Win a Pass to the Plan Your Novel course! #30daywc

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Enter to win One Free Pass to the ALL IN level of “Plan Your Novel” course, Oct. 1-31, 2015

Click here to enter the giveaway and jump over the description of the course.

For those of you who want support, tools, lessons, and community, join us in the October 2015 live and extended course, “Plan Your Novel” 30-Day Writing Challenge.

Check it out here:
http://30daywritingchallengefornovelists.bethbarany.com/

In our 30-day class (with the 31st to celebrate!), we cover:

  • Week 1: Elevator Pitch & Short Synopsis
  • Week 2: Get to Know Your Main Characters
  • Week 3: Story Plot & World Building
  • Week 4: Scene-by-Scene Outline & Plotting

In our October course, we gently challenge writers to plan their entire novels in 30 days, so that they can sit down with confidence and clarity on November 1st and write their novel during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo, a free international movement and nonprofit).

Ezra and I do the course with you. I’ll be planning my first full-length romance novel. I’ve written novels, just not in this genre, and have written 5 romance novellas. I’m a little nervous about writing a romance novel. I need to make sure I have enough conflict and enough sub-plot to keep everyone busy.

There are 2 levels to the October course:

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#1) DIVE IN: In addition to the above, You’re invited to attend all the live calls and webinars (we have 4 over the month) and participate in the private Facebook group with the students and instructors. (A special group just for the October class.)

For people who want live support and feedback on their ideas throughout the month. (All live teaching and coaching sessions are Tuesdays, 5-6:15pm Pacific in October.)

This level is good if you want to be in a group all focused on the planning stage.

It can be very encouraging to get our planning done when everyone in the group is focused on the same things. That’s why I run these classes.

Dive In = $59

#2) ALL IN: In addition to the above, you also get a 1-1 hour-long call with Beth (normally $225) to go over your story ideas and get support around dealing with procrastination, writer’s block, and other avoidance/resistance tactics.

You also get the Craft Characters class ($49 value), a more in depth dive into character development.

All In = $99 (best value)

Link to register for the October Plan Your Novel 30-Day Writing Challenge:

http://30daywritingchallengefornovelists.bethbarany.com

That’s what’s up! I wanted to share with you what I’m cooking up, so you can join us at the level that’s right for you, and so that you can tell your friends. Thanks!


 

Enter this giveaway to win a free pass to the All In level ($350+ value)

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ABOUT BETH BARANY

Beth Barany, Creativity Coach for WritersAward-winning novelist and creativity coach for writers, Beth Barany has been making up fantasy and adventure stories all her life. She writes magical tales of romance and adventure for women and girls to transport them to new worlds where anything is possible. She empowers novelists to write, publish, and market their genre novels.


ABOUT EZRA BARANY

Books by Ezra BaranyBook marketing mentor, Ezra Barany is the author of the award-winning bestseller, The Torah Codes. Contact Ezra today to begin the conversation on how he can help you design your book cover or pitch via FacebookTwitter, or contact him through this blog, or email: EZRA at THETORAHCODES dot COM.

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2 Responses

  1. Oluademi says:

    Do I comment here? Oh, I’m so bad at blogs! What kind of 21st Century Child am I? Alas.

    My biggest problem in planning and ultimately writing my novel is losing energy. I dive in gung-ho, get about 30 pages in, and then lose steam. :\

  2. Beth Barany says:

    Oluademi, You commented in the right place!

    Thanks for sharing what your biggest problem is. I hear you about losing steam. That happens to lots of authors. We do address that phase in our planning class. I’m curious what’s going on in your story when you run out of steam.

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