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"It's none of their business that you had to learn to write. Let them think you were born that way." -Ernest Hemingway
I'm Corey McComb and I'm a writer and blogger from San Diego, CA.
If you're like me, you've tried to develop a writing habit in the past. And, like me, you probably stared at the blank page, got distracted, and eventually told yourself, "Maybe next week."
Most people fail to develop a daily writing habit because they don’t start with a manageable system. This 7-day course is designed specially to help you start writing every day while teaching you principals to make your words shine.
Each day for the next 7 days, you'll receive a short lesson and a writing prompt. All you need to do is write 500 words a day.
You can use the daily prompt or do a free-write. It's up to you.
The lessons all come from timeless writers and artists like Kurt Vonnegut, Hunter S. Thompson, and many others. These are time-tested writing principals that if applied, will immediately take your writing to the next level.
"But, why 500-words?"
500-words is enough the get your creative mind stretched and warm. It's also a low enough number to make success and momentum attainable in about 20 minutes or less.
500-words a day has been my magic number for the last two years. I can say I've racked up some 200,000 words since I started. (That's like, two Harry Potter books!)
Is all that writing "good'? Not even close...
But it's in those daily writing sessions that new ideas shake loose. Glimmers of hope appear now and then that say, "Hey, you might be on to something..."
Maybe your goal is to write a book one day. Maybe you just want to get some of those thoughts bouncing around your head out in the open. (It'll feel good when you do, trust me.)
Whatever your reason, writing is a tool that helps us make sense of the world and our place in it. Like Flannery O'Connor said, "We write to discover what we know."
Sign up now for FREE and get the first lesson and writing prompt tomorrow morning! No more waiting, it's time to Just Get It Written.