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Workshop Sale… Again…

We Are Still Mostly At Home… (Or We Should Be)…

Back when WMG Publishing did what we all thought here would be the last workshop sale two months ago, we had an expectation that as things opened up, we would all be able to slowly go back to a changed, but new normal life. And that sort of happened for some.

Sort of. But now everything is headed in the other direction fast, and to be safe, we all need to stay home as much as possible to not only keep the hospitals from being overrun, but to save lives. Maybe our own.

But to stay sane through this next part of this crazy pandemic, we need to keep focused as much as we can on things we can control. We can control our learning and our writing.

Back in March (a very, very long four months ago), Allyson and Kris both suggested we give writers some real deals on workshops to help out through the coming weeks. And we did with what we called the March Sadness Special.

Then in April we gave writers deals again on workshops to help out. We called that one the Spring Training Sale. Then two months ago, before things started to open, we gave writers what we thought would be the third and final sale called Summer Learning Sale.

Now, two months have passed and once again we want to encourage you to stay in, stay safe.

And a great way to do that again is to focus on learning publishing and how to be a better storyteller. Indie writers are actually making more money in this time of crisis because we can write and put out books and people want to read.

So we are going to do one more sale of everything on WMG Publishing’s Teachable.

And we really, really hope never again. We want us all to get through this virus and go to at least a new normal as soon as possible.

But, sadly, we are not there yet.

And WMG Publishing wants to help you all get through this, so for the next seven days, until 5 pm on Tuesday, July 7…

Every WMG Publishing Workshop, Lecture, Pop-Up, Class, or Subscription on Teachable will be HALF PRICE!

That’s right, on anything available on Teachable right now, (hit all courses to see everything) just use the code below and get it half price.

Yes, that includes the new workshops PUBLISHING 101 and KILLING CRITICAL VOICE. Plus the new Pop-Ups and and any of the challenges.

So, stock up on workshops and lectures to get you through the rest of the summer. We have even added in a way you can buy three of anything at a time and keep them for the future choice.

Or even grab one of the Lifetime Workshop Subscriptions for half price.

The coupon code to get anything on WMG’s Teachable at half price for the next 7 days is:


And feel free to pass this code around to any writer. We are all still stuck with this virus, so we might as well all keep learning.

But remember, this offer ends sharply at 5 pm West Coast Time on Tuesday, July 7th


Yes, you can buy more than one, but you just have to do it one at a time because Teachable has no shopping cart. And you can use Paypal or any credit card.

Give yourself or a friend the gift of learning and stay sane as we keep slogging through these tough times.

So, in summary, just go to WMG Workshops on Teachable, find a workshop or Pop-Up, or Lecture, or subscription you are interested in, hit purchase, put in the coupon code SummerSchoolSale and you will get it for half price.

And please stay home as much as possible, stay safe, and keep learning and writing.





  • Philip

    Wow! I’m 100% in for this. Not sure exactly what I’ll register for yet (sent you an email about it) but I’m in!

    • Linda

      This is such a generous offer. I’ve benefitted from each of the sales. Thank you so much.

      • dwsmith

        We’re just trying to help where we can keep people focused on writing and publishing through all this craziness.

  • Philip

    Just registered for BOTH the Short Stories workshop and the Killing Critical Voice workshop. Two perfect courses for me. Already took Depth and loved it–helped me a lot. I was going to do the Great Challenge (Short Stories) but realized (A) I’d love to have more foundation in short stories first and (B) I’m the poster child for Critical Voice Victimhood. Need to address those 2 first. Looking forward to it, Dean!