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WAP!—Writing Accountability Project

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If you want to write, but you just can’t seem to find the time within your hectic schedule, then the Writing Accountability Project (WAP!) is for you!

WAP!
has a very simple goal: to create a space

within your day to make writing a daily habit so

you can achieve your writing goals. WAP! is not

an editing program, though there will be some

editing tips. WAP! is not an instructional

program, though there will be some

instruction. WAP! is for people who want to

write but can’t seem to find a convenient

time to write consistently.

WAP! is a habit-forming curriculum. It’s for

those with a busy schedule: the full-time

workers, the family men and women, the

pet owners, and, yes, the procrastinators. We will help you find that sweet spot in your day where you can steal five minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, to write. Then you’ll buddy up with other writers who will hold you accountable for writing every day during that sweet spot. If you falter, we’ll find out why—together. Then we will put you back on track so you can reach your writing goals.


Workshop leader Tom Pfeifer has been a

professional writer for more than 30 years. He

perfected his system while working 10- to 16-

hour days on Capitol Hill. Despite a hectic work

schedule and a family to care for, Tom created a

15-minute-a-day writing space to complete a

200-page book. And, he did not have the support

you will have. Then, in 2016, he published Write

It, Speak It: Writing a Speech They’ll APPLAUD!

The program will be conducted on 10 consecutive

Tuesday evenings beginning Jan. 15, 2019, online

on Zoom, with breakout rooms for you to meet

weekly with your accountability buddies. You never have to leave the comfort of your own home!

Our 10-week program is limited to the first 18 registrants so you can receive the maximum attention you deserve. Because this is our inaugural offering, the price is ONLY $49 for 10 weeks! That’s less than $5 a week to achieve your writing goals. Don’t miss this opportunity.
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Included is a Facebook Group you can join and converse with other members between classes and long after the class ends.

So stop procrastinating and
Sign Up Today! Make 2019 the year you reach your writing goals!


Tentative itinerary:


Week One 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Identify long-term goals
Discuss short-term goals to reach long-term goals
Discuss creative times
Identify writing cues
How to use FB Group page
Assignment—Identify your writing cues

Week Two 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Review Assignment – Writing cues
Identify and assign buddies
Break into breakout rooms – discuss writing cues
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week Three 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Discussion: What obstacles prevented you from achieving your non-writing goals? Success stories—how did you achieve them?
Breakout rooms—discuss progress or lack of thereof to achieving writing goals
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week Four 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Discussion: Is it getting easier to reach your writing goals? Why or why not?
Adjust breakout buddies as necessary
Breakout rooms—Are your writing cues working?
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week Five 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Discussion: What if I stare at a blank page for 15 minutes?
Volunteer readings of what you have written
Breakout rooms—Encouragement and accountability
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week Six 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Discussion: Pat yourself on the back! You’ve made it to week six. What had kept you going? What we can do to help?
Breakout rooms—Encouragement and accountability
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week Seven 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Discussion—The Magic Is in the Rewrite
Breakout rooms—Encouragement and accountability
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week Eight 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Discussion: Dictionaries, Thesauruses, and Stylebooks
Breakout rooms—Encouragement and accountability
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week Nine 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Discussion—Reading Critically
Breakout rooms—Encouragement and accountability
Assignment—Use your writing cues to write daily

Week 10 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Review and Release
Assignment—Use Facebook Page to Keep You on Task