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Memoir Class News: Join Us for Writing Fast, Writing Deep

by Matilda Butler on December 17, 2011

catnav-news-active-3Post #68 – Women’s Memoirs, News – Kendra Bonnett and Matilda Butler



Your 2012 New Year’s Resolution: Learn More

It’s wonderful to approach a new year. I always feel fresh and ready to take on new projects. It’s the perfect time to remind myself of what I want to do differently as well as what I want to do more of in the approaching 12 months.

[NOTE: There is a special offer below.]

“Learning more” is always a big item on my New Year’s Resolution List. What about you?

Kendra and I spent the past two months (well, almost) working together in Corvallis to wrap up 2011 and develop our plans for 2012. We intend to stretch ourselves and hope that’s what you also want to do in 2012.

storytelling, memoir writing classes, memoir courses, online memoir classesIf so, we urge you to check out our new online memoir writing class that we’re offering through Story Circle Network. Enrollment is OPEN now. The class begins January 9 and runs for three weeks. There are no class times for this learning experience so you can work it into your personal schedule.

A synopsis of Writing Fast, Writing, Deep:

Create more memorable characters, capture a fuller range of emotion, make dialogue carry part of your story, write with vivid detail…do it all AND do it faster than you ever thought possible. Using our Writing Alchemy, Quick Start method you’ll have a strategy that will start you on the path to being the best writer you can be.

Yes, Writing Alchemy. Kendra and I have been teaching our revolutionary Writing Alchemy approach for almost three years. During that time, we have found better and then still better ways to help students dramatically improve their writing. We’re pleased that our new three-week course has been accepted by Story Circle Network for its well-known online memoir and lifewriting learning program.

We’ve Seen the Results

Each time we work with a new group of students, we see significant improvement in their writing. We want to offer you the opportunity to learn Writing Alchemy.

We’re Going to Sweeten the Pot

Writing Alchemy, taught as Writing Fast, Writing Deep is a real bargain at $96.

–A new year to improve your writing.
–A new course to help you improve your craft.
–A great price.

What more do you need? Click here to read more about our course and to enroll.

Of course we know that you are busy and this is a tight economy. So Kendra and I have decided to make a special offer to you. Enroll in Writing Fast, Writing Deep now. As soon as Story Circle Network notifies us that you have paid for the course, we’ll send you a 50% off coupon for our new StoryMap: The Neverending Writing Prompt (Regularly $19.97; special price after discount: $9.99).

What’s the big deal with StoryMap?

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StoryMap is the first-ever Neverending Writing Prompt. Click here to learn more about StoryMap. StoryMap will give you examples of all the writing elements we discuss in our Writing Fast, Writing Deep course. You can use StoryMap to encourage your writing muse. Write a vignette based on StoryMap, but including part of your personal story within the context of StoryMap and we’ll publish it on this website: www.WomensMemoirs.com

How cool is that?

1. Take Writing Fast, Writing Deep through Story Circle Network.
2. Get StoryMap: The Neverending Writing Prompt at 50% off. Prepare to have fun with your writing.
3. In the class, learn how Writing Alchemy dramatically changes your writing.
4. Write a StoryMap inspired vignette and submit it to Women’s Memoirs for publication. Show off what you’ve learned. We guarantee we’ll publish it on our website.

We look forward to having you in our class and helping you revolutionize the way you write.

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Writing in Five: Quick Tip #2

by Matilda ButlerMarch 7, 2010
Writing in Five: Quick Tip #2

Listen to our five minute conversation where we discuss a writing tip from bestselling-author Rita Mae Brown.

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