I'm super-excited to declare that in January 2018 I'll be offering 3 one-day writing workshops in the Write Into Life mode. That means the writing exercises will all be integrated into real life: either solving real problems or just offering techniques that not only extend your writing skills but also support your well-being. In brief—because … Continue reading A summer writing school with the Write Into Life approach
I'm fully focused on a summer writing school I'm planning for January 2018, right here in Mt Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand. And when I say planning, I mean that in a rather formal sense. Swerving offline to teach writing I've been teaching online for nearly 20 years, one way or another. I'm not knocking MOOCs … Continue reading Writing tips: practise what you preach
Want to write a book? Stop talking about it. Entirely. That’s what author Euny Hong says. Is it healthy to talk about your current writing project?
I am proud of this Heath Robinson contraption in my study. My unique and glorious video recording booth is the result of about ten months' trial and error and ingenious problem solving. What problems, you ask? Multiple engineering problems associated with recording short video lectures for my new online courses, for example: reduce echo to get a clear and friendly small … Continue reading Classic DIY recording booth
For months and months I have been working on my very first video course for Write Into Life. Topic: Write Over Divorce — how to get over the lingering pain of a broken relationship in three weeks simply by working through a series of writing exercises. Now the course is ready! It's public! It's available! This is an advertisement for something I'm … Continue reading My first video course: Write Over Divorce