This course is active from September 13th to October 18th. A new lesson will be posted each week.The life of a writer is not always easy. From finding the confidence to start writing to learning the advanced aspects of being a writer, sometimes this calling to write can feel overwhelming. In this course, you’ll be encouraged to have confidence to not only call yourself a “writer” but actually begin writing, as well as making sure spiritual growth, self-discipline and working spaces are in check. You’ll also learn how to get people talking about your work, and how to keep pursuing your writing dreams when life is stressful or busy. This course will provide the inspiration and motivation you need to live the best writing life possible.
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Start Small & Develop Discipline
Launching in to the writer’s life with enthusiasm is important. But enthusiasm will only take you so far. What will you do when you feel you’ve taken on more than you can handle and how do you create a solid foundation? Glynnis Whitwer shares!
The Most Important Hour of the Day
To succeed as a writer takes more than just writing. We have to also focus on ways to structure our mind, lives and environments to live out our calling to write and communicate. Doing so helps us ultimately become better at each thing God calls us to do.
Making Your Move as a Writer
You’ve been writing for a while, but you are still not comfortable calling yourself “a writer”. Using her experience of transitioning from writing for a hobby to writing as her work, Lynn Cowell shares 6 points that will help you as you begin to make your move as a writer.
Becoming an Idea Generator
Generating ideas can feel impossible. What if you run out of new ideas? You may have a specific topic and that feels limiting. In this teaching, Suzie Eller shares how to overcome those fears as well as 3 S’s that will help you become an idea generator.
Making Space to Write
You not only need to carve out space in your schedule to create your content, but you also need a physical space that will enable you to focus, ponder, and then get pounding on those computer keys. In this lesson, New York Times best-selling author, Karen Ehman, teaches you how!
How to Keep Writing When Life is Stressful
Despite our desire to follow God’s call on our life to write, it can be hard to get thoughts and words on paper when circumstances are difficult or life is stressful. In this lesson, Tracie shares ten successful strategies she used while writing her last two books in the midst of devastating circumstances in her life.