Would Anyone Be Interested In a Pulp Speed Workshop?
No requirement to take it, I’m just trying to find out if there is interest.
In the Making a Living with Novels workshop, I talked about Pulp Speed, described it in one video. And I have described it here on this blog a bunch of times over the years.
But not once have I explained to anyone how to reach pulp speed. I do it so naturally over decades, I guess I just sort of thought that if a person wanted to do it, they could just do it. I sort of forgot what it took for me to build up to that production level.
And I am discovering that on some of the questions in the novel workshop, that is not the case. People honestly don’t know the tons of tricks of writing at production speed regularly. And some people honestly wouldn’t know what to do if they did reach that speed with all the IP they produced. (Numbers said that and I understand completely.)
A few actually talk about how for one week or one story, they hit pulp speed, but could not imagine maintaining it for an entire year. But Pulp Speed is not a single sprint, but has to be maintained over one year. 1 million consumable words per year is Pulp 1.
So it dawned on me that maybe I should ask here… Is anyone interested in a full, regular, six-week class on how to build up production to Pulp 1? And what to do with the IP once you hit that level.
And I am not talking about that production speed for a month or one project, but learning how to hit that production level over not only a year but many years in a row.
It would take all six weeks and would be very, very different than the speed workshop. That workshop is focused on how to increase your productive speed in writing and getting out of your own way while writing. Pulp 1 would be focused on all the tricks and techniques it takes to hit that Pulp 1 yearly amount of production no matter how fast or slowly you type.
So write me or leave a comment here if interested. Again, I will not hold you to taking the class if you say you want it, and this is not signing up. Just feedback for me and Kris to move forward or not move forward on this.