Conquer the clock
The biggest problem that many writers face today is not finding their voice, writing beautiful sentences or even knowing where to start their story – it’s finding time to write.
When life is horribly busy, writing feels like the biggest self-indulgence of all, taking you away from friends, family, work and everything else that matters.
But writing matters too.
Which is why it’s essential that you make the time to do what you love.
The big question is “how?”.
This course answers that question. We’ll give you a step-by-step guide to getting the words written, no matter what.
We’ll help you fight procrastination.
We’ll show you how to spot the crevices in your day – tiny little writing opportunities that can add up to big word counts.
We’ll tell you exactly how other authors do it.
In this course, you’ll discover:
A few home truths about writing
Sometimes we are our own worst enemies and when it comes to writing there are six myths that hold us back. We’ll share a few home truths about writing and give you practical, implementable steps to help get your writing back on track.
If you’re waiting for the perfect time to write your novel, or the perfect place in which to write your novel, this course is a MUST for you.
How to make the time to write
Making time to write requires a step-by-step approach, and that’s what we’ll give you.
We’ll give you 8 practical strategies that you can use TODAY to help you make the best use of the time you have.
If you’re searching for that magical 25th hour in the day in which to write, we’ll give you the tools to carve it out of your busy schedule.
Tools that will help
The beauty of writing is that it’s so portable, so you can take it wherever you go. And the myriad technological tools available to help today mean that you can pick up your manuscript at any point, whenever you like. We’ll share some of the tools you can use to keep the words adding up – some of which are very low-tech indeed!
How other authors do it
In their own words, and their own voices, we’ll give you tried and true techniques and tips from working writers. From established authors, including Liane Moriarty, Michael Robotham, Adrian McKinty, Charlotte Wood, Favel Parrett, Natasha Lester, Rachael Johns, Gabrielle Tozer, and Tristan Bancks, to debut authors just a few stages ahead of you, you’ll hear a range of advice and ideas, some of which will be just right for you.
Make Time to Write
Starts: Whenever you want.
Where: Anywhere with a reliable internet connection.
Format: Access your content immediately, learn at your own pace.
Course creator: Allison Tait