Taming the Dragon Review

Taming the Dragon is a new product created by Amy Harrop in which she claims that she will show users various methods and techniques to help in writing your own ebooks.

What does the product offer?

According to Amy Harrop, using Taming the Dragon is the first step in creating your own publishing empire and that you’ll never struggle with content creation again. Obviously things that have been written to appeal to any writer who is struggling to get started. In terms of what you get in Taming the Dragon, it is a 5 module training course which is made up of PDF documents, videos and also shows you various additional resources that you can incorporate into your writing process.

By following her step by step blueprint Amy Harrop says that Taming the Dragon will ultimately allow you to create and publish content “1000x faster than your competition” and easily pump out both fiction and non-fiction writing. As well as ebooks, the methods that Taming the Dragon shows you can also be used for reports, articles and blog posts.

How does the product work?

As mentioned earlier, Taming the Dragon is broken down into 5 different modules. Each of these covers a different topic related to the writing process. For example the first module looks at Amy Harrop’s recommended resources that you can use to increase productivity.

The course then goes on to talk about how to build upon concepts and build them into a finished product, looks at a variety of niches and product ideas. The final module for Taming the Dragon looks at ways of monetising your new found writing ability.

What is the initial investment?

Taming the Dragon is being sold on a dime sale and at the time of writing it is available for $19 with a price increase claimed to be coming “soon”. Amy Harrop also provides a 30 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with Taming the Dragon at all.

What is the rate of return?

Whilst there is reference to increasing your profits by 1000% I would consider this hyperbole on behalf of the products creator. Realistically I wouldn’t expect too much from Taming the Dragon unfortunately.

Conclusion

There are undoubtedly people out there who want to write but struggle to get started putting words down on the page and for those, Taming the Dragon may be of some use. This isn’t the be all and end all though.

The fact is that almost any hardworking writer who puts out a significant volume of work on a frequent basis will already know exactly what they need to do to start putting the proverbial pen to paper. If you are entirely new to the creative process, is Taming the Dragon really worthwhile for you? My problem with Taming the Dragon lies in what is being charged for it.

There is plenty of free advice available on improving your ability to write and much of it is to a higher standard than Taming the Dragon. In terms of the monetisation aspects of the course, again, there is free advice that offers better insight for free. This is where Taming the Dragon really falls down. It isn’t necessarily bad, but everything it teaches is available for free online.

 

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From: Simon Roberts