Get Your Book DONE in 2018


Let me ask you a question… did you complete the creative project(s) you wanted to this year? 

My guess is, you have one of the following responses to that question:

  • I started it, but haven’t finished yet
  • I did pretty well for some of the year, but then I fell off track and haven’t quite gotten back on
  • No

This is pretty typical for many creative people. You start the year with big intentions to get stuff done and then before you know it, the year has flown by and you’re already celebrating New Years again.

This is a seriously unproductive pattern that is wreaking havoc on your creative life.

And the way I see it, you have two options:

  1. Wait ’til next year
  2. Challenge yourself to get your book DONE (or at least started) THIS YEAR

Introducing… Get Your Book DONE: a 29-Day Challenge to Start, Revise or Finish Your Book in 2018

This has been an interesting year for me, as I finally–and unexpectedly–gave myself permission to go after my BIG writing dream (being a Hollywood screenwriter). I wrote and revised my first screenplay earlier in the year and submitted it to two contests. About a month ago, I started a new screenplay that I’m finishing, revising and submitting to a contest by December 12.

And then the other day I got a divine download to issue YOU one final challenge for 2018… get your book DONE.

That might mean actually getting started if you haven’t yet. It may mean finally finishing the first draft (or whatever draft number you’re on). Or it may mean revising the draft you already have.

Whether you’re writing fiction or nonfiction, this workshop will help you GET IT DONE (if you’re committed to taking action, that is).

This is the time of year when most people give up. They throw in the 2018 towel and decide that they’ll just “take the rest of the year off and wait ’til January to start again.”

But all that does is set you up for procrastination, resistance, doubt, fear and continuing to put off your writing dreams.

Why not instead do the opposite of everyone else and build some serious momentum for the rest of 2018? That momentum will carry you into 2019 and you’ll be starting the year off with a win already in your pocket.



(no worries about the holidays; there are no assignments or deadlines other than working on your book every day/as often as possible).

What You Get

Here’s what you get with this workshop:

  • Daily check-ins for accountability–the check-ins take place right inside our private Facebook group
  • Pep-talks delivered throughout the 29-day period to keep you motivated and getting your book DONE
  • A livestream training on how to deal with the stuff that gets in the way of you doing your writing (in the Facebook group)
  • A private Facebook group with access to Jennifer for questions, feedback, support, etc. during the 29 days
  • Bonuses–of course!


‘Cause it’s the season of giving and you know I LOVE giving Bonuses, you also get the following when you join this workshop:

  • Plan Your Damn Story–a video series that will help you plan and develop your story idea(s) before you write it (a $99 value)
  • How To Write Your Nonfiction eBook–a step-by-step training that walks you through how to outline your nonfiction eBook, what to think about, how to organize it, how to write it, and more (a $99 value)
  • The Story Revision Kit–everything you need to revise the story you have and turn it into the story you want (a $99 value)

Investment: Pay What You Can

This workshop is a way for me to hold myself accountable to getting my screenplay finished, revised and submitted to the contest by December 12 (and then I have an eBook project I may focus on ’til the end of the year) AND to help you hold yourself accountable to getting YOUR book done by December 31.

And to be honest, it would be great to have other writers challenging themselves along with me. SO I’ve decided to offer this workshop at a Pay-What-You-Can price, that way anyone who wants to participate can.

I’ve set up the payment button below with a bunch of different prices, capping out at the price I would typically charge for a workshop like this. Choose whichever one you’re most comfortable with. 

Pay What You Can