StoryADay September 2023 Challenge!
Writing prompts from the 2023 StoryADay Challenge, in your inbox, daily.
Get inspired by writers like Mary Robinette Kowal, K. B. Carle, Rachel Swearingen, Meghan Louise Wagner, Lisa Thorton, Tommy Dean, Amy Barnes and more…
- Start with a cohort, on September 1, 2023
- Make your own rules
- Prove to yourself that you can write more (& better) than you knew!
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Starts September 1
Hi, I’m Julie Duffy and I help writers like you build a creative practice that is rewarding and fits your life, today, not ‘some day’.
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…and I help writers like you build a creative practice that is rewarding and fits your life, today, not ‘some day’.
2023 StoryADay Challenge
some ways I can help
Start Writing Now
Start here: Get the help you need to brainstorm and complete a short story any time. Includes my top tips for delighting readers.
Download the Short Story Framework
Then: Treat yourself to a self-paced online writing 'retreat' that teaches you all you need to know to start, develop and finish three short stories and discover your own best practices as a writer...who writes!
Take the 3-Day Challenge
Next: Subscribe to a weekly story prompt and writing lesson rolled into one. No bells or whistles, just great information designed to inspire and instruct...in your inbox, weekly.
Subscribe to the StoryAWeek Newsletter
Ready for more? Develop your writing practice by joining us on this 6-module journey where you'll write up to 11 story drafts and learn the skills to build a satisfying writing practice. Join the self-paced option or live cohort
I, WRITER Course
Looking for Accountability? Sometimes you need some people around you! Join our year-round virtual writing conference, retreat, workshop, and mastermind group. Opens in sprint and autumn.
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Writing a story a day has been very good practice to develop a positive orientation to writing endeavors, not to mention that it has led me to meet new people, be part of a community and find my writing feet again.