50 Days to 50K Words
Finally finish writing the terrible first draft to your future brilliant book.
Enrollment for current session is closed.
Have you always dreamed of writing a book "someday"?
Well, maybe your "someday" has finally arrived!
If you struggle with procrastination or lack of motivation in your writing, kickstart your book project with this live group program. Commit to a daily writing goal. Feel the camaraderie and motivation of being supported by fellow writers. Learn to notice how temporary the feelings of doubt, insecurity, and utter despair really are. Let the theme, plot, and characters reveal themselves to you through the process of writing, and not a moment before. Tap into your infinite creative potential. Fall in love with the process of writing not for the outcome, but for the grounded feeling of presence and fulfillment that can arise from putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) everyday.
how it works:
Group Program: July 12 - August 30, 2021
~ Enrollment Closed ~
Here's how it will go:
- You will write every day for 50 days
- Your daily writing goal is 1,000 words per day
- At the end of the program, you should have about 50,000 words toward the first draft of your novel, nonfiction book, or memoir
- The goal is to write a shitty first draft. I mean it! You will not write well. You will not be pretty or clever or intellectual or poetic. You will write like you talk. You will write like you. You will write.
- You do not have to know what you are writing before you begin. Heck, you don’t even have to know what you are writing when you end. You will just write.
- You can write fiction or nonfiction or memoir or poetry. Whatever you want! You will write.
- You will receive inspirational emails with quotes, prompts, or videos
- There will be a live zoom call every Monday for a weekly check-in to chat about how it is going, answer any questions, and connect with the other writers.
- Note: this is NOT a writing class. We will not cover how to write. We will merely inspire each other to sit down and write. However, I promise you at the end of the program your writing will improve simply because you have been writing.