NEW VIDEO SERIES:
How to (Finally) Make Progress in Your Writing Journey
Hi! I'm Niki Hardy, and I am a hope*writer member.
I want to invite you to watch our brand new video series, "How to (Finally) Make Progress in Your Writing Journey."
All you need to do is click the button on this page to get started and you'll get instant access to the first video.CLICK TO WATCH THE FIRST VIDEO
HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER IN THE VIDEO SERIES:
You've put it off too long. Now is the time to take your writing seriously.
Because if not now . . . when?CLICK TO WATCH THE FIRST VIDEO
"Before I joined hope*writers, I had notebooks full of writings, but never in a million years would I have called myself a writer. Hope*writers has given me not only the confidence to say I am a writer, but concrete ways to live this out and a tribe of people who understand what this writing life is like. It has changed my whole perspective."
"Before hope*writers, I was a blogger who wrote for fun and mostly to indulge myself. Through the gentle guidance of this community I’ve learned how to uncover what my message actually is, who my reader is, how my message can serve her, and the gift I’m offering."
"Before hope*writers, I had plans to be a writer someday. Hope*writers has taught me more about being a writer than all the college writing classes I have taken in the past four years and I will be forever grateful for how much I have grown because of this community and resources."
PAOLA BARRERA RUIZ
"I'm the member who has wrestled feeling totally out of place. Total newbie. Afraid of putting any words together, much less sharing them. Yet, somehow, very slowly and ever so gently, the Lord has used this group, the many lovely voices here I follow and learn from, to help me."
"Before hope*writers, I thought making money with my writing or blog was self-promotion. I never saw the value of the words I wrote until hope*writers. I always wanted to write a book. It was a dream I put on hold. I would have never called myself a writer when introducing myself to a new group of people. Now I do, and I picture the faces here in this group. It's no longer just a dream."