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#30WriteNow October Writing Course

#30WriteNow! October Writing Course

You have the story in your head. Or maybe it's just the spark of one., but it's in there. Well, together, we're about to fan those flames, commit to putting that brilliance on the page, and set the skies on fire. And we're doing it this minute. Write Now!

#30WriteNow October Writing Course

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#30WriteNow October Writing Course

30.00 75.00

You have the story in your head. Or maybe it's just the spark of one., but it's in there. Well, together, we're about to fan those flames, commit to putting that brilliance on the page, and set the skies on fire. And we're doing it this minute. Write Now!

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You ready? Let’s go…

For 30 days, beginning October 1st (with Halloween baked in as an extra, “catch-up” day), this course will guide you toward getting that story started, finished, advancing, revised, polished — or, more simply, just get it told.

This exclusive writing course is designed to help you sharpen your writing skills and develop an unshakeable dedication to the craft and your work. Half the battle of being a writer is being an actual writer. This means sitting down, facing that empty page or the one filled with what you deem nonsense, and working on it, shaping into something real, something good, and something you wholeheartedly believe in. Because that is when you are actively creating and letting your voice be heard. You are writer, so write.

Purchasing this 30-day course means you will receive an email from me every morning that will have:

  • Daily writing prompt. This will be either one word, a phrase, the set-up for a scene, a genre assignment, an opening line, or a photograph that you will use to write your installment for the day. The guideline is to use the prompt to write for at least 30 minutes — nonstop, no editing, no overthinking— for Week One.

    The aim is we will keep adding time to that half-hour each week. (So, week 2 we’ll be writing for 45 mins; week 3 will be 60 mins; and week 4 will be a total of 75 mins.) You can definitely stick with the 30 minutes, if that’s what your life allows right now. No judgment!

  • Book recommendations and links to other resources to help you grow as a writer

  • Weekly video lessons from me about storytelling and the writing process (ex., the importance of compelling dialogue, creating a distinct POV, cultivating your voice, etc.)

  • Access to a Closed Facebook Group where you can share some of your work with me and your other classmates, ask questions, and exchange information and experiences. Plus, you’ll get feedback on your work from me!