These writers are achieving great things. Are you with us?

The Page-a-Week Writers Club is really building steam! I’m blown away—but not surprised—by how many authors are jumping at the chance to make steady progress on their writing projects, even though they lead very busy lives.

You should join us, because it’s also your chance to climb to the next Tier of Authorship.

Tier of…huh?

Yesterday I asked the community to determine their Authorship Tier, which is a quick way to indicate where you are on your writing journey. If you missed the article, here it is.

Turns out, we’ve got quite a variety!

Dacia Arnold, Tier II, prefers to think of herself as “Tier II Plus.” She’s just about done with her first draft and plans to publish by the end of the year. Her novel, Apparent Power, is #2 at ChapterBuzz!

Nick Edinger, Tier II, is proving he can keep the momentum up on his novel-in-progress, Two Candidates Walk Into a Bar. He’s already released 14 chapters. It’s a great read!

Nikki Young, Tier III, recently published her book, The Mystery of the Disappearing Underpants. I’ll be honest with you, I can’t stop staring at that gorgeous cover!

Leah Lindeman, Tier III, is the author of Redeemed From the Ashes. Read all about it at her author site!

Dawn Edwards, Tier III, currently has one book on the market, Food 4 Thought: Daily Affirmations & Life Lessons for the Soul, and is hard at work on the next two. Check out her blog!

These writers are achieving great things. Are you with us? Join the Club

And…stay tuned for our Tier IV and V authors tomorrow!


6 thoughts on “These writers are achieving great things. Are you with us?

  1. It’s amazing how that slow turtle can win the race. I hadn’t heard of going as slow as a page a week, but you can easily finish a novel in a year’s time…and really focus on making each part shine along the way. Thanks for the post!

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    • We won’t be setting any land-speed records, that’s for sure, but the idea is that writing something on a regular basis is better than writing nothing. I also offer two 10,000-word challenges each year, for those who want to switch into turbo mode for a month!


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