The Page-a-Week Writers Club, however, is opposite in almost every respect. And it starts today!
How does it differ?
You don’t need to take a month off work and send your kids to camp. Go about your busy life, resting assured that you’ll be making steady progress on your book. E-mail encouragement will show up in your inbox, and other writers will be around for support.
You can keep your hair, because you won’t feel the need to tear it out. There’s no pressure to pull 1,500 words out of thin air every single day just to get them down on paper. Your writing area won’t be buried under hundreds of sticky notes. A page a week is only 35–40 words a day, so you could literally write one sentence before bed and fall asleep smiling.
It won’t just end, leaving you unsure how to proceed. We’re in this for the long haul—and we aim to make weekly writing a habit! Stay in the Club as long as you want. You’ll have opportunities to share your work with others and get feedback, so that you’re not writing frantically for hours every day only to end up with some half-formed manuscript that you have no idea what to do with—while wondering how it will be received by readers.
Join this elite group of writers today!