Over forty-two online workshops on the craft of writing and publishing with thousands of teaching videos by Dean Wesley Smith, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and Allyson Longueira.
This includes all weekend workshops as they come on board, all classic workshops,all six strength workshops, and all regular workshops. (Does not include lectures or the Pop-Up singles. They have their own subscription packages.)
This is a total, at the moment, of over $14,000 in value in workshops. So if you are serious about learning and getting all the new workshops as they come up, jump into this lifetime subscription now.
On the regular, strengths, and weekend workshops, if you would like to turn in the assignments, you can do so at your own pace. Just turn in the first assignment to Dean. He will give your personal feedback. (Classic workshops do not have assignments involved to be turned in.)
So instead of waiting six weeks, you can do any of the workshops at your own pace and still get the assignment responses.
ALL NEW WORKSHOPS ADDED IN THE FUTURE WILL BE INCLUDED. (This is a lifetime subscription.)
If you have taken ten or more of these workshops already, write dean at email@example.com and the cost will be $2,000 instead of $3,000.
We have expanded the offerings of this workshop program far beyond what we had imagined it would be, and now with teachable, we can offer a much better way to get all of them to take at your own pace.
Any questions, just write dean.
With over twenty-three million copies of his books in print, USA Today bestselling writer Dean Wesley Smith now brings you original fiction every month for the past three years in his own magazine, Smith’s Monthly.
Dean wrote over twenty-five original Star Trek novels, the only two original Men in Black novels, plus Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man novels, and others. He wrote many gaming novels including Final Fantasy.
He wrote novels and stories under almost fifty pen names and did scripts for Hollywood as well as being an editor for various magazines. He lives on the Oregon Coast with his wife, writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch. You can follow his writing life at www.deanwesleysmith.com