Imagine being able to inspire yourself on demand. Imagine being able to dedicate time to writing on a regular basis, without feeling guilty. Imagine being able to write that novel and actually finish it. Can you picture it? It’s not a dream. It’s very possible, because I’ve done it and so have my students. Here’s how.
There’s a story you’re just dying to tell, a story that fills you with excitement and kindles a fire in your heart. But getting the words on the page isn’t going like you imagined.
I get it. Life happens. Distractions pull you away. Self-doubt creeps in. You just really don’t feel like writing. And before you know it, weeks have passed and you’ve barely written a word.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt this way. (Yeah, my hand’s raised too.)
Okay, keep that hand up if any of these sound familiar...
- “I feel so frustrated. I wish I could write more often, but my day is so full that it’s just not possible.”
- “I’ve lost all confidence in my writing. What if I’m not good enough? What’s the point in continuing if the words aren’t perfect?”
- “I really struggle to stay motivated. When there’s finally time to write, I just don’t feel like it. Netflix and Twitter and checking my emails are just too tempting.”
- “I’m in a constant battle against writer’s block. The words just aren’t coming, I don’t know why and I don’t know how to fix it. HELP.”
But what if it didn’t have to be that way?
What if you could…
- Make serious headway on the story you’ve been neglecting for so long?
- Improve your skills and develop your understanding of the craft at a much faster rate?
- Create a healthy writing practice that empowers you and supports a creative life?
- Spend more time in the story world you love?
What if you could transform your writing life?
“Since I started writing regularly, I’ve noticed that it is easier to pick up my writing where I left it the day before, even if I was in the middle of a scene or thought.
But I’ve also noticed (and my husband has too) that I’m smiling more. The sense of accomplishment I feel after reaching my writing goal (or going beyond it) for the day is easily carried over into other aspects of my life.”
— Jennefer Murphy, Writember graduate
No more ‘what if…’s. If you felt that tell-tale tug in your gut just now, you’re ready to make a change. Not a quick fix or a resolution that you’ll give up after a week, but a meaningful, purposeful decision that integrates into your lifestyle and transforms the way you think about writing.
What am I talking about? The decision to write a little every day.
Let’s make it happen.
Introducing the Writember Workshop
The benefits of writing every day are extraordinary (check them out here if you’re uncertain), but the journey there isn’t easy, especially when you take that first step. That’s where I come in.
The Writember Workshop is a 30-day course designed to help you create a writing habit that’s simple, effective and incredibly powerful. Over 32 psychology-steeped lessons, you’ll learn how to master the art of daily writing and watch your practice, your skills and your story flourish in ways you’d never imagined.
What you can expect from the workshop...
In Week 1:
You’ll build a powerful, practical and productive writing routine, one that uses your individual lifestyle, energy flow and creativity levels to foster more optimal writing sessions.
In Week 2:
You’ll find your personal motivation triggers, through figuring out the heart of your ‘why’, what makes you and your muse happy, and who can keep you accountable along the way.
In Week 3:
You’ll discover reliable sources of inspiration, sources that not only fuel your imagination but also nurture your mental flexibility and develop your understanding of the craft.
In Week 4:
You’ll strengthen your willpower and focus your mind, because ultimately none of what I’ve just mentioned will matter if you can’t summon the self-discipline or concentration to write in the first place.
Intrigued? You can find more information on the modules right here:
“If you struggle with sticking to a schedule and writing every day, you’ll love this course. Faye Kirwin uses psychological techniques to train you to sit down and reach your goal. By the end of the course, you’ll have all the tools you need to continue writing even on the toughest days!”
— A.K. Lindsay, AKLindsay.com
Is the Writember Workshop a match for you?
In the 274-page Writember Workshop e-book, you’ll receive 32 lessons and accompanying worksheets (the first prep lesson of which you can view here). Sound like your cup of tea? Then let’s make certain. The workshop is perfect for you if:
- You want to build a consistent writing habit.
- You’re dedicated to making a genuine change in your life.
- You want to work through the lessons at a pace that suits you and your lifestyle.
- You don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to writing each day. The emphasis in this workshop is on a little and often, perfect for people with busy lives.
Do you tick those boxes? Then let’s cover a couple more questions you might have...
How much time does the workshop take?
Feel free to work through the e-book at a pace that suits you, whether that’s the recommended one lesson a day or one lesson a week. Each lesson should take no more than 30 minutes to read through and complete. In some cases, it’s a matter of only 15 minutes. Perfect for a writer with a busy life!
What if I start the workshop and realise it’s not right for me?
I’m so sorry you feel that way, but don’t you worry—if you’re unhappy with the workshop for whatever reason, simply email me (faye[@]writerology.net) with a copy of your receipt, within 14 calendar days of the original purchase, and you’ll get a full refund.
Is the Writember Workshop right for you?
If so, then let’s transform your writing life—because your words matter.
Download your copy of the e-book right here, friend...