30 Scenes in 30 Days

What: A month of writing prompts to help you grow your story seedling into a strong sturdy oak of a story.

Who: Any writer! Do you have a story idea, but don't know what to do with it? Are you ready to start on the next book in a series? Do you want to build up a writing habit, but don't know where to start? Just plain love to write and hang out with fellow word nerds? If you said yes to any of these questions, then this is for YOU!

When: The entire month of March.

How does it work: Participants will join an online platform (Yahoo Groups) and be given access to our private group. I will post a story prompt each day and participants will respond with their written scene. Then we will help each other out by offering up kind and constructive feedback. 

How much does it cost? 30 scenes in 30 days, for $30. Makes sense right? 

How do you get signed up? Just click the little black button below.

Have any questions? Just email me! wordnerd@amandazieba.com

Can't wait until March 1st to get that writer's itch out of your fingers? Click here for 5 free writing prompts to get you started!  

 

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