Free Workshop

Do We Dare Break The Mold?
"Who Exactly Am I Really?"

Finally FIrst Draft Freebie class

This is a question we all ask ourselves at one time or the other. Join us as we learn to put a creative spin on our Bios!

Date: June 4th, 2024 @ 1:00 P.M. (Mountain Time)
Date: July 8th, 2024 @ 11:00 A.M. (Mountain Time)

*After you register and submit your information, you will be sent an email with links for both dates. Choose the one that works best for your schedule. 

Create More Interesting Bios

Let’s get started. Here is WHY we are doing this. It has been brought to our attention (Susan Tweat’s blog/Substack) that our bios are generally pretty old and I agree wholeheartedly, maybe a year or so, maybe more, and when we put out a new book, most of us attach an old bio.

Well, folks, that bio doesn’t reflect who you are today. It reflects who you were in the past when you wrote it, but who are you today? This is the question we are setting out to answer.

This whole process came together (combining the two issues) when I asked one of my students which “I” was going to show up on the page of her memoir. Her jaw dropped, then she said, “I have no idea.”

So, I set out to find a way for my students to truly understand who they are, and in the process our readers can read our bio and get a good understanding of not only who we are, but the type and style of writing one might find within the pages.

Now, our lead question:

Do We Dare Break The Mold?

Do we?

What mold, one may ask.

The Bio Mold.

Could be for a century, more or less, we have been using the same bio format. Do we dare move into the 21st Century with this? Join us for this FREE insightful workshop. We will build our own bios with an easy format to follow, then decide if it is okay to break the mold. You each will leave with a draft copy, as all of us who have tried it so far have come to realize it takes some time and some rearranging of words before we finally feel comfortable with the depth of self. We are batting a thousand so far as all who have tried it, love it.

The workshop will last 2 hours, and it is FREE, but you must register to get access.