my creative process

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I’ve already done a ‘soft’ opening through my newsletter and on social media, so I think it’s high time to officially launch enrollments this coming April’s My Creative Process. Woo hoo, celebration!

Need a recap?

My Creative Process is the online course I developed which goes over a four week period. Lessons are released daily on a weekly topic. I try to appeal to as many learning styles as possible, so lessons incorporate written instruction, diagrams/charts and video.

Full of notes, exercises and tips, students will be encouraged to participate and engage with their creativity. Students also get the opportunity to have a piece of their work (up to 3000 words) assessed. This free 250-word feedback, along with the confidence and gained knowledge from the course itself, will assist the student in future creative endeavours. This is worth the cost of the course alone.

What’s new?

In the spirit of transparency, I’ll say it here first: yes, the course price has increased slightly. I did signpost that impending change back when I was advertising the November 2017 course. As I explained then, this is due to other writing and work commitments (teaching, mentoring, etc.). Don’t worry – it’s not a large increase. And as always there’s the early registration 20% discount – use the code EARLYBIRD. Ends March 18th!

You can learn more about My Creative Process on the dedicated page here on my website or go straight over to the enrollment page.

Or hit this button!

register here

One last thing to whet your appetite – here are the creative prompts for the month. Find anything inspiring?

APRIL 2018
Have any questions? Let me know! Very exciting!

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Don’t forget EARLYBIRD code ends March 18th!


Karen Andrews is the creator of this website, one of the most established and well-respected parenting blogs in the country. She is also an author, award-winning writer, poet, editor and publisher at Miscellaneous Press. Her latest book is Trust the Process: 101 Tips on Writing and Creativity