Sign Up For My LitReactor Class!

Hey, writers and writers-in-training! My LitReactor class on how to write fast-paced novels your readers won’t be able to put down is happening again on March 6th! Sign up today, learn valuable lessons, and most importantly, leave class with the opening pages of your novel written and critiqued!

Here’s the link: Writing Fast-Paced Novels with Nicholas Kaufmann

Get 10% Off at LitReactor

Get 10% off my LitReactor online writing class on how to write fast-paced novels, Runaway Prose, or any other LitReactor class, if you register by Sunday and use the discount code NEWYEAR2019!

And remember, online writing classes make perfect belated Christmas gifts for those budding writers in your life who swore they would start their novels in the New Year!

New Class in January

My LitReactor class on writing fast-paced novels, Runaway Prose, is starting up again on January 24th! Enrollment tops out at 16 students, so be sure to sign up today! Click below for more info:

Want to keep readers speeding through your novel? It’s all about pace. In this four-week workshop, multiple award-nominated author Nicholas Kaufmann will show you how to keep readers engaged.

 

 

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