Stephen King writes 2,000 words a day – the equivalent of an eight-page essay. And he doesn’t hold the record by any means. There are many writers who out-pace that. How do they do it? Is there some magical method that makes some fingers fly over the keys and produce coherent, good writing, while others just sit frozen?
Well, it’s not magic. There are “rabbits and turtles” among all types of writers – novelists, students, journalists, and copywriters alike. But there are some key techniques to fast writing that Kerry Creaswood, writing coach at Flash Essay, is ready to give you.
During this webinar, Creaswood will provide you with the techniques to discover your own pace for writing, the best environment for your unique self, and how you can remain motivated and “brain-active” during the writing process. You’ll discover how to find a “groove” that will translate your thoughts into the written word quickly and almost effortlessly. You can take these techniques, do some self-experimentation, and speed up your own writing process.
Whether you want to be the next Stephen King or just get better at essay writing, this webinar is going to be your key to getting it done faster.
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Kerry Creaswood has a long history of writing and editing, and is now a writing coach at Flash Essay. She has written copy for major business websites and blogs, has worked as an editor for authors, and brings years of writing expertise to the table. While her passion for writing and editing takes first place in her life, her down-time passion for music and songwriting runs a close second.