Getting ready for a new round of workshop classes for “How to Write Your Book in 30 Days!” is not difficult. The real trick for me is not to get too excited. I look forward to helping authors get their manuscripts written in a powerful, timely manner. The excitement level in a room full of ‘creators’ never lessens.
One of the issues I must deal with is getting people into the classes. I know once I get them there, everything will be fine. Convincing people I can truly help them get their books written is the “nub of the gist” as the comedy troupe Monty Python once said. I’ve found that once people take the step of investing in themselves, they more quickly adopt their creative nature.
On that note, I decided early this week to extend the “Early Bird” price of the workshop. I always hate when people do that, yet I understand why. When you’re planning a class, you need to have an idea of how many will be attending. This helps in planning and logistics. The thought occurred to me that I’ve taught this class through the Flagler County School System to as many as 15 folks, and I’ve taught it privately to as few as one. I’ve had class sizes in between those two figures for three years now.
I will be prepared for one person or 20. If you are someone on the cusp of diving into the writing foray, I encourage you to sign up. You will get your book written. And yes, it will feel great!
Here’s the link to the sign-up page: How to Write Your Book in 30 Days! Feel free to share it!
All classes will be held at Change Jar Books in Flager Beach. I have a class on Saturdays beginning October 17th at noon. I also have classes on Thursday evenings beginning October 22nd at 6:30pm.