Unravel the Mystery is a product from Amy Harrop in which she says that she will show users everything that they need to know in order to successfully publish their own mystery novels.
What does the product offer?
According to Amy Harrop, by following everything that she shows users in Unravel the Mystery, you can “take the mystery out of publishing mysteries” and in turn sell your books to “millions of avid readers who devour these new books like candy”.
Amy Harrop claims that Unravel the Mystery will show you a number of different things that you need to know in order to become truly successful in this niche.
This includes looking at topics like what mystery readers are looking for, what you must include as well as tips and strategies to increase your profits. This allegedly means that Unravel the Mystery will allow you to save “time, money and frustration”.
In terms of what you actually get, Unravel the Mystery comes as a PDF document which also comes with some additional resources. Also included is a bonus live Q and A session with Amy Harrop as well.
How does Unravel the Mystery work?
Almost everything related to Unravel the Mystery is based on the research of Amy Harrop and her knowledge of the self publishing field. In this regard she can be reasonably considered something of an expert.
In terms of what Unravel the Mystery looks at, it is very similar to a lot of similar products that cover how to market and publish ebooks, the main difference is this mystery genre slant. Whilst there is some information about this I would say that a lot of Unravel the Mystery could easily be perceived as more generic advice.
What is the initial investment?
Unravel the Mystery is being sold for a one time cost of $27 with payment handled through the platform Zaxaa. There is a 30 day money back guarantee in place should you find that Unravel the Mystery isn’t for you.
What is the rate of return?
There isn’t really any claimed income for Unravel the Mystery with a lot of the marketing material from Amy Harrop carrying more of an inference than any real numbers. There is a lot of mention of how the mystery niche makes $728 million and that you can claim your slice of it.
The reality is that Unravel the Mystery is a training course and as such results should be viewed as qualitative rather than quantitative.
Conclusion on Unravel the Mystery?
Unravel the Mystery is a bit of an oddity frankly. It would be unfair to dismiss it as a bad product as fundamentally the information is pretty sound.
The need to build Unravel the Mystery around mystery novels doesn’t seem like a particularly necessary addition to the bulk of the system which focuses on the writing process.
As I always point out with products like this, the reality is that unless you have a mystery story that you want to tell it can be difficult to produce purely for profit and if you are going to do this, there are better niches to operate in.
With that in mind, if you want to write a mystery novel then Unravel the Mystery might be worth a look but otherwise I wouldn’t spend my money on this.