HTTS Grads and 1-month+ Students: Your Login Is Ready

I now have all HTTS students who’ve been in class for AT LEAST ONE MONTH in the new database.

Test Your Login

Test Your Login

No matter which other courses you have taken or are taking, if you have been in HTTS since AT LEAST February 7th, 2012 Please test your new account to make sure you can log in. Here’s how.

Go to this page:
Current Student First-Time Log-in Page

Logging in with your current username and password will take you to a dummy page—but landing on that dummy page will let you (and Margaret, and me) know that as soon as I get all the courses inside the classrooms, you’ll be able to reach yours. And it will keep me from having to do 1000 password resets on Opening Day.

If you CAN’T login (and you’re sure you typed your existing name and password correctly) create a support ticket here and let me know what your username and your email address for HTTS are. Don’t tell me your password. I NEVER want to know your password, and neither will ANYONE who works with me.

There is nothing to do inside the new classroom yet. This is so you and I both know your account is working correctly.

If you joined HTTS AFTER February 7th, please be patient. We’re doing another sweep of the databases immediately after I close the doors, and your account will be included in that sweep.

If you are a member of HTRYN or HTWAS, but are NOT a member of HTTS, Margaret and I will be ready to help you test your account shortly after we finish the HTTS database (which is the largest).

I am not taking new signups into the new classroom yet. I’ll start opening smaller classes and community memberships AFTER I have checked logins for all current members.

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About the author: Novelist, writing teacher, on a mission to reprint my out-of-print books and self-publish my new ones.

6 comments… add one
  • Sylvia Mar 19, 2012 @ 17:36

    I didn’t realize you were doing a second edition of Mugging Your Muse, Holly. FYI note, it was the very first book (we didn’t call them ebooks, then, did we? Just .pdf book files.) I downloaded and read on my computer, lo those many years ago! I was blown away that a wonderful writer was willing, nay, eager, to share what she had learned – for nothing, nada!

  • Christine Mar 15, 2012 @ 19:25

    Glad to hear it’s still on your list. 🙂 I don’t mind waiting at all — just wondered if I’d missed an announcement. Good luck getting everything reformatted. I don’t envy you that!

  • Christine Mar 15, 2012 @ 8:51

    Just curious… is the HTTS WalkThrough still happening?

    • Holly Mar 15, 2012 @ 12:13

      Yup. It’s on hold for the simple reason that I’m so buried in getting the courses moved over to the new formats and closing down the old formats that I don’t have time to work on the book. My hours right now are nightmarish.

      Once the courses are transferred, I’ll have writing time again—and the instant I do, the Walkthrough comes back to life.

      I also have all the materials done (but not put into lesson format) for the next module in HOW TO WRITE A SERIES. 😀

      Holly

      • Stephanie M Mar 16, 2012 @ 12:20

        How are you feeling Holly? I hope Walkthrough going back on means things are getting better with your health.

        Just because I’m desperate to know and this seems like a good place to work the question in: Is Create a World Clinic still happening? I fully understand why it’s been put off, given all the stuff you’re dealing with. I just wondered if it’s still on the table at all.

        • Holly Mar 17, 2012 @ 8:41

          Here’s my schedule. No dates, because I don’t know how long any of this will take until it’s done.

          1) Move all students’ accounts into the new software and test the accounts — (about 60% done now).

          2) — Complete MUGGING THE MUSE: Second Edition, publish it on Kindle, Nook, iTunes, and in print, and get the free worksheet downloads set up, and the invitation to existing and new MTM students to join the Boot Camp writing community. (About 90% done)

          3) — Complete PROFESSIONAL PLOT OUTLINE: 2.0, publish it on Kindle, Nook, iTunes, and in print, and get the free worksheet downloads set up, and the invitation to existing and new PPO students to join the Boot Camp writing community. (About 75% done)

          4) — Get all HTTS Lessons converted into Kindle, Nook, iTunes format, publish the course on Kindle, Nook, iTunes, and in print, and get the free worksheet downloads set up, and the invitation to the new A La Carte HTTS students to join the Boot Camp writing community. (About 50% done).

          5) — Get all HTRYN Lessons converted into Kindle, Nook, iTunes format, publish the course on Kindle, Nook, iTunes, and in print, and get the free worksheet downloads set up, and the invitation to the new A La Carte HTRYN students to join the Boot Camp writing community.(About 25% done)

          6) — Finish the final 15 or so lessons of the HTTS WALKTHROUGH while writing WARPAINT. (0% done.)

          7) — Finish the How to Write A Series Expansion while writing WARPAINT. (About 20% done)

          8 ) — Write CREATE A WORLD CLINIC (about 25% done)

          9) — Write fiction and hang out in my writing community, and have fun.

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