How to Stop Stalling and Write Your Book
What you'll learn
- 19 Lectures!
- More than 80 minutes of lecture video content!
- Learn what it takes to call yourself a real writer.
- Discover proven techniques to get the words on the page.
- Rediscover your passion for writing.
You've wanted to write for as long as you remember but you don't know where to start. You want to know how to write a book.
Or maybe you've been writing for a long time but you've lost that old enthusiasm.
But you're not writing, even though it's what you know you want to do, what you were meant to do. You used to know how to write. Where did that go?
You're not doing the work, not writing a book. You're putting it off, day after day, and you're not sure why.
In this motivational course from internationally bestselling author Rachael Herron, you'll learn why you procrastinate doing the work you know you were meant to do, and you'll learn invaluable tricks and tips to get yourself to the page.
How to Stop Stalling and Write Your Book uses dynamic video lectures based on tried and true techniques to both motivate and inspire you.
You're the only one who can write your book. Learn: How to write an e-book. How to write a novel. How to write a blog. How to write just about ANYTHING.
Let's do this.
Who this course is for:
- Aspiring writers
- Experienced authors needing a motivational boost
Rachael Herron is the internationally bestselling author of the novel Pack Up the Moon, the five book Cypress Hollow romance series, and the memoir, A Life in Stitches. Her next mainstream standalone novel, Splinters of Light, will be out in March 2015 from Penguin. Her blog gets more than a million readers a year, and her favorite thing to do is share her love of writing with others in a usable, accessible, and most importantly, fun way.
Her work has been published in seven countries and translated into four languages. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Mills College, California. She’s wanted to be an author since she was five, but until she got serious in 2006 (using National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and the techniques taught in this course), she’d never finished a book before. Now that she knows how to, her favorite thing is writing The End as often as possible.