A library of help for the days when you feel discouraged about your writing. When you feel momentum has come to a standstill and you (almost) want to walk away from it all.
Yeah, those days. They happen.
There are times when you feel down about your writing, your blog, or your book project. I don’t claim to be psychic, but I know these things. These feelings are normal and happen for all writers.
Because here’s the thing:
Day to day, how you feel about your writing changes.
You’ll feel proud of your work for weeks. And then something will happen (rejection or self-doubt or something else) and you’ll want to light a match and burn it all.
Some months are filled with delightful clients and projects. Other months feel slow and taste bitter as you slog yourself through a project that you’re sick of, a project that you wished you’d never said yes to.
Then there’ll be times when you’re writing and writing but feel like nobody’s paying attention (or paying what you’re worth), and it feels painful to show up and write even one more word.
What do you do when those days happen? I’d like to offer my help.
My goal is to give you a library of encouragement. so when you’re feeling discouraged, overwhelmed, unmotivated, you can take a step away, maybe go for a walk with your headphones or sit and listen to the exact audio you need for that day.
10 days of me + you to get you fired up (again) about your writing. Your work. Your art.
Here’s what you get:
One email a day for 10 days. Each email contains a few links and an audio recording (averaging 12 minutes).
Day 1: When you feel like nobody’s reading/appreciating your work.
Day 2: When you can’t seem to write consistently/meet your writing goals.
Day 3: When you’re not earning the money from your writing (or blog) that you’d like.
Day 4: When you feel that nobody ‘gets’ you/your writing.
Day 5: When you don’t feel good enough (or expert/qualified) enough to write.
Day 6: For when your inspiration well has run dry, and you don’t know what to write about
Day 7: When you just don’t want to write (or do) anything.
Day 8: When someone says/writes something mean about your writing.
Day 9: When all of your pitching/proposals are being rejected.
Day 10: When you feel scared to share your work with the world.
This isn’t a course or a challenge. It’s just a resource you can turn to on the days when you need a little push to re-focus and get back on track.
Pay what you can.
You read that right.
I know what it is to struggle. I’ve been there too many times. So, I’m offering this to you as pay-what-you-can. I want everyone who needs this to benefit from it. The average expected price is set at $10. You can pay that (or more or less). Totally your choice. I know, I spoil you. You can thank me by email or Twitter later.
If you have any questions, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org