Get Your Novel Written With The Wild Draft


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What is it, why would you want to write one, and how can you get yours written in June?

Set your target of writing 1,000 words every day during Write A Novel Month and with WHQ’s amazing goal setting and productivity skills, you’ll be wanging out those words like a pro.

You never know, it might just set you off on a writing journey you hadn’t yet imagined.

With chief in charge of getting shit done at WHQ Sarah Lewis.

Who You Are

  • A writer with a new idea that you want to explode on to the page
  • A writer with an old idea that you want to burst out of a rut
  • A newbie who wants a fun challenge
  • An oldbie who is inteterested in new ways of doing things

What You’ll Get

A 60 minute interactive webinar on what the wild draft is and how to write one to help you fast track your writing into a new lane.

What You’ll Learn

  • What the wild draft is and how to write one to get a 30,000 word novel draft in 30 days (and why it’s fine that it will be absolutely terrible)
  • Strategies for getting it done
  • How to actually get your writing done, because setting goals is easy, but sticking to them is not always so plain sailing

About Write A Novel Month

Writing a novel is hard. So let’s do it together!

Throughout June, the Writers’ HQ Write A Novel Month will give you the opportunity to explore everything you need to know about novel writing, from drafting, characterisation, editing and everything in between.

We’ll go deep and broad into craft and practice and we’re also going to challenge you to write a wild draft – that’s 1,000 words a day for the entire month of June and see what comes out the other side.

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