What Do You Need to Write?
The hard work of writing is you showing up to the blank page consistently.
The hard work of writing is to write what your heart wants to write — even if you don’t know it will pay off.
The hard work of writing is having as much compassion for yourself, as a pet or child.
Are you a writer or creative seeker in another walk of life who feels stuck.
You say you want to write your first (or next) memoir, novel, blog post, essay, poetry, or magazine article.
You hope your writing will inspire, entertain or persuade others.
For gosh sakes, you want to ditch the feeling of dread, and have some fun with writing (again, or for the first time.)
But that’s not happening yet.
If you’re a wannabe or beginning writer, you need a safe place to learn how to write and tell stories. Increase your confidence and learn to fall in love with your creative process in the Introduction to Improvisation for Writers Workshop. You’ll come to understand how to impact audiences, make others laugh or cry and oh how you’d like to make them feel what you feel!
If you’re an experienced or professional writer, you know how to spin a good yarn but you want to test your work out on others, work with an editor or get the support you need to publish. You’re tired of working in a vacuum, would like encouragement and developmental story feedback, write every week in one of the Improvisational Writing Circles.
The thing is, no matter who you are, sometimes you feel stuck, uninspired or bored. You’re on the road to expressing y and our authentic voice, weaving a compelling story, or sharing your work with a bigger audience and want to write more,, get group and private coaching, editing, beta readers, whatever you need to reach your potential in the world.
Let’s face it, writing and sharing what you write isn’t always easy. It’s vulnerable, but if you don’t have the right kind of support, you’ll grow as a writer. You’ll also experience personal growth in the rest of your life.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with thousands of beginning and experienced writers over the years and withou guidance or creative community, many stop writing. Confidence, productivity and creativity lags. Put yourself in an environment that helps you grow.
I give people the impetus they need to get outside of our comfort zone and tap into the creative well of what’s hidden deep inside. For over 20 years, I’ve created a safe place where we can safely birth new ideas, bring up your babies, get the first drafts of your stories down on the blank page.
With my guidance and creative community, it’s possible to discover who you are and become what you want to be — honest, skillful storytellers and artists who are sharing our work with others.
Deep Dive Writing Mentor, Kelly Morgan inspires and guides writers, artists, and seekers from all walks of life to fearlessly express their creativity and share their stories.
A poet, artist, dancer, teacher and business owner, for over 20 years Kelly helped thousands in Hollywood use the proven creative tools of her Improvisational Writing Method and Julia Cameron’s best-selling book, The Artist’s Way to stop struggling with perfectionism, criticism, doubts and step outside the safety of their comfort zone.
Ahhhh, the power of the creative pen unleashed!