Breakthrough Strategies for frustrated writers
Finally break free of the writing ruts that limit your success
So what’s the cost?
We know. That’s the question you’ve been asking since halfway down this page.
There are a couple of different ways to price a course like this one.
One approach is to consider how much the weeks, months, and even years of progress you can save if you’re not banging your head against failed strategies and price the course based on how much you could accelerate your writing. By that approach, we might be talking a couple thousand dollars worth of saved hours, time, and frustration.
Another approach is to tally up the hours of experience, research, planning, and work we put into this course and use that to determine how much we think it’s worth. By that approach, we might be talking a hundred dollars.
But we didn’t want you to keep watching your dreams slip out of your grasp and leave you stuck on the plateau you’re currently trapped on.
We wanted to make sure we were charging a price that was affordable for any writer who’s found themselves in these shoes and is ready to make a getaway and escape from their current situation.
That’s why we’re only charging $19 for this course.
While the time, money, and experience it will save you is worth a lot more than that, we wanted as many people to be taking this course as possible so we could enable you to transform your writing life.
Are you ready to break past your current writing plateau?
Click the button below to enroll for the course.
About the Instructor
Daeus Lamb is the author of God of Manna and currently serves as the community manager at Story Embers. In addition to those pursuits, he runs Excelsior Writing School and a YouTube channel dedicated to analyzing the fantasy genre. He loves juggling words. He also loves people, fictional or real (but he doesn’t juggle them).
“We resolve to be teachable, weighing the advice of others because we always have room to grow, and to be humble, acknowledging that we are not writing the greatest story but merely pointing readers to it.”
– Christian Storytellers Manifesto