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3 Days Left in the Holiday Sale!!

Did Not Yet Get to the Pop-Up Curriculum…

But I hope to tomorrow. I really want to get those 54 different topics in order here at the end of the year. So using this sale as an excuse to remember to do it. (grin)

Remember, the code is HolidaySale to get 50% off any workshop or challenge or lecture or Pop-Up.

We are calling it the HolidaySale (code is all one word) because it started on American Thanksgiving, went over Black Friday, then through Small Business Saturday, and yesterday went past Cyber Monday to end on Thursday, December 2nd. 3 days left.

This is all on Teachable.

And yes, you can give workshops as gifts. Just write me directly and I will make sure it happens.

And you can get credit for future workshops as well in the buy-three program.

All of the December and January regular workshops are up and available, and we have up at least 54 Pop-Up classes.

The challenges of doing a short story per week, a novel every two months, or publishing a major project every month are available in this as well.

Also the best deals are the lifetime workshops. Six new Study Along workshops coming this next year on that lifetime, plus the absolute best deal is the workshop lifetime subscription.

So just find whatever class you would like, hit purchase, and then put in the code HolidaySale on the top of the next page to get 50% off the price.

Again, This is on Teachable.

Any problems or questions, feel free to write me directly.


  • Mihnea+Manduteanu

    Dean, quick craft question. In a series, if the first two novels are written in 1st person and the third one feels like it should be written in 3rd so I could add more viewpoints, because the story needs it, can I do it? Or it would confuse readers?
    Or is this simply a case of “do what the story asks, there no rules?” 🙂

    • dwsmith

      No rules, but why not just add the viewpoints in third person and keep your main character in third? Grab my book Dead Money. Main character in first person, all the other viewpoints are in third. Standard (but advanced) technique. Patterson does this in all his main Alex Cross novels. Lots do.