Let’s face it. There are plenty of ways to get stuck when it comes to writing:
You’re not sure where to begin, or what happens next.
Not to mention how your story ends.
Or the way your first draft feels nothing like the story you imagined...
What if writing could be easier?
What if, instead of getting stuck, you could turn those unknowns into the motivation to keep going? What if you could stop struggling and let the story unfold in a way that feels exciting? And what if you could make peace with that rough draft long enough to finish it? You can.
• The #1 way that writers make things harder than they need to be.
• 3 key insights to help you navigate the writing process with more freedom and ease.
• Support and guidance from me and my writing partner to integrate these ideas into your writing life.
“My growth as a writer has been exponential while working with Alissa. She has such enthusiasm for the writing process and a real gift for encouraging writers... Writing has become more about figuring things out than about knowing everything before I get to the page. It’s a discovery process, and I’m learning to trust that process. In the meantime, I’m writing more and enjoying it more than ever.” – Karen C.
“One of the main things I’ve learned from working with Alissa is to never give up. I️ would have never written a third short story this year if it had not been for Alissa’s encouragement and confidence in me. She gives me that extra nudge to push me beyond what I️ would ordinarily accomplish.” – Linda K.
By end of the workshop, you’ll understand how you might be making writing harder than it needs to be AND how to ease the pressure. That means you’ll be able to do the one thing that makes you feel good about writing: put that pen to the page or fingers to the keyboard. Are you ready?
If you’re like me, you feel better when you write. You also know there can be so many unknowns in writing that it’s difficult to finish what you start.
But doubt doesn’t have to be a deal breaker.
I help writers navigate the ups and downs of writing so they can show up at the page and create something meaningful—for themselves and for readers. What will you write when you feel clear and confident?