The LIFEWRITING ten-week Online School is here!

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Here’s your link to the April 18th `The Hero’s Journey and Money’ seminar. Please enjoy! If you enjoy it, please pass the word!

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Want to take your writing to the next level? Well, that’s exactly what novelists and television writers Steven Barnes and Tananarive Due wanted to do with their teaching!

The result is the LIFEWRITING TEN-WEEK ONLINE SCHOOL

You will receive:

–Over TEN HOURS of exclusive video footage, before a LIVE AUDIENCE laying out the entire system of writing and “living the writer’s life” they’ve personally used and taught for decades.

–Ten Weeks of homework and PDF lessons, a path to designing your own career, staying on track, moving from genre to genre or project to project easily and smoothly.

–Instruction to build a “garden” or a “machine” that will, one day at a time, take you to the career of your dreams–if you have the heart for it.

–Enter a community of like-minded writers to network and brainstorm with

A critical “missing link” for writers is FEEDBACK. To be able to brainstorm and continue learning. So in addition you will–

–Gain access to monthly teleconferences to ask your questions of Tananarive and Steve, live!

–Gain Access to the Lifewriting on-line forum to build relationships with other writers, and ask questions of Steve, Tananarive, and their staff!

–And…perhaps most importantly, learn to form YOUR OWN private “writer’s circles”, or find a writing buddy, After you finish the class, you will have a chance to submit a short story or film script, along with an analysis which YOU create to demonstrate you know how to apply the method.

Succeed and you will receive an exclusive certificate, signed by Steve and Tananarive, certifying you to be authorized to form a non-profit writer’s circle using their methods.

PLUS THESE BONUSES!!

1) THE ANCIENT CHILD program–the ULTIMATE goal setting workshop, designed to give you all the mental, physical and emotional tools you need to succeed. Worth 30.00!

2) TANANARIVE DUE’S SECRETS TO A WRITER’S LIFE. Another 30.00 value!

Both FREE!

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And how good are their methods? Check out this note from B. Sharise Moore (who attended our FOUR week class!)

“Yesterday, I completed my month long Screenwriting workshop with Tananarive Due and Steven Barnes. It was the most extensive, thoughtful, resourceful, and inspiring workshop I’ve ever attended. Though I have a degree in English and have begun an MFA in Creative Writing, I have to say that I’ve never taken a creative writing class that was so rich and practical. This class made me re-think the principles of writing. It made me look at writing as a science in ways I hadn’t previously. It was worth every moment. I encourage writers to be on the look out for their screenwriting workshops. The lessons learned were invaluable.”

Novelists, Screenwriters, Playwrights, Short Story writers, television writers, filmmakers…

Science Fiction, horror, suspense, adventure, mainstream, mystery, or fantasy…

No matter what kind of writing you want to do, no matter what your ambitions, the LIFEWRITING TEN WEEK ONLINE WORKSHOP is for you!

Take the first step.

$400.00 US Add to Cart

(YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROCEEDING WITHIN 24 HOURS, GUARANTEED!)

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YOUR INSTRUCTORS:

TANANARIVE DUE is the American Book Award winning author, former Cosby Chair in the humanities at Spelman College, and author of the lauded “African Immortals” series of novels, as well as JOPLIN’S GHOST, THE GOOD HOUSE and the DEVIL’S WAKE series. She and her husband Steve wrote produced and crowdfunded the award-nominated short film DANGER WORD

STEVEN BARNES is the Hugo, Cable Ace and Nebula Award-nominated author of over three million words of mystery, science fiction, fantasy, horror and suspense. He has worked in film, teleivsion, sage and radio. His Emmy winning “A Stitch in Time” episode of the Outer Limits is often considered the best episode of the entire series. Winner of the NAACP Image Award, he has lectured on myth, story structure, personal evolution and social topics at UCLA, Mensa, USC, The Smithsonian Museum, NPR, Seattle University and elsewhere.