This is later than I’d planned—this week held a couple
of difficult surprises.
But I worked through the weekend, and the first part of the stand-alone version of How To Write A Series is now available.
- If you don’t know the 192 types of series, or when to use them…
- If you want to avoid breaking your series by skipping critical limitations…
- If you need to know how to design a skeleton world before you start writing…
- If you are unfamiliar with the Rule Of Significance and why your series lives and dies by it…
- And much, much more…
You can now start the four-week intensive course, and be working on your first lesson in about five minutes.
Please remember that by joining now you’ll be part of the first class to go through, and I’m creating the course just ahead of you as you’re taking it, so things like transcripts and low bandwidth downloads will take a few days to show up.
Anything that’s still in the works is marked PENDING.
The How To Write A Series Course is here:
I hope you enjoy this course as much as I’m enjoying creating it.
P.S. If you’re a How To Revise student, you’ll receive the course as a free graduation gift.
If you’d rather take How To Write A Series when you graduate
from How To Revise Your Novel, and you’re not already a
student, you can sign up here:
P.P.S. If you’ve already graduated from HTRYN, you can start
the course now. Look in Bonus-1 on your student page.
Here’s your login link: