My free 3-day writing mini-workshop and Think Sideways

I have to close registration to my flagship writing course, How To Think Sideways, for about a year, because we’re building a new site, and I need to make sure all the subscriptions are wrapped up before we move everyone’s accounts.

So I’ve decided to wrap up HTTS on the current site with a bang. I’m offering:

  • a three-day FREE writing mini-workshop in advance of How To Think Sideways: Career Survival School for Writers one-week relaunch (IN PROGRESS NOW,
  • 25 great prizes for the first 25 folks who buy when the course goes live,
  • and a great class experience for the folks who go through the course this time. We should have a big, active class.

If you would like to do the free workshop, you still have time. Sign up here:

Think Sideways Class: Free Workshop

Added later: The fourth day of the workshops is the video at the top of the How To Think Sideways sign-up page.

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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.

2 comments… add one
  • belinda Feb 28, 2015 @ 17:04

    would like information on writing courses

  • SHELIA HORNE Feb 27, 2015 @ 16:05

    I KEEP COMING BACK, DETERMINED TO SUCCEED.

    I am so frustrated. I log in, then I can’t log in.
    I keep getting my password reset, but that doesn’t get me in.
    My browser still holds a bunch of HTTS cookies, so that’s not it. Nothing I try works.

    I start getting the idea that maybe it’s a sign from the Universe -or my subconscious- that this whole thing is more than I am up to. Then I stay away for weeks or months at a time.

    I try different emails, different capitalizations, leave off the “@” part, everything I can think of, but the same email and password that works one time, will not work another time.
    So I get all frustrated and stay away some more.

    After all–I can’t even handle the log-in with discouragement and eventual meltdown, can I?
    I KNOW it’s my brain looking for any excuse to hold me back, and that’s why I keep returning, but as you say at the beginning premise of the How to Think Sideways program, the time is NOW to fight the internal nay-sayers, right?

    HORNESM@HOTMAIL.COM

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