with Creag Munroe
Story Coach, Editor of Elegant Literature, & Contest Judge
You struggle to finish your draft before moving on to the next idea.
You’ve been stuck writing the same book for over a year and need a faster method.
You want to unlock professional storytelling abilities and write book after book.
Take the headache out of planning, writing, and even editing with a logical and easy to follow system.
The current student leaderboard (idea to finished 1st draft): 23.5 days.
Walk away with a fully planned novel. Love every scene and maintain your excitement through the entire writing process.
Knowing your book is good in advance will make the words fly onto the page.
Never run out of high-quality ideas again. Forget quiet rooms—write faster than ever before and be able to do it on a crowded bus if you have to.
Understand why writing multiple novels fast is better than spending years writing and rewriting a single book.
Then learn how to do it.
This course builds on live workshops and hands-on projects
You’ll be interacting with other writers through breakout rooms and feedback teams
Join a community of like-minded people who want to learn and grow alongside you
Date: July 18 – 22, 2022
All sessions are recorded in case you cannot attend live.
Times are in EST.
July 18 – 22, 2022
July 13, 2022
• Complete beginners who have never tried to write on their own. If you don’t have any experience at all, this isn’t the course for you.
• Total Pantsers. While writing is an art, the methods taught require some planning ahead. How much is up to each student, but if you need complete freedom you won’t enjoy the process.
• Anyone unable to commit at least 30 minutes a day to write. You’ll learn strategies to maximize your output and get more story on the page than ever before, but if you can’t set aside the time for your passion, I can’t help you.
• Writers who aren’t serious about becoming multi-book authors. This course teaches you to write book after book after book. If you aren’t ready to embrace your dream and put in the effort to achieve it, don’t waste your money or time. This is only for writers willing to write.
More than just a simple checklist…
This 40-page mega guide is for writers who want to publish top-notch work. You’ll find full explanations and examples to help you write an award-winning short story, written by the people who give awards to short stories.
And the content can be applied to writing novels!
Elegant Literature is more than just a fiction magazine for new writers. It is a growing community of aspiring authors.
Lifetime membership is worth $100/year and includes access to $900+ in discounts with our partners. The list currently includes writing software, editors, and more, and we always look to add more value as time goes on.
Until you are a published author and considered a professional, you will also have access to monthly contests with $3000+ in prizes.
Yes, you may retake the course anytime you like, forever.
Over time we will add new content and expand the program. If it turns into a 12-week writing bootcamp a year from now, you can still join for free (even if it’s worth $1000+).
You will also have lifetime access to a growing community of motivated authors. The community is part accountability, part feedback, and part networking with the future of the industry.
And even if we start charging for entry, you’ll have access for life.
Forget $30,000 Creative Writing degrees.
Forget coaching packages costing $1000’s of dollars.
Get the premium experience at a fraction of the price.
You can join the New Novelist Accelerator, access the community of motivated writers, and unlock all the bonuses listed above for only $399.
Remember, my method is proven. Students have finished their drafts in 24 days. You could too.
So if you think $399 is a fair price for a proven system to become a multibook author, enroll today.
(I only accept people who are the right fit and I think are serious about success)
You can join the New Novelist Accelerator, access the first cohort of motivated writers, and unlock all the bonuses listed above for only $399. The price goes up if you wait.
Cohort #2: $499
Cohort #3: $599
July 18 – 22, 2022
July 13, 2022
If you engage with the course and attend the live sessions, but are unsatisfied in any way, I will refund your purchase.
And if you find after enrolling that life gets in the way and you are busier than you thought, I will roll you forward into a future cohort with zero additional cost.
However, since enrollment is limited, you may have been accepted instead of another writer. If you do not engage with the course materials or fail to take action during the program, this does not qualify for a refund.
A Masters of Creative Writing will cost $30,000, minimum.
Hiring a personal writing coach could be anywhere from $50-300 per hour.
But my goal with the New Novelist Accelerator is to keep it accessible while offering a premium and personal experience.
The full price of the course is $399.
All sessions are recorded and transcribed, so you can watch them back at any time, forever.
There are 3x two-hour live sessions and 2x optional one-hour workshops, for a total 10 hours of class time over one week.
Outside of scheduled classes, the amount of time you dedicate to writing is up to you. I recommend at least 30-60 minutes a day for best results.
Don't worry, you're not alone. We have members of many ages, backgrounds, and experience levels.
During onboarding, I make sure everyone is comfortable with the tools and technologies we use.
Well... you could. And you should definitely try it! If it works for you, great!
But chances are you have tried learning on your own before. You've watched YouTube videos, read books. But if you are still struggling to finish your novel...
I think $399 is well worth it.
You will have access FOREVER.
This includes all live lessons from your cohort, prior live lessons, transcripts, workbooks, and all other course material.
You can email me at [email protected] and I'll happily answer them.
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