Have you been dreaming to write a book but just can't seem to get started? Have you started your book but just can’t keep the momentum going to finish it?
Maybe you are struggling with how to get the story out of your head, how to structure your book, how to turn ideas into full chapters, or how to keep the reader’s attention & finish strong.
If any of the above sounds like you, then this course was designed for YOU.
Write Your Views is an online 6-week course with 4 sessions for dreamers seeking to complete a manuscript for their book to one day publish it to the world. In this course you will find the information, inspiration, and resources that you need to write your views. This course includes four weeks of live instructor led sessions (we meet online once a week for four weeks during the evening), two content reviews (you will create an outline and first draft of your manuscript-both will be reviewed by Chefeon), and a single one-on-one session with Chefeon (you will receive detailed feedback and guidance on your manuscript work).
With a master’s degree in Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse, being a reader at heart and a writer at hand, Chefeon will share with you what she has learned about prewriting, drafting, and writing over the past ten years. This course is guaranteed to b exactly what you’ve been missing from your writing journey. She’ll also share how she wrote her book in three months and how she plans to sell her book for residual income.
Allow Chefeon to take you from an author who wants to write to an author who writes and has a complete manuscript through her experience and knowledge by learning prewriting essentials, drafting techniques, story and character development, writing techniques, & more.
Let’s remove the END (excuses, negativity and distractions) and start BEGINNING.
It’s time to Write Your Views & Leave Your Legacy!
Join Chefeon now. Course starts August 29, 2018. Limited spots available.
Identifying your why
Overview of prewriting essentials
Common mistakes writers make
Difference between genres and genre conventions
Essential elements of a good story
Difference between plot for nonfiction and fiction books
Building your character list & how to make you reader feel like the character
Knowing the person you write in (1st, 2nd, 3rd)
Using descriptive language
Understanding your writing style
Learning other writing techniques
Structuring your writing
Creating a writing schedule
Life after a completed manuscript
Options for editing and publishing your book
each session followed by detailed feedback and Q&A breaks
Two editing services
Course topic samples
Course topic e-workbook
Connections to resources
Live Q & A Call-in sessions
Live Q & A Facetime sessions
Live senior instructor led trainings
Course starts August 29, 2018. Limited spots available.
one time payment
payment one: due now
payment two: due by 8/17
payment three: due by 8/24