Every year presents people with a set of new resolutions. Is one of yours to write a novel? Do you have an idea for a story? Have you been visualizing the story and can literally see and hear your characters? Are you unsure where to go now that you have this idea?
Because of this seemingly Herculean task, would-be writers put their literary dreams on the backburner, promising to return to them once they have time.
Well, guess what? Things will always arise that will keep you from pursuing your dreams.
Because of this, the time is NOW, and the literary dream you hold onto can be envisioned within four weeks with WRITERS BOOT CAMP.
What is Writers Boot Camp?
It’s a four-week, intensive program in which you’ll work one-on-one with author, editor, educator, everywoman Shōn Bacon to develop your story idea into an outline and get you geared up to finally sit and WRITE.
What does Writers Boot Camp entail?
- Four weekly exercises on topics such as story description, plotting, scene visualization, and scene outlining; each exercise will be read and critiqued by Shōn.
- Opportunity to talk with Shōn via e-mail or Yahoo IM to discuss assignments and strategy for story development.
- A bonus fifth week in which you, with Shōn’s assistance, will plan your writing in order to finally get a FIRST DRAFT COMPLETED!
How much does Writers Boot Camp cost?
For four weeks’ worth of one-on-one consultation to get you on your way to pursuing your literary dream (plus a bonus week), you pay only $100!
How can YOU purchase Writers Boot Camp?
You can order via PayPal (link) and start Writers Boot Camp IMMEDIATELY!
Want more information?
E-mail Shōn to learn more today!
About Shōn Bacon
Shōn Bacon is an author, editor, and educator.
As an author, she has published both in the creative and academic arenas.
As an editor, through her ChickLitGurrl™ brand name, Shōn edits manuscripts for individual clients and small publishing houses.
As an educator, Shōn is an English Specialist and mass communication visiting lecturer at McNeese State University in Louisiana. There, she teaches freshman composition, writing for radio/TV, introduction to mass communication, and media writing. In 2005, 2006, and 2007, she contributed and co-edited three academic textbooks that are currently being used as the official textbooks for freshman composition at the university. Occasionally, she teaches fiction writing and fiction workshop through the university’s continuing education department. As a devoted helper of those pursuing creative endeavors, Shōn also writes columns on the writing craft for several online outlets.