June Brilliant Bundle
Grow your writing skills with this trio of brilliant classes
Listen, we get it. Launching out into a goal, a dream, a serious endeavor like writing a novel is, well, daunting. You have the fire, the idea, the characters, but how do you keep going?
With the summer writing season right around the corner, our June Brilliant Bundle offers a trio of lessons to help with your writing journey.
Let's begin with How do you create the Happily Ever After ending?
When we build a story, there are two elements we have to address. The first is the spiritual, or truth element. We've talked about this at length at MBT--the lie our characters believe and the truth that sets them free. This question, and this arc, makes up the spiritual, or inner journey of the character. But how do you knit together the external and internal journeys for the perfect Happy Ending? We'll show you how.
Or maybe you've finished writing your book and you're looking to market it. In 7 Thinks I've Learned From the Extroverted Writer, you will learn how to market your book without leaving your desk.
Join multipublished, award-winning romance novelist Melissa Tagg and Amanda Luedke, literary agent with the MacGregor Agency, as Melissa reveals 7 epic tools she learned from Amanda Luedke's book, The Extroverted Writer: An Author's Guide to Marketing and Building a Platform, and how to apply the tools to your book launch. Melissa will also share some secrets from one of her book launches.
Perhaps marketing feels like a pipe dream right now. You're still waiting for an agent or an editor to say yes to your book. Maybe you're struggling in your craft. Have no fear--Storycrafting 911 is here to help!
What plagues you in your storycrafting efforts? During this lesson, we will help pinpoint the top Characterization, Plotting and SCENE problems and apply RESCUE techniques. Then, we'll answer some specific career questions to help you escape your Storycrafting struggles!
Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. - Goethe
Go! Write Something Brilliant!