Long time no talk-to. I hope you’re all well and muddling through the various lockdowns, hurricanes, wildfires etc. that seem to just keep coming. I’ll be glad when this year is relegated to history.
After a solid week of putting together six new mentorship programs and thanks to input from a former mentoring student and from my wife, I’m finally ready to pull the trigger on them.
There are six in all. Three are writing-intensive: The Writing Craft I, II, and III. You can see those at https://harveystanbrough.com/the-writing-craft-mentorships/. If you’ve ever seriously considered upping your game as a fiction writer, this might be the time.
The other three are non-writing but writing related: Clearing Out the Myths, Inventory and Sales, and Licensing. You can see those at https://harveystanbrough.com/non-writing-mentorships/.
In “The Gist” on each of those pages, you’ll see my rationale and experience. Farther down on each page, I wrote about the fees (and payments, if necessary); refunds, and issued a privacy and security statement.
I see these mentorships as an opportunity for me to help other writers and would-be writers benefit from what I’ve learned over a lifetime of writing and publishing.
Best of all, unlike various other online lectures, workshops, seminars and classes from different sources, my mentorships are not one size fits all.
I hope you’ll take a look and let me know what you think. As always, comments and questions are welcome via email or on this post.
Since I talked with you last, I’ve written and published my 50th novel. I also have 8 novellas, over 200 short stories, hundreds of poems and well over a dozen non-fiction books on writing. May you have even greater success.
‘Til next time, keep writing!