Write smarter, not harder! And make it a habit

Hallelujah, it’s raining Club members! And I am positively thrilled.

It’s a cleansing rain—a cloudburst on a sunny spring day that leaves the grass greener and the air crisper.

And it’s a rain that offers a fresh start. Opportunity. Myriad possibilities.

Can the same be said for your writing life?

It can now. Join us for the launch of the Page-a-Week Writers Club!

It’s a no-pressure writing program geared toward the busy writer—she who does not always have time to write. It’s also aimed at the unfocused writer—he who may need a frequent nudge and an occasional prompt.

You’ll write on your schedule, at your pace. You’ll get encouragement in your e-mail inbox. Soon, writing regularly will become a habit.

You can choose to share your work and accept feedback. You can meet and network with other writers, if that’s your thing. Or you can work in total privacy and solitude.

In other words, it’s your chance to be the author you’ve always wanted to be.

Sharing is easy—just click the icon above to share with the writers in your network.

And…welcome to the Club! Join here

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4 thoughts on “Write smarter, not harder! And make it a habit

  1. Reblogged this on Liberty On the Lighter Side and commented:
    Look, there’s only one way to get better at anything, and that’s by doing it a LOT. Earlier this year I wondered whether I could write 10 000 words in a month, so I signed up for the 10k challenge on this site and I made the target, actually I wrote even more than that! I needed the encouragement and motivation of the challenge to keep me going. Now here’s another one a bit less intimidating and achievable, and so worthwhile trying if you’d like to improve your writing skills. Go ON, take that leap!

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