GOT 30 MINUTES TO PLOT YOUR BOOK?
what if a single template could help you
brainstorm, plot, and outline your book idea?
It all starts with an idea.
A whisper. A nudge.
A thought like: "I wish I could read a book that had ___ and ___ and ___."
What all books have in common is that they start out as a blip. A brief thought.
A "hmm" moment. An idea.
I bet you have an idea. I'm even willing
to bet you have more than one.
Tell me, does this sound like you?
You know you want to write a book, but aren't sure how to turn a pop of inspiration into a full-fledged story?
You worry that maybe your idea has already been done before, that maybe it isn't "original"?
You fear you don't have enough time to dedicate to your book to write it the way you really want to?
You wish you could find a simple, straight-forward way to start writing your book, one that doesn't require hours upon hours of brainstorming and outlining?
You want to know what you're writing and where your story is going without compromising the flow of your creative process?
If you're nodding your head right now,
I have two words for you...
In this 30-minute workshop, you'll learn:
how to actively listen for book ideas and capitalize on them with out-of-the-box brainstorming methods
how to clarify your book ideas through my G.A.T.S. process (an essential foundation for any writer, beginner or experienced)
how utilizing a single template (my trademark Story Mindmap) can save you from rigorous outlining, writer's block, and the dreaded "I started writing my book but never finished it..."
how mind-mapping can keep you focused on your plot while still allowing for creative inspiration throughout the writing process
A $75 value for just $37 . . .
The 30-minute video workshop, downloadable Story Mindmap template, unlimited replays, and lifetime access can be yours for just
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DISCLAIMER: All content stems from personal experience and does not guarantee specific results or a specific outcome.