Almost there on 7-Day Crash-Revision Workshop #wabwm
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Still scrambling to get the 7-Day Crash-Revision Workshop done and up. About there.

Have done a bunch of words over the weekend, but these don’t count. Looking forward to getting back to Create A World Clinic. :D

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Almost there on 7-Day Crash-Revision Workshop #wabwm — 7 Comments

  1. I just got the email for this workshop. I am so interested. I have your full blown course but revision is hard work and I feel so over whelmed by the entire process. I have several books done that I can’t bring myself to finish because of the “hard work.” (Sorry, I’ve been very whiny this week.) Anyway, maybe this will help, like taking small steps to learn to walk. and you can’t beat the price.

    • I emailed Nessa to let her know not to buy, but for everyone else who is ALSO a member of How To Revise Your Novel,
      7-DAY CRASH-REVISION WORKHOP will be included FREE in the upcoming New Shop version of HTRYN.

      And everyone who is a current or graduated member of the previous version of HTRYN will be ported into the new version, and get all upgrades as the come out, at no charge.

      SO IF YOU’RE AN HTRYN STUDENT, DON’T BUY 7-DAY CRASH REVISION.

  2. I just finished The Secret Texts trilogy yesterday. I loved the plot complexity and world-building that went into those books.

    I bumped into the series via your writing clinics. I’ve been a writer for years, but I was never a Writer. Your clinics and courses have given me a hope (and confidence) I didn’t even realize I was missing. Thank you so much for your time and efforts.

    Jen was right. You ARE a machine. Although we’ve never met, you have my sincerest appreciation. Thank you.

    • :D Thanks, Ken. I’m delighted you enjoyed the books. I loved those—wanted to keep writing in that world forever.

      I wish you wonderful success with your own writing.

      Have to laugh at the “machine” thing, though. I’m betting machines don’t have to work through headaches.

      • You’re right. Machine isn’t quite the right word. A machine can’t put their heart into something (or suffer that nagging pain just behind the temple). I meant that you write a lot, about stuff I think is cool, and I really admire that. Not every day can be a good day, but your work is inspiring to me. Thanks again.

      • “Machines don’t have to work through headaches.”
        The robot in Terminator 2 got shot in the head a bunch of times, and its head splashed everywhere. That’d give you a migraine I reckon.

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