Start Writing: A New Free Mini-Course

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This month, in the spirit of writing and getting our butts back into our chairs and writing more, I made a free mini writing course for anyone to join.I’ve made a number of free mini-courses before, and I always love making them.

In order to participate, sign up here and take the challenge to write every day for 30 days.

I did a similar course to this last January with One Month, and we had over a thousand people sign up. I’ve made an entirely new series of prompts so you can get writing again. Join us!

Start Writing: 30 Days of Writing Prompts

Here’s how it works:

Sign up (it’s a different list from my blog list), and then check your email inbox to confirm your subscription. Once you sign up, you’ll get:

  • A new writing prompt in your email inbox every day for 30 days. The writing prompts will vary from silly to strange to serious.
  • Access to our online spreadsheet to track your progress and see how everyone is doing,  and
  • You can join our private Facebook Group to connect to other people doing the same challenge.

What you’ll do is open your email, and immediately start writing a new story, list, or free-flow of words. The less thinking and the more writing, the better.

The best way to get back into writing is to write.

I find the more I do it, the more I want to do it. Sometimes the pressure of perfectionism on one single essay is too much, and we need to release the pressure by opening the valve a bit more. Start writing, write about everything, and don’t worry as much about the results.

Looking forward to seeing you in the group and hearing about what you write!

The Fall Mastermind program is underway. If you'd like to be considered for the January 2018 cycle, click here to apply.

6 Responses to Start Writing: A New Free Mini-Course

  1. Sonja says:

    Hi Sarah,

    Thanks for intiating this project again! I participated in last year’s 30-day project, and it was just the catalyst I needed to start writing again. I wrote consistently for 250 days last year (then got sidetracked when we went on a 5-day cycling trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway).
    This is just what I need to jumpstart my writing again this year, and hopefully make it a daily habit for the whole year.

  2. Melissa says:

    Hi Sarah! You’ve got a weird redirecting/dead link in your call-out…

    I signed up for the Start Writing list, but I seem to have lost the link for the FB group. Where can I find that info?

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