Next Start Date: September 1, 2012
Time to get serious about writing again. But not too serious. I mean, let’s have a little fun on the way.
So what can get you writing regularly again? Why, a 30-Day Challenge, of course! I know how hard it can be to get back on track.
I know you have a book locked up inside your head, you have a creative spirit inside of you that you are dying to express. And it just won’t go away. Sure, you’ve contemplated actually turning your ideas into a book, maybe many times. Maybe you’ve even started a chapter or two.
But just when you get enough steam to start things rolling, you get held back. Doubts creep in. Questions remain unanswered. “Writer’s block” takes on a whole new meaning.
You get to a point where you decide that maybe it’s not such a good idea anymore. After all, there are so many authors out there already, and so many bestsellers to compete with. What once seemed like a great idea now seems to be a waste of time.
Let me help.
Give me a commitment to write every day for 30 days and I will give you:
- Daily writing prompts to help keep you inspired and mot ivated
- Complimentary attendance in 2 teleseminars.
- Knowledge on how to break through the barriers that may be getting in the way of completing your book.
- A support network of like-minded writers where you can share your 30-Day Writing Challenge experiences.
- Prizes! Surprises! And fun!
You will start to:
- shift your thinking about book writing
- remove criticism, fear and overwhelm
- discover tools & tips to make your writing process easy and fun
Unleash your creative spirit with the proper support and framework and you will see results. Your road will be a lot smoother and your chances of success will increase. I look forward to helping you write your book.
ABOUT THE HOST:
Karen Rowe is the published author of For the Love of Chocolate and For the Love of Coffee. She is the owner of Front Rowe Seat, a training company for writers and entrepreneurs. She is a subject matter specialist, nonfiction editor, content developer & editorial project manager. Her passion is helping others tell their story. She specializes in helping entrepreneurs develop intellectual property for their businesses. She is currently working on her next book called I Don’tHate Myself Enough to Date You, a tongue-in-cheek look at the world of dating, chronicling her own journey to understanding that women don’t need to sacrifice any part of themselves in order to maintain their relationships.