New writing style uses "neural sensory targeting"

Using mind mapping science John Krone has come up writing style that delivers a multidimensional message to a readers mind. Able to reach the subconscious mind. Sensory targeting, enhances the performance of copy.
ST. LOUIS - April 10, 2014 - PRLog -- Recent advances in neural science use fMRI imaging to accurately map brain activity.  Allowing us to literally see inside our readers minds - as they read.    Breaking down the door, for a fresh era of skilled writers.   A new higher level of communication, is available to writers of copy. Neural sensory targeting,   Conscious and subconscious. It allowed John to establish creative writing techniques that apply this new science. What's at the door, is something never before possible.

Opportunities such as this, typically couldn't occur more than once in a lifetime.

The boom, the automobile boom, space travel. For all those events, a marriage of time evolved technology, had to collide with an underdeveloped market.   Even music, has it's era's when a whole generation of new style, takes over.   A course of time and technology, create those convergent moments.

Knowing how to write a novel, short story, blog or ebook with this new writing style is designed to make any story captivating. It works on mystery, fantasy, fiction, even emails.

Creative writing tips often just repeat generic techniques. These writing techniques are not that type.  On the website there are writing prompts, writing examples, writing tips  and other information on the creative writing guide, which explains the new writing style.

This is that moment, for writers of content. Visit for more details. offers a new release ebook detailing the language. It comes with a writers companion cheat sheet, for applying the new writing style.

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