann has been teaching in his place.

Rafael was born in a dungeon in a South American castle. (True story... you can ask him about it when you meet him.)

He’s also, in my humble opinion, the best possible person to take over and teach David’s course. 

That’s because:

  • Rafael worked closely with David.
  • All of David’s ideas are out there, because a whole bunch of his lectures, workshops, and speeches got recorded. Rafael studies them obsessively, and he’ll be showing you a sample of them in class.

Just like Socrates handed the reins to Plato, who gave them to Aristotle...

David has passed on his legacy to Rafael.

And Rafael’s gonna be teaching the exact class that David used to teach, starting September 1. 

He’ll teach you the same ideas that gave David, and many of his students, their own writing careers.

And he’ll teach the class just the way David would teach it.

Short of going back in time, and taking the class with David himself — this is the best way to learn to write a best-selling novel.

You’re gonna learn all the same ideas that Brandon Sanderson, Stephanie Meyer, and more used to write their best sellers...

In fact, here’s what you’ll learn in 318R Writing Class:


How to write characters that people like, identify with, and root for. 

How to get people to believe your story and buy into your plot.

How to build a world that seems real and that people love immersing themselves in.

How to craft a compelling, page-turner novel that people will stay up all night reading.

How to write your novel so that people actually buy it.

And more!


First, let’s talk return on investment.

If you invest in this course, what are you gonna get back?

Well, even if you never make a dime (which is highly unlikely, given how easy it is to publish a book these days), you’ll still have the satisfaction that you wrote a novel. 

You’ll be a published author. And you’ll have something you can always point to and be proud of.

And that’s if you don’t make any money.

What happens if you do make money? Well, between book sales and movie rights, you could be looking at a lot.

J.K. Rowling is literally a billionaire

(And for the record, she’s not a trust fund baby, either. She made a billion dollars because she wrote Harry Potter..)

And if you don’t become a bestselling author... just being moderately successful can give you a constant source of extra income a year.

Sometimes that’s enough to quit your job.

Sometimes, it’s just enough to take an extra vacation or 2 every year.

That’s why a lot of people would be willing to pay $10,000 or more to take this course.

And when David taught this course at BYU, students would have to pay thousands of dollars of tuition to get access.

But you won’t have to pay that.

Because right now, Rafael is opening up this course for just $997 US].

(If you ask me... that’s a no-brainer.)

And there’s a money-back guarantee, too.

We’re extremely confident in what we teach.

And we believe it can launch your writing career to stardom.

In fact, many people reading this page right now will probably go on to become bestselling authors off what they learn.

However, we know this whole thing might scare you a bit.

After all, we’re just a bunch of weirdos online.

Why should you trust us?

Well, because we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is.

We offer a 100% money-back guarantee.

If you sign up for the 318R Writing Class and you don’t like it, we’ll give you 100% of your money back.

Because frankly, David Farland’s ideas are powerful. They can change your life. And we don’t want you to miss out on them, just because you don’t know us yet.

(That’d be a shame.)

And we know this course is worth every penny. Because some people — including Brandon Sanderson — have taken it twice!

So if after 30 days, you’re not 100% satisfied with what you’re learning — just tell us. And we will refund you every penny you paid.

This way, you can’t lose. 

Either you get your money’s worth, or you don’t pay.

(You know. Just in case this wasn’t enough of a no-brainer already.)

How many seats are available?

Right now, only 30 people can sign up.

Spots are limited, and some are already filled up. So if you want to join, I highly, highly recommend you sign up now.

Do you want in?

The Cuban poet Jose Martí says there’s 3 things everyone should do in their life:

  • Plant a tree.
  • Have a child.
  • And write a book.

The “plant a tree” part is easy. And while I won’t demean parents by saying that having a child is easy... most people do it. It’s human nature.

But writing a book? That takes some serious courage, commitment, and time — especially if you want to do it properly. In some ways, it’s the hardest of the 3.

But it’s not impossible. Even if you don’t feel like you’re a *great* writer... you can do it.

Taking David Farland’s creative writing course will give you the tools you need to create the novel you feel bubbling up inside you, turn it into a masterpiece, and make your mark on the world.

And guess what? If enough people like your novel, it could have a serious financial impact on your life, too.

So, don’t wait. Click below and get the tools you need to be a best-selling author.

P.S. In case you were wondering, you don’t have to write your novel full-time!

In fact, most people write their first few books in their spare time.

Before he became famous, Anthony Bourdain was the head chef at Brasserie Les Halles, a French restaurant in Manhattan. 

In case you didn’t know, being a head chef is a demanding job: you put in 60+ hours per week, you’re constantly on your feet thinking about 10 things at a time, and you come home exhausted every night.

And yet, Anthony Bourdain still found the time to write not one, not two, but three books — while working at Les Halles — in a manner of just 5 years.

So if you’re telling yourself, “I don’t have the time to write a novel”... you do.

And need I remind you — your book could change your life forever. If you write just one best-seller, then you’ll never have to work again.

So if you’re ready to take your novel seriously, learn how to craft it into something people will cherish, and get the feedback you need to finish up...

Then click the big button below.

P.P.S. This is the best deal you’re gonna get. 

In fact, we’re seriously considering raising the price, because so many people have asked us about signing up.

(We might do it as soon as tomorrow.)

And by the time the course rolls around next year, we’re almost certainly gonna be charging a lot more for it than we are now.

So if you feel like you might want to take this course...

You should sign up right now.

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Here’s to your best-selling novel!