Free Roundtable Discussion—Beth Barany
August 6, 2015
4 PM PDT 5 PM MDT 6 PM CDT 7 PM EDT
There are three main turning points to the writing process: the start, the middle, and the end. Writers often find themselves stuck in one of these three places. When you get stuck, everything grinds to a screeching halt, and we are tempted to abandon our project—book, essay, chapter. We experience this as writer’s block, and are bound by massive frustration, procrastination, or tearing out our hair while crying.
In this conversation with Linda Joy Myers, founder and president of National Association of Memoir Writers, and Beth Barany, award-winning novelist and creativity coach for writers, you’ll learn about 5 tools to help you get back to writing your story.
In this lively conversation between teachers and lovers of story, you’ll discover:
- How planning can enhance your creativity instead of stifle it
- How a simple tool can help you stay focused so you can actually get writing done
- How a simple mindset tool can shift your energy from No to Go
- How goal setting can restart you when you’re stuck in the middle of your project
- How you can connect with the most powerful tool in the five senses to spark or re-spark your passion for your project
Listen to the recording.
ABOUT BETH BARANY Beth Barany is an award-winning novelist and a Creativity Coach for Writers. She runs the blog for writers by writers, the Writer’s Fun Zone, and the Barany School of Fiction. She’s coached hundreds of authors over the last nine years and specializes in helping novelists write, publish, and market their novels. Her mission is to empower authors to create sustainable and successful careers. You can find out more about Beth and her services at her site: www.BethBarany.com. There you can sign up for her free 5-Day Writer’s Motivation Mini-Course: http://bit.ly/5dayminicourse. Her latest book for writers is Twitter for Authors: Social Media Marketing for Shy Writers. In her off hours, Beth enjoys capoeira, reading, and watching movies and traveling with her husband, suspense novelist Ezra Barany. Beth Barany lives in Oakland, California with her husband, two cats, and over 2,000 books.