THE FREE-WRITER EDITIONS
Soulful. Prompt-based. Affordable.
Writing courses designed to move you past blocks and help you
access the words you have been waiting for.
If you want to write, write.
I wish it were as easy as that. But that’s pretty much the secret. Reading helps too. So does a little meditation. And the right prompt?— well, that can be the thing that makes all the difference. It can also make this process a little more fun.
Maybe you have been writing on and off for most of your life. If the passion is there, that’s a great start. Maybe you even dream about publishing one day. Or maybe you just want to get back to it for the simple fact that you miss it.
But, sometimes the love of writing is not enough to sit you down in your chair.
Sometimes, you just feel out of practice.
The Free-Writer editions are modeled after my most popular writing courses.
The practices selected have helped so many writers like you not only generate work they are excited about, but have helped re-kindle a love for this craft, and reminded them of why writing is such an essential part of their every day lives.
HOW IS THE FREE-WRITER SERIES DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER COURSES?
The free-writer courses are not limited to a start and stop date.
Once you purchase, the course belongs to you and you can access it whenever you want. Once you enroll, you receive the entire course in one streamlined curated packet and go at your own pace.
IS THERE FEEDBACK?
While the free-writer courses include access to a special top secret group to “publish” and share your work, these courses are intended to be more autonomous. I will read whatever you share in the group, but the in depth feedback that my other courses are known for are reserved for those experiences. This frees you up especially if you prefer not to share the work you generate.
WHAT IS THE FREE-WRITER SERIES?
The free-writer series is my brand new affordable offering inspired by my most popular online writing courses Practice Write Now and The Express. The courses follow the same format, where writers receive a daily email with the “prompt” of the day as well as small audio recordings of meditations or special readings. A private group on Facebook is also reserved especially for any free-writer who wishes to “publish” and share the work they do each day. (The sharing is optional).
ARE THEIR GUIDELINES FOR HOW TO BEST USE THE COURSE?
You can approach the course however you like, but each course you receive a welcome “orientation” letter giving you more insight into what to expect and how to access the private facebook group as well as other helpful suggestions to keep you engaged.
WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE OF FREE-WRITER SERIES?
I have designed one special book for you to have which will include off of the prompts in a day by day format. You can follow the order as suggested, or follow whatever order feels right for you.
IS FREE-WRITER FOR ME?
Free-writer is for anybody who loves to write, is interested and curious, or wants to try for the first time. Any level writer can benefit. I provide daily prompts as well as special tools that have helped me feel more energized to start, connect and keep up with my writing life.
WHAT ARE THE PROMPTS LIKE?
They are innovative, unique open ended activities meant to help your subconscious come forward and write what it has been wanting to say. The prompts are not mandated assignments. They are more “lenses” that may point you toward unexpected and surprising places. Prompts can also be seen as “activities” or writing exercises that are intended to deepen your own awareness of your process and help you refine your own writing voice.
The course focusses on free-writing which means that through a suggested time (ten minutes) writers write whatever comes to mind. There is no editing, revising, censuring, or pressure to produce anything that even make sense. The idea is that we allow ourselves a time to listen to what our souls have to say. Often when we sit down, we think we have an idea of what we want to write, but our subconscious has another idea. Often this can create a conflict, because we are attached to our ideas. Free-writing is less concerned with our ideas and more interested in having the courage to listen to what our inner life is telling us. This can have tremendous creative benefit and also cathartic, and therapeutic gains.