Upcoming Workshop; The Organization to Fiction Writing

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normal_The_Organization_of_Fiction_Writing_Workshop-1In this workshop we will break down each section in your book. The beginning, the middle, the climax, the preparation for the ending and then the ending. We will discuss prologues and epilogues. This course is five weeks. You will be able to start and complete your novel during this one on one workshop.

Everything is online and all assignments are broken down into five weeks. So pace yourself and have fun while writing your book.

Writers will also join a Facebook group to interact with the other writers, networking and discussing various topics. Let’s start and finish your novel this year!

This course starts on October 28th, 2019 and ends on November 29th, 2019.

Reserve your spot today!

-Your Literary Mentor

Dominique

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PRICE DROP!!!!!

For the next four people, I’m taking $25 OFF the sign up price for the Help me Create a Page Turning Novel Workshop. Don’t miss out. Only four spots available!

Welcome to the Help Me Create a Page Turning Novel Workshop. In this course, writers will be taken through a four week course that will walk them through the steps to write a novel. At the end of the course, writers will be ready to write their next best seller. The workshop helps the writer get their ideas from their head on to paper so that they can prepare for the organization of their story. 

The course starts on September 1st, 2019 ending on September 24th, 2019. 

Writers will also join a Facebook group to interact with the other writers, networking and discussing various topics. Get the help you need in starting and finishing your novel!

Sign up today!

-Your Literary Mentor

Dominique

Upcoming Workshop: Help me Create a Page Turning Novel

Hello Readers!

temp-2In this course, writers will be taken through a four week course that will walk them through the steps to write a novel. At the end of the course, writers will be ready to write their next best seller. The workshop helps the writer get their ideas from their head on to paper so that they can prepare for the organization of their story.

The course starts on September 1st, 2019 ending on September 24th, 2019. 

Writers will also join a Facebook group to interact with the other writers, networking and discussing various topics. Get the help you need in starting and finishing your novel!

Sign up today!

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Dominique

 

Upcoming Workshop: Creative Writing

Hello Readers,

The Creative Writing Workshop is coming to DMP on August 24th.

21730953_10212734019179362_2148778960585649880_nJoin in a seven day workshop that will help bring out your creative juices through writing prompts. Writing prompts will give you the inspiration and ideas to push through your own story. These prompts are specifically for writers who are having a hard time seeing the vision of their story.

Writers will join a group on Facebook to be able to network with their fellow writers.  Writers will have the freedom to go through all seven lessons at their own pace being sure to turn in all of their work by the end of the desired day.

Writers will receive questions about the days prompt in hopes to get writers really thinking about the exercise and then apply the days work to their own work.

It will give writers the ability to network, draw ideas from this workshop to their own stories and novels as well as get the help and guidance they need for their story.

Get more info and see what others are saying about this workshop!

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The ABC’s of Becoming a Writer Part One

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I’ve created the ABC’s of breaking into the literary field. I figured this would be a great way to kick off a new week. I have split the ABC’s into two days. So you can view half of the alphabet today and then the other half on Wednesday.

Enjoy!

Advice

You can never receive too much advice. Get it as much as you can from any source you can get it from. You do not have to follow in the footsteps of someone else nor do you have to do exactly what someone else has done. Keep in mind they have been there, done that. Take what you can and put your own twist on it.

Brainstorm

Continue to brainstorm and come up with new ideas. Take the time to do this as often as possible. Whatever your comfortable writing zone is, when that time comes, embrace it and collect your thoughts. Use your notebook to write down your ideas so that you don’t forget them. Brainstorming is a great way to produce a new writing project

Consistency

One thing readers do not like is a writer who is all over the place. Be consistent in what you do. Whether it’s releasing books, producing a newsletter or updating your status on Facebook, continue to do what you do and keep it going.

Drive

Being an author is hard work. It’s one of the hardest self-employed jobs today. By our own drive and motivation, we control how much money we make. You must have drive and a go getter attitude to make it as an author. Be ready to get in the driver’s seat and put the gear into drive when wearing the author hat.

Expect nothing less

There’s nothing wrong with having high expectations as an author. As long as the expectations are realistic you are on the right path. Expect nothing less than what you expect for yourself and your career as an author. Others need to know that you mean business!

Forgiveness

Humor me. You gotta forgive those that don’t believe in you now because later, they’ll regret it! Onward!

Genre

Don’t be confined to one genre. As an author it’s okay to dabble into other genres. Although you may not be an experienced author right now, after you’ve been comfortable in your genre of choice, try dabbling into other genres. Also remember, that your audience may not take the change so it is risky.

Help

As with advice, get it as much as you can from wherever you can. Having someone on your side through this journey is always helpful, preferably someone who has published a book or two before you.

Initiate

This simply means to initiate any type of connection with others. Introduce yourself to people and get to know them. Start networking. Email people and tell them about you. Join groups and be the first to say “Hey, get to know me”

Jot down everything

Write down everything that comes to mind. Keep notes. These will come in handy during those late nights when you have the writing juices flowing.

Keep Writing

You will come to a point where the writing will get dull. You’ll seem to not have any more juice in you and you have no motivation. Keep Writing. Keep pushing. It will get better. Learn to self-motivate!

Learn to hear the word NO

In this business, you will have to fall many times before you have that one success. Accept hearing the word no but don’t settle for it.

Good stuff right? Wednesday I will be back with the remaining letters of the ABC’s of Becoming a Writer. Share this article! Every writer needs this little boost of motivation!

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Your Literary Mentor

-Dominique