If you’ve ever dreaded writing, or felt that writing was too hard, you’ll love the Easy-Write Process.
The Easy-Write Process changed my life; I developed it over several years of struggling with writing.
I studied creativity and mind states. I learned to meditate. I forced myself to write despite the discomfort. I found methods and strategies which worked for me, and later, I tried them out on my students. The strategies worked for them, too.
This wasn’t an overnight process. My Easy-Write “cure” for writing stress and trauma crept up on me. One day I wondered where the fear had gone… I was amazed. It was GONE; not a trace remained.
Writing had turned into a constant joy. Instead of cowering in bed when I awoke, dreading the start of another writing day, I leaped out of bed, eager to get to the keyboard. I was happier in everything I did, and everyone around me was happier too.
Along with the joy, came the money. I had to turn clients away. Editors rang me to discuss new projects. Clients put me on retainer.
When I taught the Easy-Write process to my writing students, they achieved great results too. Please enjoy the Easy-Write Process — I wish you much success with it.
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