Get Your Book Written

Both a class and a support group, Get Your Book Written is designed to help you get your book written (or considerably written) over the course of four months.

With weekly lessons, daily check-ins, deep writing weekend workshops, and, most importantly, the twin blessings of support and accountability, you’ll make real progress on your book. 

This is for you if:

+ You want to come up with an idea for your book and get it launched

+ You have your idea but haven’t really gotten started yet 

+ You have lots of bits for your book but haven’t been making much progress

+ Your book has twisted and turned and you don’t really know where you are now

+ You’ve gotten stuck and put your book aside

+ You’re working reasonably well on your book but could use a boost

+ You’re working quite well but love the idea of some support and accountability 

If this is you, Get Your Book Written will serve you well.

Details

Start date: Monday, September 9, 2019

End date: Friday, December 27, 2019

Method of delivery: Email

Size: The group will be limited to 15. If more than 15 express interest, additional sections will be added.

Meeting times: There are no set meeting times. Get Your Book Written fits every schedule. You can be part of this support group whether you live in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Asia, or anywhere in the world

Perfect for: Novelists, graphic novelists, memoirists, nonfiction writers, playwrights, screenwriters, essayists, poets, content creators, bloggers, or anyone wanting to make real progress on their writing. 

Cost: $475

Please sign up now. Get Your Book Written will fill up.

About Eric Maisel

Eric Maisel is the author of 50+ books. He is widely regarded as America’s foremost creativity coach and leads writing workshops online and worldwide. His books include Fearless Creating, Coaching the Artist Within, The Van Gogh Blues, A Writer’s Paris, A Writer’s San Francisco, and many more. Dr. Maisel trains creativity coaches, maintains an international coaching practice, and writes the “Rethinking Mental Health” blog for Psychology Today (with more than 2,000,000 views).

 

 

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