You wanted it in April and now it is here. The mini-camp will be available for April. That’s right! Register now at early bird pricing before it is too late.
Looking at one of the upcoming boot camps and need a little help with the registration fees? Check out the scholarship page for a limited amount of scholarships that can help out with the fees! https://inspiringmuses.wordpress.com/creativity-scholarships/
Who is J.L. Smith
I am a writer who has published over 80 individual works in the last 4 years, including 2 books of poetry: Medusa – The Lost Daughter and Weathered Fragments, Weathered Souls. I am a certified life coach specializing in creativity coaching. My author site is jlsmithwrites.com and you can follow me on Twitter @jennifersmithak.
What is Creativity Coaching?
Creativity coaching helps both the aspiring and more experienced writer bust through roadblocks they are facing in their creative works. Often, we artists get bogged down in our usual practices. Sometimes we isolate ourselves in our work. Soon, we feel the pangs of writer’s block, or even worse, the lack of inspiration to write at all.
We have all been there…
How does one break out of this rut? A creativity coach can help a writer analyze both their strengths and weaknesses to put them back on the path to creating.
Need help generating work or working through personal blocks? A mini-boot camp or month-long boot camp can supercharge your writing. Registration for both the March Mini-Camp and April National Poetry Writing Month are open now!
One-on-one mentor is available on a private basis. I can help you work through your blocks through email or messaging. I can also evaluate short shorts, giving you the strengths and weaknesses in a piece. Interested in one-on-one coaching? Contact me directly at email@example.com for more details.
Want to supercharge your writing? Check out the March Mini-Camp that starts March 18th. Early Bird Registration is just $15. Hey, that is barely a $1 a day for your creativity! Imagine the possibilities!
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton