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September Regular Workshops Now Available!!

There Are Now 9 Regular Workshops…

Last month we brought back THE MAGIC BAKERY six week workshop. Critical to understanding how this new world and copyright is working for indie writers. And we brought back to regular status PLOTTING WITH DEPTH. It will also might have new videos as we think they are needed.

And last month we started a brand new workshop in the depth series called DEPTH IN ACTION. Basically how do you use depth when writing action scenes, how much, how little, and when, to make sure readers know what is happening and stay with your story.

Everything is on WMG Teachable.

WARNING: You must have taken both the DEPTH IN WRITING and the ADVANCED DEPTH workshops before you can take any of the other three Depth classes. Critical, otherwise they will make no sense.

Lifetime workshop subscribers, none of these are new this month, so if you would like to take them with me responding to assignments, just write me and I will send you a code to get into the one you want.

Here is the full list of September Regular Workshops:

Class #22… Sept 5th … Depth in Action
Class #23… Sept 5th … Magic Bakery
Class #24… Sept 5th … Writing into the Dark
Class #26… Sept 6th … Depth in Writing
Class #27… Sept 6th … Plotting with Depth
Class #28… Sept 6th… Killing Critical Voice
Class #29… Sept 6th … Teams in Fiction
Class #30… Sept 6th … Advanced Depth
Class #32… Sept 6th … Applied Depth

Note: The workshops are starting on September 5th and 6th.

Again, everything is on WMG Teachable

Also, the new collection classes are starting as well as the new Advanced Craft class and the second session of the Products class. I’ll have more on on those in a few days.

Any questions, feel free to write me.


  • Emilia

    I’m going to be busy since I signed up for Known and Strange Things Special Workshop, and also Floating Viewpoints and Advanced Conflict.

    I should be ok. At my busiest I had Villain Collection class, Advanced Character and Tags resurrected workshop. I was also writing my own stories. It was tough, but also exhilarating, learning and writing so much.

  • Philip

    I strongly recommend people take Depth In Writing. Even though my writing style is minimalist (think Hemingway), I found the practical tips and concepts to be 100% applicable to my work. Dean even gives an example of how a writer known for stripped down prose still can create depth to pull the reader down into the story. In short, whatever your individual writing style, you’ll become better from this workshop and have plenty of new areas to practice and have fun with.