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Book Bootcamp for Novelists


I got this email in the post today (I'm signed up for the newsletter). Although I've not taken this course myself, I thought some of you might be interested in it.





If you'd like to write a novel, but you've been putting it off because you don't think you have enough time to do it, here's something to think about.

Most published authors have no more free time than you do. In fact, many of them have full-time jobs, young families to care for, and lots of other responsibilities - just like you do.

So what makes published authors able to write their novels while you keep putting off writing yours?

Well, published authors understand that they must write their books in whatever time is available.

In other words, they don't put off writing for later - once they've retired from their jobs, their children are grown, or when they have fewer other responsibilities.

They simply set aside regular time to write, then they do whatever it takes to get their novels written.

You can do the same. But you'll probably need help. After all, if you were going to do this by yourself you would probably have done it by now.

But don't worry. You can get the help you need when you register for my Book Bootcamp for Novelists that starts soon.

In my Book Bootcamp, you'll learn "tricks of the trade" to start and finish writing your novel - in whatever time you have available.

Download the syllabus and registration information here now.

Note: Registration for Book Bootcamp ends in just a few days. So don't miss your chance to get the help you need to FINALLY write the novel you've been dreaming of writing for so long.
Sincerely,

Suzanne Lieurance
The Working Writer's Coach


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1 comment:

  1. I have take courses with Suzanne Lieurance and they are worth the time and money. She is an excellent coach and mentor/ This course is on my to do list.

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